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Tim L. Gardner compiles a lifetime of research and experience into a comprehensive program designed for parents striving to deeply connect with their children to groom them to become future respectful, responsible teenagers and adults. Tim L. Gardner breaks down these complex issues of parenting into three categories of improving respect, responsibility, and resilience.

You'll find examples and tools to use in virtually every situation, and Tim L. Gardner breaks down his 21 tips in a way that can be incorporated in any parenting style immediately. If you want to improve your child's discipline, respect, and/or resiliency, this book is a must listen.

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Excellent guide on how to discipline our kids!

Would you consider the audio edition of The Disciplined, Resilient Child to be better than the print version?

Both were okay. But for me i love it in audio i can always here it whenever i want to.

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Disciplined, Resilient Child?

I like how the author explained the topic with practical examples on how you'll apply to your child.

What about Ryan Sitzberger’s performance did you like?

Yes, well narrated!

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

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Any additional comments?

This is a good compilation on how we teach our kids to be respectful to others and disciplined our kids in a good way. With practical examples and tools to use in every situation and also includes 21 tips that can helps us and we can incorporate in any parenting situations. Great book!

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A book that has great concepts...

Would you consider the audio edition of The Disciplined, Resilient Child to be better than the print version?

The book was really good i have only listened audio edition so i liked audio edition and don't know about print version but i think that will also be good.

What did you like best about this story?

Gardner breaks down these complex issues of parenting into three categories of improving respect, responsibility, and resilience.

What about Ryan Sitzberger’s performance did you like?

It was really good..
became my favorite.

Any additional comments?

Ryan Sitzberger,Ryan Sitzberger they both have done there job very well..

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This book is a great useful book

This book is a great useful book.

Tim L. Gardner has shared very useful information with us. as a father of 2 years old son, information in this book, is very interesting to hear.

Great book with 21 helpful Tips.

i highly recommend for all the parents.

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Fantastic to listen!!!love it.

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Definitely i will recommend it to my friend...
If you can learn one important thing it is to strive for empathy, as understanding your child's position, through placing yourself in that position, opens a whole new perspective on solutions available for improvement of your parenting skills.

What about Ryan Sitzberger’s performance did you like?

Very very excellent performance...

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I heard it by 2 sitting

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Worth it....
1hr and 25mins didn't bored me makes to hear again and again only...Wow how awesome this book is....

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"extremely helpful"

Good counsel and tips on the best way to manage discipline issues. This features information which I can use to train them to become respectful and disciplined human beings to all their fellow brothers and sisters in this world. I highly recommended this book to everyone. I learned lots of useful information are available in this audio book. I am happy that I bought this book...

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Parenting 101

If you could sum up The Disciplined, Resilient Child in three words, what would they be?

Children learns disciplines

Any additional comments?

Fantastic guide if you have children. I just began listening to this and there are some proven tips and guides about parenting and how you can develop a better parent-child relationship with your children. I advise all parents to pick this up and focuses more when children are about 5 years old or older. Fantastic read and parenting does really come down to 3 essential topics covered in this book. They are respect, responsibility, and resiliency.

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Lovely book to listen.

I nearly felt like I was perusing a manual on the most proficient method to be a family specialist, not really a superior parent. The structure of the contextual analyses were dependably the same: approve the guardians, ask "How might you kids portray you? How would you need them to consider you? What are you objectives in restraining your kids?", promise them that they need the procedure to satisfy the guardians' objectives, educate the critical thinking strategy, a few cases on how they rehearsed/reckoning answers, guardians report amaze that the children were more agreeable, and so forth.

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Five Stars!!!

Would you listen to The Disciplined, Resilient Child again? Why?

This book is intended to equip you with some expert advice and wisdom nuggets you need for helping your child build successful future for him/her

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Disciplined, Resilient Child?

I hope this book is able to offer you several parenting gold tips for raising respectful,responsible and resilient children.

Any additional comments?

This is an informative book.
This book contain a lot of tips to get you child to be respectful,responsible and resilient for a successful future.

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  • 04-01-17

Good Guide!

Interesting listen. Really took away a lot from this one on how to better raise a child and make sure they become a good responsible person. Happy I found this one and gave it a try, Worth checking out.

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The ultimate parenting book

"Self discipline may be more responsible for differences in achievement than any other factor." The Disciplined, Resilient Child" Tim L. Gardner. The book was to "help your child (grandchild, student) become more responsible, confident and resilient."
As the mother of four children in four years, I needed help. I read every parenting book I could find. Each one had some useful ideas. "The Disciplined, Resilient Child" brings together all the best and most important principles. The format is user-friendly.Yes, it's a book that addresses children with problems. More important, it's a book that provides a blueprint that will guide parents to prevent problems.Its worthy.......