Parenting for Everyone: Where Do Good Children Come From?

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Aigul Aubanova, Mar 19, 2010 - 288 pages
On New Year's Eve 1985 a 17 year old girl killed her classmate. Her motive was simple: she needed money to buy a dress. The gilrl was adjudicated. But there was one simple human question left: How could she? You can follow along as the author of Parenting For Everyone makes his own investigation into the murder. He finds unique moral answers on why someone can kill another person. His approach is focused on understanding of the nature of healthy human development. He discovers secrets of raising good and morally intelligent children for which parents can feel confident that everything will be alright with their children. Parenting For Everyone is three comprehensive books in one. You will find 17 open chapters out of 245 at "In a world such as ours, where so many of our freedoms are quietly pulled out from under us, and where we have certainly long lost our inner freedom of thought, along comes a very encouraging book: Parenting for Everyone. The effort Aigul Aubanova and Victor Dull have put forth in translating the work of legendary Russian educator Simon Soloveychik feels like a breath of fresh air ready to invigorate every serious teacher and parent." Regina B. Jensen, Ph.D., Editor: Space of Love Magazine

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"Parenting For Everyone" should be a reference book for all parents, and in fact, for all individuals. I read it once, and since then I been reading over and over. The language is simple, but the meaning is so deep. The most important thing that the author, Soloveichik, taught me is what it is to love your children - it is BELIEVING IN THEM! 

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“For many years of my life I have been strangled to find the answers to my questions about why people control others, why people used to abuse others and allowed to be abuse themselves. Parenting For Everyone has gave me the knowledge to understand why people behaves like that. Thanks to Soloveychik’s ideas my relationship with my wife, children and people has been changed for the good. I can enjoy with them every moment of our lifes” – Martin, parent North Vancouver, Canada. 

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Goals of Upbringing
Conditions of Upbringing
Means of Upbringing
Man in Man
Upbringing of Heart
Upbringing of Spirit
Upbringing of Intelligence
Man and Man
Upbringing by communication
Upbringing by Cooperation
Upbringing by Mutual Creativity
Names Index
General Index

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