Rearing Your Kids in a Harmonious Way by Avoiding Devastating Phrases

Rearing Your Kids in a Harmonious Way by Avoiding Devastating Phrases

Rearing Your Kids in a Harmonious Way by Avoiding Devastating Phrases

All parents and children have a loving bond, but sometimes every parent has a dream to make their children perfect, and sometimes parents become so aggressive in making the children thrive much better that they forget the impact of the words on their children's minds. So this book is to remind each parent what words to use and not to develop their children to get much better.

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Rearing Your Kids in a Harmonious Way by Avoiding Devastating Phrase

Did you know that the way your life goes depends on your approach to it? Psychologists believe that the power of conviction comes from the words you use and that they are not wrong. As you go through the chapters, you will find that I have covered many situations that parents face and how they can create a situation for the benefit of the child, through learning, rather than parents making all decisions. As your children grow older and have to lead their own adult lives, your input into this crucial phase of their lives can make or break their chances of success. Therefore, parents should see both sides of the coin.

What is said to a child affects how the child responds. In this book, I’ve taken you through different situations to show you how the phraseology you use as a parent makes a difference in the way your child responds ”and grows as a result.

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Genre: parenting
ASIN: B085TRDFBW
eBook Price: 0.99
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