How to Unspoil Your Child Fast: A Speedy, Complete Guide to Contented Children and Happy Parents
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"Describes helpful, pertinent, and loving ways to correct spoiled behavior before it becomes a serious problem."
Nearly 95% of parents feel like they are overindulging their children, but feel powerless to stopping themselves.
How to Unspoil Your Child Fast offers a straightforward and practical solution to fixing and preventing the problems of spoiling your children and offers concrete tips, simple strategies, and easy action steps for reversing the effects almost immediately. Feel more confident, competent, and parent more consistently while instilling character and self-reliance in your children today.
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"Although my daughters like being doted on, they think I parent better...when I utilize many of Dr. Bromfield's suggestions. I highly recommend this book."
"A snappy read, so you can't claim you don't have time. And the method's simple, so you can't pretend you aren't qualified to use it."
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Review: How to Unspoil Your Child Fast: A Speedy, Complete Guide to Contented Children and Happy ParentsUser Review - Leonard - Goodreads
Very compact, common sense advice and easy and fast to read, if it's an emergency! Hope it works! Read full review
Review: How to Unspoil Your Child Fast: A Speedy, Complete Guide to Contented Children and Happy ParentsUser Review - Catherine Gillespie - Goodreads
Oh, well, you say, my child is not spoiled. I don't buy a lot of toys or let him eat too much candy or watch too much TV. If you're like me, you don't want to think of your child as spoiled. It's a ... Read full review
1 Admit It
3 Level the Playing Field
4 Stop the Nonsense
5 Grab Their Attention
6 Shock and Awe Them
7 Keep Shocking
8 Parent Em Where It Hurts
17 Buy Less
18 Develop Real Winners
19 Work Them
20 Unspoil in Public
21 Unspoil Yourself
22 Promote SelfSufficiency
23 Make Room for Amends
9 Establish End Stops
10 Exercise Discipline
11 Stop Explaining Yourself
12 Take Back the Power
13 Overcome Blind Spots
14 Hold Your Ground
15 Allow for Natural Consequences
16 Refuse to Deal
25 Give and Take Thanks
26 Claim Your Rights
27 Take a Bow
An Afterword of Caution
Also by Richard Bromfield
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