9 Myths That Damage a Child's Confidence: What Parents Think, What Children Say, What Professionals Observe
Harold Shaw Publishers, 1999 - Religion - 109 pages
Although all parents want their kids to be confident, many times the well-meaning things we do to help them can destroy their sense of self-assurance. With quotes from children and parents, this well-researched book discusses nine myths about our relationships with our children that prevent them from fulfilling their potential. Myths include I should be my child's best friend and I must be fair.
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