Raising Unselfish Children in a Self-Absorbed World
Child expert Jill Rigby reveals the dangers of the self-esteem parenting philosophy and offers an alternative approach that teaches children to respect both themselves and others.
After decades of experimenting with child-focused parenting, parents are beginning to realize that the result is often self-centered children who tend toward narcissism, selfishness, mediocrity, and dysfunction. Rigby espouses a new goal of parenting: gently bumping children off self-center and teaching them to be unselfish givers instead. Raising Unselfish Children in a Self-Absorbed World dares to revisit the values of compassion, forgiveness, thanksgiving, and unselfishness and insists that we can instill these values in our children.
With her encouraging approach, Rigby helps parents realize it's never too late to change their children's point of view and equip them to interact with kindness and respect in a world outside themselves. Teaching concepts, such as developing a passion for compassion, learning to give by forgiving, and filling every day with thanksgiving, Raising Unselfish Children in a Self-Absorbed World offers a new paradigm for parenting—one that educates the heart and teaches moms and dads how to parent with a new end in mind.
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Review: Raising Unselfish Children in a Self-Absorbed WorldUser Review - Laura Ly - Christianbook.com
This was an awesome book that I highly recommend to parents. The author gives specific guidelines for different age levels and lots of hands-on ideas on how to implement those ideas. I finished reading the book quickly because it was well written and interesting, as well as informative. Read full review
Review: Raising Unselfish Children in a Self-Absorbed WorldUser Review - Patti - www.bookbargainsandpreviews.com - Christianbook.com
I just love the books by author Jill Rigby. I heard her once at a Hearts at Home Conference and have been a fan ever since. Her books hit on relevant topics and this one is no different. In this ... Read full review
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