Instead of lecturing kids to do their chores, folks are reading Lindsey’s story. When her mother asks her to walk Rover, she whines, “Why do I have to do it? That’s what moms are for.” During a family discussion about Lindsey’s story, parents and children refer to the five character-building questions, to discover straight from their lips what they really think.
Each child’s problem story has five key questions that promote empathy, social awareness, and problem solving. These stories build character the easy way.
Author, Jean Tracy recognized that children love giving their opinions. By creating a tool for families to utilize, kids receive exactly what they crave, which is positive attention, acceptance, and appreciation. Character building with problem stories and family discussions deepens the family bond and helps to make the home a center for peace, love, and character.
Character building with problem stories and family discussions is helping families to forge an unbeatable family bond. The book is leading those who are concerned about how much the media influences children’s values and those who hope to increase meaningful family discussions.
The parenting e-book, is a step-by-step powerful method that also features bonuses such as fifteen car topics for long vacation drives or short rides to the store, eighteen ways to stir conversations in the family, and fifty one subjects for fun discussion starters.
Character Building: Problem Stories for Family Discussions (Kindle Edition) includes wireless delivery via Amazon Whispernet where Jean presents clear, practical and effective ways to open up discussions with kids.
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About Jean Tracy, MSS
Jean Tracy is founder of www.KidsDiscuss.com and www.ParentingSkillsBlog.com
When Jean retired from her 22-year family counseling practice to reach a wider audience, she opened the door to the internet. With a website, blog, and newsletter, Jean shares her counseling secrets with parents like you. As the author of specialty products for parents, e-books, and free online courses, Jean reaches a worldwide audience to help parents build character in their children.
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