Parenting Principles – 8 Principles to Raise Healthy Kids and Build a Happy Home Ebook

A] Personal Development Ebook:

Download your copy of this month’s Personal Development Blog Ebook:

Parenting Principles
What are the best ways to parent? What are the key principles to keep in mind while fostering a loving family life?

There are key principles you can use to help direct your parenting journey with consistency, love, and structure.

Principle #1: We will discuss the importance of values and expectations in the household.
Principle #2: This section covers the importance of boundaries.
Principle #3: There are always consequences to our actions.
Principle #4: It is uncomfortable to allow our children to struggle.
Principle #5: When you have faith in your child’s ability, he will feel secure in taking risks.
Principle #6: Grateful people are joyful people.
Principle #7: Get active with your family.
Principle #8: Emotional stability and consistency is difficult to maintain.

These principles can provide a source of direction in the maze of parenting. Let’s explore these principles together in depth…

You will receive the file/s below (in one ZIP file) for your personal use:
+ Parenting Principles
   - Include Main Ebook (80-page PDF), Worksheet (11-page PDF), Checklist (6-page PDF) Bonuses!
+ How the Pareto Principle Can Change Your Life
   - In 4-page PDF, Slide Deck (54-page PDF)


Price: $9.97
Price: $7.97

Thank you for checking out this month’s inspiring personal development ebook on “Parenting Principles”.

 

B] Related Quotes:

“Encourage and support your kids because children are apt to live up to what you believe of them.”
~ Lady Bird Johnson

“Affirming words from moms and dads are like light switches. Speak a word of affirmation at the right moment in a child’s life and it’s like lighting up a whole roomful of possibilities.”
~ Gary Smalley

“We cannot always build the future for our youth, but we can build our youth for the future.”
~ Franklin D. Roosevelt

“If you bungle raising your children, I don’t think whatever else you do matters very much.”
~ Jackie Kennedy

 

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