• Summary: Parenting with Love and Logic

  • Teaching Children Responsibility
  • By: Howard Schwartz
  • Narrated by: Leigh Ann Haga
  • Length: 41 mins
  • 3.1 out of 5 stars (56 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Please note: This is a summary of Parenting with Love and Logic, not the original book.

If you want to learn how to raise self-confident, motivated children who are ready for the real world then keep reading....

Being a parent is an extraordinarily happy experience but also very tiring. Do you ever feel like you are frustrated with your children to the point where you cannot control it anymore? Do you find that you are angry at your kids nearly all of the time? 

Every parent gets frustrated from time to time - it’s a normal thing. In the book Parenting with Love and Logic, Foster Cline and Jim Fay teach you how to parent effectively while teaching your children responsibility and growing their character. 

In this summary book, you will quickly know: 

  • How to establish healthy control through easy-to-implement steps without anger, threats, nagging, or power struggles 
  • How to teach children about consequences and accountability 
  • How you can keep calm and reduce yelling 
  • How to help your kids can learn to think of themselves as capable of solving their own problems from the youngest age 
  • Why parent need understand the logic behind setting boundaries and sticking to their guns?

This is a book about tough love. “Tough love” is about helping your children be more conscious of their choices and how those choices will affect them. Nobody said parenting was going to be an easy job. It takes a lot of hard work and effort to raise a good child, but in the end, it’s all worth it. Keep with it, you will find rewards and joy when you least expect it! 

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©2019 Howard Schwartz (P)2019 Howard Schwartz
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not enough detail to be helpful

the full book isn't available on audible so I thought this would might be helpful. it wasn't. I feel like a lot of the key points were glossed over and implementation details were left out. this really could of benefited from a nother hour of content.

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Diluted Spark Notes

It’s a quick overview. 41 minutes of material - it’s really not worth spending a credit or $ on. You can Google more information and it’s free.

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Stop!

Really bad
Find something else
Hunt, gather, parent or positive parenting?
No idea who thought this was a good idea

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a summary wasn't enough

I feel like most of this was explaining why it worms without technique examples.

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Disappointed this was a summary not a real book. I wanted one of my credit on that.

I thought I was going to parenting program. He said I got a quick summary. There’s no way I can apply such a brief overview. Disappointing!

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Avoid the summary, but the book

The summary is okay but without real life examples it all just sounds like the author is trying to force their ideas onto you. The book actually shows the author has credibility and it shows real examples of how the techniques work. This summary would be great if you’ve already read the book I think.

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Avoid waste of a credit

I’m not sure what the point of this is.

It’s more like a sample than anything else. I did not notice that it was an outline when I purchased it. I will be buying the actual book. The narration was terrible to top it all off.

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headlines or outline

Moves along, good for a review after reading the love and logic books...not as helpful on its own.

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trash, mainstream first section I agreed

blah blah blah blah blah, outside of first 1/4, it wont work. blah blah blah blah

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decent summary of the principles

It seems like a good summary. I had to remind myself the speaker was not condescending. I wish it was a wee bit longer even for a summary.