A Family of Value

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Oct 1, 1995 - Family & Relationships - 320 pages
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John Rosemond's A Family of Value presents a critical view of the child care literature of the past quarter century and argues for an end to overindulgent parenting and a return to the goal of instilling moral values, such as responsibility, respectfulness, and resourcefulness.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER
17
CHAPTER
37
CHAPTER THREE
79
CHAPTER FOUR
101
CHAPTER FIVE
121
CHAPTER
169
CHAPTER SEVEN
213
General Questions
237
Bibliography and Recommended Reading
301
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About the author (1995)

John Rosemond is a family psychologist who has directed mental-health programs and been in full-time private practice working with families and children. Since 1990, he has devoted his time to speaking and writing. Rosemond's weekly syndicated parenting column now appears in some 250 newspapers, and he has written 15 best-selling books on parenting and the family. He is one of the busiest and most popular speakers in the field, giving more than 200 talks a year to parent and professional groups nationwide. He and his wife of 39 years, Willie, have two grown children and six well-behaved grandchildren.