Wednesday, March 24, 2010

The Well-Behaved Child Book Review

What every parent wants most is a well behaved child. In his new book, The Well-Behaved Child: Discipline That Really Works!, John Rosemond looks to help parents do just that.

Going back a few generations and using techniques and ideas that are not entirely new, Rosemond hits a chord with me as a parent. The ideas may not be totally unique, and that's OK. The way to make it work for each family is about the way that discipline is presented to your children.  In The Well-Behaved Child, Rosemond gives lots of great suggestions for children of all ages. He gives helpful advice about how to parent.

I have learned many things from this book, and I have even reread it.  One of the biggest things for me is finding my voice as a parent. I know that I am in charge and I must portray that to my child at all times.  There were a few ideas in the book that I thought were a little extreme. They may not be for me or my family, but still I can see how they would work.

So if you're looking for new ideas or just a refresher, The Well-Behaved Child is a great book to pick up. Anyone who is a parent of a child age 3 and up will get some great things from this.

Buy It: The Well-Behaved Child by John Rosemond is available from Thomas Nelson Publishers in stores everywhere and online from Amazon as well.

*A product was provided for the purpose of this review.*