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Summary

Proven ways to improve your child's self-esteem. A solid sense of self-worth helps your child make good choices, develop healthy relationships, and work to achieve his or her dreams. But what's the best way to instill self-confidence while still teaching your child to value and care about others? Based on a biblical understanding of human worth, Building Confidence in Your Child teaches you how to parent positively and help your child grow into a secure adult who is poised for success in life.

Deftly balancing the principles of humility and pride, trusted author and parenting expert Dr. James Dobson offers practical pointers that break through the theories and get right down to the decisions you have to make every day. In our emotionally toxic world, it's more important than ever to help your child develop healthy self-esteem. Let this audiobook show you how.

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  • Tracy Martin
  • 12-06-18

to many narrated stories not enough practicality

I am stopping in chapter 3. I keep waiting To get To the better part but I am tired of the all over the place content, I understand the referances but if you are a straightforward person this book is not for you. To many narrated stories not enough practicality. Lots of expressed opinionated observations as if to pursuae rather that to provide informative information on how to actually foster confidence in a child. Book is more on critisim of the affect on society and how children's worth or effected by it. I'm bored and uninformed on my intended purpose of purchasing this book. It can serv as a good sociology purpose but not for the title it says.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 09-04-18

Disappointed

Was really disappointed with his explanation of homosexuality, the explanation discredits the rest of the book. Not sure if the rest of the book is science based or religious based. I'm a Catholic person but still understand there are some things that need to be explained correctly.

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  • fawaz
  • 14-01-18

too long no summary

too long no summary at the end it is audible book so if writer takes consideration of adding a chapter of summary about the whole book like Brian Tracy books

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 30-06-17

too religious

there are many good hints and remarks but there is way too much about Christian upbringing and mixing of psychology with religion. Not recommending unless you dont mind that

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  • Dragonfly
  • 30-07-15

Zero stars

This book is dated and offensive. The author is quick to judge others and talk himself up. This book should come with a warning that it is for a Christian audience. I found his patriarchal and religious opinions offensive. He says "The root cause of all suffering is sin" What a perverted thing to say! I want a refund!

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