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The New Dare to Discipline (original 1970; edition 1992)

by James C. Dobson (Author)

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Much-needed answers to your toughest parenting questions!Why are boundaries so important? Do children really want limits set on their behavior? My spouse doesn't seem to care about discipline; why I am I stuck being the "bad guy?" Is it okay to spank my child, or will it lead him to hit others and become a violent person? Join the millions of caring parents who have found answers in the wisdom of parenting authority and family counselor Dr. James Dobson. The New Dare to Disciplineis a revised and updated edition of the classic bestseller, designed to help you lead your children through the tough job of growing up. This practical, reassuring guide will teach you how to meet your children's needs of love, trust, affection--and discipline. (This new edition is part of Dr. James Dobson's Building A Family Legacy initiative.)… (more)
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Title:The New Dare to Discipline
Authors:James C. Dobson (Author)
Info:Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. (1992), 276 pages
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With two small children at home, I was excited to read a book that would give me some direction in raising them. I appreciated Dr. Dobson's honesty and wisdom as he walked me through how and when to discipline my children. This book is an excellent guide to help set up a very loving and structured home in which to nurture our children. ( )
  skiersarah19 | Aug 14, 2010 |
My wife read this to me and now I can't stop spanking my whole family! ( )
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Much-needed answers to your toughest parenting questions!Why are boundaries so important? Do children really want limits set on their behavior? My spouse doesn't seem to care about discipline; why I am I stuck being the "bad guy?" Is it okay to spank my child, or will it lead him to hit others and become a violent person? Join the millions of caring parents who have found answers in the wisdom of parenting authority and family counselor Dr. James Dobson. The New Dare to Disciplineis a revised and updated edition of the classic bestseller, designed to help you lead your children through the tough job of growing up. This practical, reassuring guide will teach you how to meet your children's needs of love, trust, affection--and discipline. (This new edition is part of Dr. James Dobson's Building A Family Legacy initiative.)

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