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John Rosemond's six-point plan for raising happy, healthy children

by John K. Rosemond

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0836228065, Paperback)

Today's parents have been sold a bill of goods on so-called "quality time." They've been led to believe that children require constant attention. Psychologist John Rosemond knows that being a good parent is really about helping children get out of our lives. His easy-to-understand, easy-to-follow Six-Point Plan brings out the best in every family member.

Listen and learn how to:
1. Put your marriage first.
2. Expect your children to obey.
3. Establish responsibility by assigning chores.
4. Don't be afraid to tell your children "no"
5. Eliminate unnecessary toys.
6. Encourage creativity by minimizing TV viewing.

Parents who practice this simple plan can free themselves from guilt, exhaustion, and anger--and free their children to lead happy, responsible lives of their own.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:20:13 -0400)

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Discusses a plan for child rearing based on authority, responsibility, and respect, and emphasizes the importance of limiting television viewing time.

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