Retail pak HighBridge Audio 2001
CS ISBN 1565112652 $16.95 Three cassettes
Starting in the 1950s, John Rosemond says, we got off track with our parenting. We listened to experts who made us feel wrong about things like setting limits, expecting our kids to entertain themselves, and holding them responsible for their actions. Rather than being so focused on children, parents should put themselves and their marriage first. It's a smoothly written program, narrated by a friendly author who sounds nothing like the curmudgeon by the same name who writes the popular newspaper column on parenting. It's great advice for parents in the death spiral of always pleasing their children instead of preparing them for life. T.W. © AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine [Published: OCT/ NOV 01]
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