Four approaches to parenting

cropped-bp133.jpgQ. What do you recall about the way your parents raised you?

A young man in his twenties asked me if I had anything in my book to help someone who had overly strict parents.

I asked if that was his story. “Yes,” he answered. “My mother was a very controlling person. My brother got out of the home as soon as he could because of mom’s need to know everything and control everyone.”

The way we approach parenting affects the lives and relationships of our children well into their adult lives.

And since parents tend to default the parenting style they were raised by, it’s needful to consider different approaches to parenting.

The four approaches outlined in chapter 10 of my book reveal four different kinds of parent-child relationships.

One reader said that this chapter is worth the price of the book.

Purchase your copy today on Amazon. Link here

Steve Cornell

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Just another worker in God's field.
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