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August 2, 1985
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When their heart is set on something, their brains seem to have a hard time switching gears. Strong-willed kids have big, passionate feelings and live at full throttle. Often, strong-willed kids are prone to power-struggles with their parents. However, it takes two to have a power struggle. The journey we took was a difficult one. There was no map to guide us and at times we almost lost out way. We offer this book so that as you work through the “growing years” you will benefit from the information it contains. Peter Powell and Brenda Inglis-Powell Authors of Raising Difficult Children.
Raising Children in a Difficult Time: A Philosophy of Parental Leadership and High Ideals by Benjamin Spock. Norton & Company Limited, W. W., Hardcover. Very Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. Sold by discover-books % Positive feedback Contact seller Raising Children in a Difficult Time (, Paperback) Be the first to write a review About this product.
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Raising Children in a Difficult Time Paperback – July 1, by Dr. benjamin spock (Author)Cited by: “Raising Children in a Difficult Time” is homiletic and tedious. The author strains for relevance, and tries to write all things for all readers, but achieves only avuncular predictability.
Spock, whose Baby and Child Care raised a good portion of the American young, is an honest, and, while flexible in such matters as changing sex roles, an ornery man. Those who appreciate his disciplinary tenets (good manners, parental firmness, beliefs and ideals, the importance of marriage) are often those who have incorrectly blamed the commonsensical Spock for ""permissiveness,"" and.
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