A family power reversal has occurred in America - Children are now in charge! American parents have given up power, leadership and 8 basic rights of traditional child rearing...and we are all paying the price. This book is not a politically correct discussion of American parenting today. It boldly addresses why and how parents have failed to supervise, nurture and exert leadership with their child...
Paperback: 224 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (January 20, 2016)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 2859887
Format: PDF ePub fb2 djvu ebook
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Wonderfully written. Easy to read. Wish I'd had this book when my children were in High School. Now my grown children who are now parents themselves will each receive a copy as well as copies I have purchased for two of my nephews. This should be req...
not completely blame children for their defiance, aggressiveness, entitled and out-of-control behaviors and attitudes when it is their parents who have allowed it all to happen. Parents are ultimately accountable for what their children do, and it starts at birth. These 8 basic rights of parent leadership are weakly and inconsistently practiced by American parents: #1 The right to live in peace in your own home. #2 The right to make the rules. #3 The right to set and maintain family values, standards and ethics. #4 The right to insist on school attendance. #5 The right to control electronic devices and media. #6 The right to the truth. #7 The right to search and seizure. #8 The right to monitor clothing and appearance. Being a parent leader in America today is truly an act of courage, but a quiet, powerful revolution is occurring within many families. I envision an America where parents once again, assume their natural roles as protectors and leaders of their families. I envision an America with age-appropriate, self-controlled and literate children, who know their place, respect authority, want success in life and correlate good behavior with getting it. I envision an America where good parents lead and good children follow and there is contentment, safety and purpose in family life once again. Let's open a national conversation