By My Side: Parenting from a Higher Consciousness
As parents we often wonder if we are doing the right things when it comes to raising our children. Are we instilling in them a strong moral compass from which they will ultimately direct their lives? Are we helping them to be independent people and at the same time teaching them the importance of an interdependent society. How can we be assured of doing what s best for our children? In By My Side, Melody White eloquently lays out 10 simple and effective principles to help strengthen our role as parents. Discovering these principles as she made her own journey through parenthood, White reflects on the learning experiences and challenges she faced as she found the right path. White guides you to a better understanding of your purpose and role as parent as you come to understand the great power and responsibility you hold. She willingly exposes her own soul as she lovingly walks you through the maze of parenting. You re left with greater strength and confidence in performing your role not only as a parent, but also as a much stronger and more balanced human being."
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