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Parenting With Love And Logic (Updated and Expanded Edition) e-book

Author:

Foster Cline,Jim Fay

Language:

English

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Bibles

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Christian Living

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1803 kb

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Rating:

4.6

Publisher:

NavPress Publishing; Revised, Updated edition (May 3, 2006)

Pages:

272

ISBN:

1576839540

Parenting With Love And Logic (Updated and Expanded Edition) e-book

by Foster Cline,Jim Fay


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Published May 3rd 2006 by NavPress Publishing Group (first published January 1st 1990).

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Mavivasa
This book is a parenting game-changer. Certainly not every parenting method will work with every child or temperament. I can say, though, that I was a very strong willed child myself, and if my parents had used these methods, our house would have been much more peaceful, relationships improved, and I probably wouldn't have made some of the poor choices as an older teen that I did. I have personally seen these principles used with great success in children of friends and family members. I personally haven't had a chance to use this with my son, as he is still a baby, but I'm trying to be prepared!

I feel like many of the negative reviews didn't thoroughly read the parts they are concerned with, or misconstrued the examples. The authors lay out general parenting principles, and then offer examples of how to implement these principles. These are EXAMPLES, people! You can certainly implement them in different manners than the authors suggest, based on your own child and what you feel is right as a parent. The authors state that the parent should only offer two choices that the parent is comfortable with. If you aren't comfortable with a certain choice (such as giving away a pet), then don't make that one of the choices you are offering, duh! The pet example seems to have many people up-in-arms, yet in this example, the parent did NOT permanently give away the pet as people state, they temporarily gave the dog to a family friend, telling the child they had 3 days to decide if the pet could come back home. Also, they did not starve the pet as everyone seems to think, they did let the child know they were abusing the pet by not feeding it. It certainly doesn't say the parent didn't or shouldn't feed the pet (without telling the child). No one is that heartless, and it doesn't serve a purpose. Also, the authors frequently list out precautions with their advice, since some individuals may misuse these techniques (as can happen with any parenting technique). They also have a section where they discuss how certain principles have been misconstructed, misprepresented and taken out of context. I feel like those who were concerned simply didn't read those additional words of wisdom. An example is that the authors discuss how the "uh oh" song is for when a child is misbehaving for the sake of misbehaving -- NOT because of a NEED. They emphasize that a need (vs a want) must be met, and I think some parents were too quick to use the "uh oh" song rather than meeting a need of the child. Also, I saw not even the slightest hint of any "attachment theory" in this book -- I hadn't even heard of this until I read some of the reviews. Now that I know what they were referring to, I can tell you there is none of this in the book.

Another amazing book that I highly recommend is "Loving Our Kids on Purpose" by Danny Silk. It is quite compatible with the Love and Logic principles, but emphasizes the importance of building a relationship with our children.
Black_Hawk_Down
First of all, the reviews complaining about how harsh the consequences are, most likely didn't read the whole book. The book does not advocate for starving dogs and locking children in rooms. There is a context to these scenarios and the reviewers are completely missing the overall point. Feel free to hate the approach but for heavens sake base that opinion on facts instead of misinformation.
This book is life changing. I'm a better parent and my children are better children because of the techniques I've learned. It is gentle, loving and effective. It's all about how you as an adult react to your child's behavior.
The reasons why kids misbehave and why our instinct reactions as parents are often ineffective, is in the first half of the book and then the second half is filled with common scenarios and how to handle them.
The book is easy to follow and will be a reference for me many years from now. I was a very strong willed child and I wish my parents had used this approach on me.
Blackbrand
This book was recommended to me by a friend who works in child therapy. It is full of useful techniques and is a great read for any parent. Parenting can be very difficult at times and reading this book really helped me open my mind and heart to consider more strategies for raising my kids. I enjoyed the layout of this book and the manner in which the authors wrote was easy to relate to. I would definitely buy this book again and I highly recommend it to any parents looking to become better at the most important job in the world.
Thomand
I went into this book with high hopes that it would help me reevaluate my parenting approach. But I have a difficult time relying so heavily on natural consequences when in many cases there aren't any, and in others the consequence is unacceptable. Parenting is most difficult when teaching societal norms as well as protecting your kids from situations that don't grant a second chance. I feel like this book completely overlooks the real stuff.
Sagda
I gave it 4 stars because I think the book was a little hard for me to grasp at first, but I think it was because my own upbringing that kept me from fulling understanding. However, the program is used in my child's public school which has really helped me see this play out in person. It takes practice being a consultant parent if that is not something you were ever taught, but it gets easier with time. Regardless if you are religious or not, the concepts can be applied and they still work. If you are not a religious/spiritual person, just apply the concepts of a consultant parent and you will see the difference it makes. We all want to know we have a choice. Children are no different. This will help them think for themselves and also take responsibility for their choices before they face bigger consequences later on.
Moswyn
THE best advice on child rearing...ever! Better than John Rosemond, better than Raising Children God's Way and better than our many sessions w/ our child psychologist, even. Our ADHD, ODD 7 year old is finally on the right track now that her parents are. Pearls of absolute wisdom. Treats both children and parents with dignity and respect, facillitating a loving parent/child relationship.
Having this info in CD rather than book form is also invaluable as repetition (some experts say 7x) is key to assimilating new information. I just play Jim Fay CD's continually in my car when driving child-free. ;)
Uanabimo
This was required reading by our family councilor, I have enjoy reading about some of my actions and reactions to daily events, I'm not too far off the modern what's considered right for the time. Kids are raised with little or no structure, too much electronics/TV, oh the list goes on.
I should prop this book open and plaster quotes from it all over my house, b/c when I use the tips they suggest dealing with the challenges IS MUCH EASIER!!!

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