Raising children is not easy. In fact, it is not a stretch to say that children is by far the most arduous task parents face in their entire lives. Before I discovered this marvelous book by Roger K. Allen, my life was a living nightmare, with the never-ending headaches and pains my children put me through. I must admit, it was really tough.
But upon reading this parental guide book, I started to understand the best tactics with which to handle incidents and how to make sure that there are certain structures in place to prevent a lot of unpleasant situations. This parenting guide was really a lifesaver. Roger K. Allen has studied and understands children and has been able to devise methods and patterns to encourage and instill the best behavior and maturity in our children which is truly amazing. The book is a must-read for parents and prospective parents alike. It will help you know what to expect from your children and which methods you can employ to deal with any situation that comes up. Roger K. Allen, you have done it again.
The book titled ”Raising Responsible, Emotionally Mature Children” encompasses a broad scope of parenting and teaches you how to raise the next generation of adults. It will teach you to instill positive behaviors and eliminate negative behaviors so your children can leave a positive impact on society.
As earlier mentioned, raising children can be hard, particularly in the current era in which lots of social factors–the economy, technology, social media, instant gratification, etc. have all colluded in making it even harder. This book, good for toddlers through teens will provide parents great options to know how to handle most any situation that comes up in family life.
In physics, there is a law that states that “for every action there is an opposite and equal reaction.” This certainly applies to the world of parenting. Certain actions by our children trigger certain responses in us. Some of these responses might be detrimental to the development of our children. Thus, this parenting guide book has broached on the subject of parents emotional maturity as well, and how to better improve it so as to improve the relationship between parents and children. I must really commend Roger K. Allen for this.
I’ve read a couple of parenting guides such as Your Two-Year-Old by Louise Bates Ames & Frances L. Ilg, Becoming Attached by Robert Karen, All Joy and No Fun by Jennifer Senior and When Partners Become Parents by Carolyn Pape Cowan & Philip A. Cowan, but I must say that Raising Responsible, Emotionally Mature Children by Roger K. Allen is by far the best and most helpful I’ve come across.
This is a really great parenting guide. So waste not a second in getting yours now.