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Because I Said So
Softcover, 368 pages
John Rosemond's latest work covers every conceivable aspect of parenting from Allowances to Zibling rivalry with the same characteristic wit and practical wisdom that millions of parents have cherished in his six previous books, including Making the "Terrible" Twos Terrific, John Rosemond's Six-Point Plan for Raising Happy, Healthy Children and A Family of Value.
This day-to-day collection contains 366 tips or "reflections" for battle-worn parents, one per dated page. True to form, the reflections are often humorous, always common-sensical, and always thought-provoking. Taken together, they illuminate the complex web that exists between child rearing, marriage, and the family.
Rosemond's philosophy harkens back to a simpler time when "because I said so," was the only reason a parent ever needed to give a child. Nothing has changed, says Rosemond. Successful parenting still calls for the same basic ingredients that worked for thousands of previous generations. By following his old-fashioned, common sense advice, parents can avoid raising children who are spoiled and sassy, and deal effectively with daily problems as diverse as bedwetting, boredom, territoriality and television.
Read weekly in over 100 newspapers nationwide, John Rosemond is a familiar, trusted voice-of-reason to millions of American parents.
Nice copy, appears unread and looks new, no writing, marks or tears, minimal cover wear, no remainder marks, not ex-library.