It Takes a Parent: How the Culture of Pushover Parenting is Hurting Our Kids--and what to Do about it

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Penguin, 2006 - 239 páginas
Syndicated columnist and mother of four Betsy Hart presents a passionate, provocative argument against today's "parenting culture"-parents who put their kids on a pedestal, shy away from discipline, and cede the power to take decisions, large and small, to their children. Covering hot topics, from spanking and discipline to giving kids way too many choices, this commonsense book shifts the focus back to the role and responsibilities of parents for guiding the character and hearts of their children, so they'll grow up to be responsible adults themselves.

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It takes a parent: how the culture of pushover parenting is hurting our kids--and what to do about it

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Have the parenting experts of the last decade gone too far in their empathetic philosophies? Are kids today being raised by wimpy parents and, as a result, growing into selfish, pampered ... Leer comentario completo

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Betsy Hart is a nationally syndicated newspaper columnist for the Scripps Howard News Service. Her weekly column on cultural, family, and political issues, "From the Hart," is distributed to 350 newspapers across the country. A frequent television news commentator, she lives in the Chicago area with her four young children.

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