Taming the Family Zoo: Maximizing Harmony and Minimizing Family Stress

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NavPress, 1998 - Family & Relationships - 189 pages
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Does dinner time at your house sometimes look more like feeding time at the zoo than a family meal? Do your kids sometimes act more like animals than like children?

If you answered yes to more than one of these questions, don't despair -- your family is more normal than you might think. The truth is every member of your family (including you!) is really a lion, otter, golden retriever, or beaver. No wonder chaos often results when you're all together!

"Taming The Family Zoo" examines these four different personality types with depth and humor, giving you insight into why your kids act the way they do. Filled with stories and practical help for adjusting your parenting style to fit each of your children's unique personalities, this book will give you the skills you need to value and encourage each member of your family zoo.

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Contents

Foreword by Gary Smalley
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Identifying the Uniqueness of Your Own Critters
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UNDERSTANDING YOUR ANIMALS
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