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Character Is the Key: How to Unlock the Best in Our Children and Ourselves
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0470155604, Paperback)"Sara Dimerman makes a convincing case that developing character in our children is one of a parent's most important tasks. In Character Is the Key, she provides an innovative, step-by-step template for families who want to explore the values they cherish and deepen their commitment to living by those values."
—Caroline Connell, Editor, Today's Parent
Would you like to see your children:Taking greater initiative at home and school?Able to put themselves in others' shoes?Taking more responsibility for their actions?Valuing togetherness as a family and wanting to spend more time with you?Consistently treating peers, adults and themselves with respect?Persisting through challenges and not giving up prematurely?Being honest even when the truth is difficult to share?Courageously facing fears?Motivated to help with chores around the house?Less influenced by negative peer pressure and able to stand up for what they believe?Looking forward to a bright and successful future?
Then Character Is the Key will help!
The character education movement, implemented by educators around the world, is an incredibly successful and growing phenomenon. When important character attributes like honesty, integrity, and fairness are modeled and taught to kids, they develop an inner compass that continues to guide them in a positive direction. The missing link has been helping parents with their crucial participation at home - until now. In Character Is the Key, parenting expert and therapist Sara Dimerman shares proven techniques in a powerful, step-by-step plan that will help you bring your family together, improve communication, and unlock the very best in your children - and yourself. Get started today!
(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:15:02 -0400)
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