Boundaries with kids : when to say yes, when to say no to help your children gain control of their lives / Henry Cloud, John Townsend. [print]

By: Cloud, Henry [author]Contributor(s): Townsend, John Sims, 1952-Material type: TextTextPublisher: Grand Rapids, Michigan : Zondervan Publishing House, (c)1998Description: 223 pages ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0310200350Subject(s): Discipline of children -- United States | Self-control in children -- United States | Parenting -- United StatesLOC classification: HQ770.4.B686 1998COPYRIGHT: Digital and Print sharing – 10% covered. Click this link to request copyright permission if more than 10% is needed:https://lib.ciu.edu/copyright-request-form
Contents:
The future in now What does character look like? -- Kids need parents with boundaries What will happen if I do this? : the law of sowing and reaping Pulling my own wagon : the law of responsibility I can't do it all, but I'm not helpless, either : the law of power I'm not the only one who matters : the law of respect Life beyond "because I'm the mommy" : the law of motivation Pain can be a gift : the law of evaluation Tantrums needn't be forever : the law of proactivity I am happier when I am thankful : the law of envy Jump-starting my engine : the law of activity Honesty is the best policy : the law of exposure Rolling up your sleeves : the six steps to implementing boundaries with your kid.
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The future in now What does character look like? -- Kids need parents with boundaries What will happen if I do this? : the law of sowing and reaping Pulling my own wagon : the law of responsibility I can't do it all, but I'm not helpless, either : the law of power I'm not the only one who matters : the law of respect Life beyond "because I'm the mommy" : the law of motivation Pain can be a gift : the law of evaluation Tantrums needn't be forever : the law of proactivity I am happier when I am thankful : the law of envy Jump-starting my engine : the law of activity Honesty is the best policy : the law of exposure Rolling up your sleeves : the six steps to implementing boundaries with your kid.

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