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All parents want to give their children the security, support, comfort, and care that a healthy family life can offer. Strong, healthy families are built on strong, supportive foundations - and, as in all durable institutions, that foundation must include a legal system, an economic system, and a set of unifying traditions. Linda and Richard Eyre show you how to build a simple family infrastructure of rules, shared responsibilities, and fun traditions. This foundation works for you - teaching and reinforcing such family values as sharing, honesty, and self-reliance. 3 Steps to a Strong Family offers a simple three-step program that involves children in every important family activity - from discipline to finances to family traditions - in age-appropriate ways. Your children will learn valuable lessons that will benefit them for the rest of their lives, every family member will face less stress, and you will have more time to spend with and enjoy each other. Full of examples, family activities, and commonsense advice drawn from Linda and Richard Eyre's child-rearing experience, 3 Steps to a Strong Family also includes comments from all nine of the Eyre's children - adding a valuable child's-eye view on what makes a happy family. Your whole family will benefit from the Eyres' positive, effective methods of working together toward common family goals. Linda and Richard Eyre are the leading spokespersons for the most important phenomenon sweeping America today - the return and recommitment to family life and family values. Born into modest circumstances in Baltimore, Richard was raised from his teens by his widowed mother. Linda grew up with two working parents. As parents, they're in the process of raising nine children, facing such challenges as hyperactivity, difficult teenagers, learning disabilities, and depression along the way.
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