Chores Without Wars: Turning Dad and Kids from Reluctant Stick-in-the Muds to Enthusiastic Team Players

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Prima Pub., 1997 - Family & Relationships - 196 pages
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Valuable information in a fun, illustrated and "do-able" format, this book teaches how to enlist the whole family in getting chores done, through teamwork. Through a 10-step process of changing the way a family operates, the book explains how to create opportunities for closeness, shared decision-making, and skill development.

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Getting
11
Developing an Encouraging
37
Creating Security with Routines
53
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About the author (1997)

Riki Intner, M.F.C.C., is a sought-after therapist in private practice in Santa Rosa, California, working with families, couples, and individuals in treatment and recovery. Her husband and three children helped perfect the principles of family teamwork found here.

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