Parenting for Tomorrow

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Vantage Press, Inc, May 30, 2008 - Family & Relationships - 123 pages
As John Samuel writes, Parenting for Tomorrow attempts to inform parents of practical ways to raise their children to be disciplined, respectful, and intelligent individuals. Stemming from Samuels extensive knowledge and experience, Parenting for Tomorrow emphasizes the importance of a strong parent/child relationship while also examining the unique and important roles played by fathers and grandparents in the upbringing of children and pinpointing many helpful achievement goals in the areas of education and tackling peer pressure. An informative and insightful guidebook, Parenting for Tomorrow will be an invaluable tool for all parents who strive to be part of their childrens world, to provide for their well-being, and respond positively to their many needs.
 

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Contents

One Successful Parenting in a World of Change
3
Three Example of Good Moral Values
9
Fundamentals of Positive Behavior
15
Six Social SkillsA Prerequisite for Upward Mobility
23
Eight How Positive Selftalk Can Impact Your Childs
32
Nine Defining and Setting Achievable Goals
39
Eleven EducationThe Key to a Really Great Future
45
Twelve The Effects of Peer Pressure and How You
55
When the Going Gets Tough
61
Fifteen How Well Do You Know Your Child?
75
Eighteen Fathers Have a Critical Role to Play Too
91
Miscellaneous
105
Resources
119
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About the author (2008)

John Samuel, LCSW, is a Clinical Social Worker who was born in Grenada, West Indies. He is the founder and president of Family and Consulting Services, Inc.

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