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The One Minute Mother

by Spencer Johnson

Series: One Minute

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This story begins where most mothers are and takes them to where they want to be. Bestselling author Spencer Johnson shares his world-renowned ′One Minute′ secrets - three simple and easy-to-understand techniques that take little but yield great results. When you use what you learn in the story you will discover: How to become an effective disciplinarian. How to reach your own potential while helping your children to reach theirs. How to help your children′s self-esteem by developing their sense of responsibility. How to enjoy one another more as a family. With this book, written by a pioneer in helping people to gain better health through better communications, a mother can care for her children with confidence and ease, enriching and strengthening the mother-child bond each day.… (more)
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The quickest way for you to help your children.
With the pressures of 21st century working life an everyday topic of news and conversation, bestselling author Spencer Johnson shares three simple and easy-to-understand techniques to address the fundamental question of how to be a more effective mother.
Beginning where most mothers are and taking them to where they want to be, this book shows how to reach your own potential while helping your children reach theirs, how to develop their self-esteem and sense of responsibility, and how to communicate effectively and enjoy one another more as a family.
With this book, you can learn to care for your children with confidence and ease, enriching and strengthening the mother-child bond. As well as showing how to make time for your child, it will also improve every second spent with them.
  rajendran | Jul 20, 2008 |
I loved this book. It is short, sweet and to the point. The author offers simple ways to become the best mother you can be. Each chapter is short, but the author still summaries each and reiterates the key points at the end of each chapter. He gets his point across in an amusing little story that is carried on throughout the book. It can easily be finished in one sitting. If you're a mother, take the time to read this....you'll be glad you did! ( )
  carouselgirl | Oct 21, 2007 |
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This story begins where most mothers are and takes them to where they want to be. Bestselling author Spencer Johnson shares his world-renowned ′One Minute′ secrets - three simple and easy-to-understand techniques that take little but yield great results. When you use what you learn in the story you will discover: How to become an effective disciplinarian. How to reach your own potential while helping your children to reach theirs. How to help your children′s self-esteem by developing their sense of responsibility. How to enjoy one another more as a family. With this book, written by a pioneer in helping people to gain better health through better communications, a mother can care for her children with confidence and ease, enriching and strengthening the mother-child bond each day.

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