Parenting Today: How to Raise Children in Today's Turbulent Times
As parents in today's world we are facing constant challenges in trying to raise our children. Children today are more educated and more perceptive. Every day our children are exposed to the tensions created by reports of terrorism, natural catastrophes, and economic downturns.With the advent of the Internet, 24-hour news channels, and mass media, children often are the first to know when a major event takes place.Even in times of relative calm, you need a strong set of skills to help your child grow into a healthy adult.Parenting Today is written by a leading authority on raising children. You will learn unique skills, ideas, and strategies geared towards helping children in today's difficult times.Individual chapters are devoted to toddlers, young children, pre teens, teenagers, stepchildren and college students.If you are a parent or grandparent who has taken on the responsibility of raising a child, or several children, you will find the concepts presented in Parenting Today to be invaluable.Among the important concepts you will learn are hot to
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