The 7 Worst Things Good Parents Do

The Worst Things Good Parents Do Psychologists John and Linda Friel have written an enormously readable and infinitely practical book that explores some of the worst mistakes we can make as parents and guides us through examples and

  • Title: The 7 Worst Things Good Parents Do
  • Author: John C. Friel Linda D. Friel
  • ISBN: 9781558746688
  • Page: 136
  • Format: Paperback
  • Psychologists John and Linda Friel have written an enormously readable and infinitely practical book that explores some of the worst mistakes we can make as parents, and guides us through examples and ideas on how change can be effected immediately The Friels examine the seven most ineffective and self defeating behaviors that parents display again and again Working fromPsychologists John and Linda Friel have written an enormously readable and infinitely practical book that explores some of the worst mistakes we can make as parents, and guides us through examples and ideas on how change can be effected immediately The Friels examine the seven most ineffective and self defeating behaviors that parents display again and again Working from the ideas that even small changes can have big results, the authors give parents concrete steps they can take to end these behaviors and improve the quality of their parenting Whether you re contemplating starting a family, have children who haven t entered school yet, are struggling with rebellious teenagers, or are empty nesters wondering how to be better parents to your grown children, you can t afford not to read this book With the same clarity and concrete examples that have sold over 350,000 copies of their books, the Friels offer readers forty years of combined experience as practicing psychologists, and fifty years of combined experience as blended family parents The material in The 7 Worst Things Parents Can Do has been field tested in the authors own household, with hundreds of their clients, and with thousands of their workshop and Clearlife Clinic participants It will cause immediate changes in your behavior, in your child s behavior and will improve the lives you share together.

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    1. The 7 Worst Things Good Parents Do is one of the best, thorough, concise, and inspirational books on the subject of parenting I've ever read, hands down! Since it is an easy read, with specific points, and examples of clients, the knowledge that it imparts makes it a MUST read for everyone. Even if you think that your childhood was perfect or if you think that you have a handle on your own parenting skills, this book will give you insight that is helpful. I've read the textbook-type book called [...]

    2. The 7 Worst Things Parents Do was a great read! Many parents whose children are out-of-control will recognize themselves in the following. 1) Baby your child2) Put your marriage last3) Push your child into too many activities4) Ignore your emotional or spiritual life5) Be your child’s best friend6) Fail to give your child structure7) Expect your child to fulfill your dreams.The 7 Worst Things Parents Do is the best parenting book I’ve read to date! In a no-nonsense manner, authors John Frie [...]

    3. There are some helpful tidbits and advice in this book. Some topics covered were more "common sense" for me, but overall I found it to be a helpful guide to ensure I was "on the right track." Here's the table of contents:Part 1: Get Ready1. The Seven Worst Thing Parents Do2. The Rules of the GamePart 2: The Seven3. Baby Your Child4. Put Your Marriage Last5. Push Your Child into Too Many Activities6. Ignore Your Emotionally or Spiritual Life7. Be Your Child's Best Friend8. Fail to Give Your Child [...]

    4. I thought the 7 things listed in the book were correct and good principles to go by. Two ideas I did take from the book were to (1) never deviate once you set a rule (BF Skinner study) and (2) to only work on modifying one behavior at a time.But the book was written to encompass parents of children from infant-aged to adult-child-living-at-home, and so a lot of the examples were so generalized that it was hard to get any specific advice out of it that was relevant to me, or any one else for that [...]

    5. I was reading this book because I practically live with my older sister and her two kids. I have been with my nephews for so long I became like a second mother to them. I wanted to know how I can understand a child's rebellious behavior and see what I can do to improve my nephews' out of control behavior. I recommend this book to those who want to find answers in solving problems with younger siblings, etc.

    6. This is a good read! I know I am guilty of some of the worst things while raising my children. Working on not doing those things with my grand children! It is am eye opener for those actively raising children!

    7. Key points:1. Baby your child2. Put your marriage last3. Push your child into too many activities4. Ignore your emotional or spiritual side5. Be your child's best friend6. Fail to give your child structure7. Expect your child to fulfill your dreams

    8. I found this book at my mom's house.Safe to say she probably never read itahhaaor maybe she did, cuz it really wasnt that great. I cant even remember what the 7 worst things were.

    9. Have kids and want to be the best parent you can? An easy read that may be either reassuring or enlightening.

    10. My all time favorite, easy to read, parent book. I would love to give every parent I know this book b/c it is so true.

    11. I got the sense that it is aimed primarily towards American readers.Personally, I found it a complete waste of time.

    12. It's a very GOOD book. And quite applicative. I'm not a parent, but I find their theories can be applied in the classrooms and to deal with kids in general. A must read EDUCATION book.

    13. Was looking for ways to improve on parenting but this book is geared for children who are highly challenging so not really a fit but still was an interesting read.

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