The Child is Father of the Man
Did the world suddenly change the day you became a parent? Since then have you wondered how best you will care for your baby who grows into your toddler and then into a young child? Is the prospect of raising a stable, happy and responsible child merely wishful thinking?
You are not alone in this quandary. Welcome to the club of puzzled parents – with the largest membership in the world! To most parents raising children as best they can, falls far short of unspoken expectations.
This book, which is a storehouse of practical ideas, can help bridge the gap. LEAD PARENTING is the prescription.
Using the collective insight that he and his wife gained over decades of raising four children, the author offers a thought-provoking, relevant and actionable guide to parenting. His suggestions to change and grow as a parent are practical and specific. Examples and scenarios he presents are from real-life situations that parents encounter regularly and connect with readily. Going beyond immediate issues and challenges, he also looks at what is round the bend.
The Child is Father of the Man – Tips and Techniques for Wise Parenting, is written with the conviction that parenting is the most important vocation in the world. Investing in this book could be the most significant decision you make towards managing your parenting role.
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Publisher: Wolf Creek Press, Oregon, USA.
Paperback $9.99; Ebook $2.99
What People Say
- Theresa Cheung
- Renowned Author of many books, including the series on ‘Angels’, published by Simon Schuster
“The Child is Father of the Man is a gold mine of tips, ideas and best practices on different aspects of parenting – guidelines, methods of disciplining, value education and traits to inculcate. The author answers many questions that parents today ask; how to lead by example, be caring parents, instruct children, and even how other considerations affect parenting, such as the relationship between spouses.”
- Kritika Srinivasan
- – Editor, ParentEdge, Singapore