Whole Child, Whole Parent, 4/e

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HarperCollins, Jun 19, 1997 - Family & Relationships - 400 pages
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For more than two decades, Whole Child/Whole Parent, the first spiritually oriented book on parenthood and the first to address the value of parenthood for the parent as well as for the child, has provided a sound, practical, psychological and spiritual footing for parenthood and family life. This fourth edition includes new material for contemporary parents on anger, children's dreams, maintaining individual and family life, marital as well as parental life, and many new personal anecdotes.

It is the perfect guide "not merely for parents who want to raise their children in the best manner possible, it is for all people, including adults who want to raise themselves." (M. Scott Peck, from the foreword).

Whether exploring love and discipline or bedtime and storybook reading, Berends shows the practical relevance of spiritual insights to the most ordinary parental tasks.

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User Review  - Patricia Davis - Goodreads

It has the words to Wynken, Blynken and Nod. Read it because my daughter-in-law read it before she made me a grandma. Read full review

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User Review  - Sarah - Goodreads

This book has great advice although I'm not a fan of all of the scripture quoted in the book. I do refer to it often though and plan on passing it on when I'm done with it :) Read full review

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