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The Strong-Willed Child: Birth Through Adolescence (edition 1978)

by James C. Dobson

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Dr Dobson's invaluable advice has reached more than one million families, helping parents effectively discipline headstrong children without breaking their spirit.
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Title:The Strong-Willed Child: Birth Through Adolescence
Authors:James C. Dobson
Info:Tyndale House Pub (1978), Hardcover, 240 pages
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If you're a parent with a strong willed child, this book is for you. These children are precious human beings who need a special kind of understanding and discipline by his parents. This book is devoted to his unique needs. It focuses on infancy, childhood, and adolescence, and then discusses sibling rivalry, hyper-activity, self-esteem and the most common errors made by frustrated parents. The Strong-Willed Child is a practical "How-To" book on discipline, and is written in the warm and humorous style that has made Dr. Dobson one of America's best loved authors.
  BethanyBible | Jan 23, 2010 |
Dr Dobson's invaluable advice has reached more than one million families, helping parents effectively discipline headstrong children without breaking their spirit.
  lifespringworc | Apr 13, 2007 |
I was not too impressed with this book. Maybe I was expecting too much of an innovative solution to dealing with strong-willed children, but this was a lot of common sense stuff that most parents that are working at being good parents already know: consistency, training, etc. Certainly I agree with a lot of the suggestions here, but I also thought this book was way long for the amount of actual substance. About three chapters could have covered it. ( )
  kwmcdonald | Oct 6, 2005 |
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