Personality Plus For Parents

Author: Florence Littauer
Editor: Revell
ISBN: 0800757378
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How can you improve your relationship with your children and more effectively parent them? Florence Littauer helps you identify, understand, and meet each child's unique needs.

Personality Plus For Couples

Author: Florence Littauer
Editor: Baker Books
ISBN: 1585581321
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The best-selling author of Personality Plus and Personality Plus for Parents now shows couples how to apply the personality principles that have made Florence so popular. Husbands and wives will understand why they act the way they do and how they can best respond to each other. Personality Plus for Couples gives husbands and wives: * a personality profile test to identify their personality types * the trademark characteristics of each personality type * ways to resolve hot conflicts that arise between spouses * what to expect if you marry someone of the same type, someone of the opposite type, or someone with a compatible personality type Littauer offers pages of stories and practical insight about how to approach each personality differently. When husbands and wives care enough to understand what makes the other tick, they can celebrate each other's individuality and build a marriage that lasts.

Personality Plus

Author: Florence Littauer
Editor: Revell
ISBN: 144120007X
File Size: 52,53 MB
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A revealing "personality profile" self-test and Littauer's insightful advice help readers better understand themselves and others. A best-seller.

Behind The Personality

Author: Florence Littauer
Editor: Fleming H Revell Company
ISBN: 9780800757526
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The author of Personality Plus discusses her impoverished childhood through her high-profile fiftieth wedding anniversary, revealing the importance her faith and her sense of humor has played in her recovery from painful experiences.

Your Personality Tree

Author: Florence Littauer
Editor: Thomas Nelson Inc
ISBN: 084990644X
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Littauer offers readers the opportunity to discover their true identity through a process of discovering how family relationships and circumstances can mask their natural temperament.

Personality Plus

Author: Sheila John Daly
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Setting The Stage For Your Child S Faith

Author: Florence Littauer
Editor: Fleming H Revell Company
ISBN: 9780800787004
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Likens Christian parenthood to a drama wherein parents are directors and children are the cast, using biblical examples and experiences from the author's own life to cover such topics as setting goals and rules, fostering creativity and communication, and making home a fun place. Original.

The Library Journal

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Includes, beginning Sept. 15, 1954 (and on the 15th of each month, Sept.-May) a special section: School library journal, ISSN 0000-0035, (called Junior libraries, 1954-May 1961). Also issued separately.

What Teenagers Wish Their Parents Knew About Kids

Author: Fritz Ridenour
Editor: W Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780849929885
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Discusses the importance of self-esteem, communication, and discipline, and shares what the Bible says about parenting

A Speech Pathologist Talks To Parents And Teachers

Author: Ruth Beckey Irwin
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A Course For The Preparation Of Lay Leaders Of Parent Study Groups

Author: Elizabeth Moore Manwell
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How To Get Your Teen To Talk To You

Author: Connie Grigsby
Editor: Multnomah
ISBN: 9781590520642
File Size: 70,76 MB
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A user-friendly book for parents of adolescents offers insight into how to engage a teenager for more effective communication, covering such topics as avoiding communication pitfalls, recognizing language barriers, saying no, and understanding how each gender communicates.

Library Journal

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Everygirl S Magazine

Author: Rowe Wright
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Parent Teen

Author: Len D. McMillan
Editor: Review & Herald Pub Assn
ISBN: 9780828007320
File Size: 28,31 MB
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Personalities In Power

Author: Florence Littauer
Editor: Vital Issues Press
ISBN: 9780910311564
File Size: 22,54 MB
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Trusting Enough To Parent

Author: Wayne Hastings
Editor: David C Cook
ISBN: 9780781434102
File Size: 31,44 MB
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Parents need help. We've always known that parenting was a serious, daunting task, but in our day it has become a matter of life and death. Hardly a day goes by without a new, startling piece of journalism reminding us of childhood dysfunction and parental failure. Being a parent today is not what it used to be. Like it or not, the days of Ward, June and The Beav are quaint nostalgia, having given way to far more complex and dangerous times. In this age of safe sex, schoolyard violence, subjective truth and a media bent on contradicting our best parenting efforts, we need God more than ever to assist with the challenge of rearing healthy, self-conscious kids. Do we trust Him enough to shepherd us in our efforts? Trusting Enough to Parent provides spiritual direction and practical advice to moms and dads laboring at the most important job in the world. Armed with biblical truths and a wealth of parenting wisdom gleaned from personal experience, author Wayne Hastings sets forth some invaluable lessons on the art of co-parenting with God--along with significant doses of hope and encouragement to help you through the tough times.

Parents Magazine

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The Prodigal Brother

Author: Sue Thompson
Editor: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1449700527
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Most people know the story Jesus told of the prodigal son—the child who demanded his inheritance and then threw it away on wild living. But there were two sons in the story: the older son watched events unfold and told his father, “I stayed with you all these years and you never threw a party for me!” Those who grew up in a family with a prodigal understand that cry. Sue Thompson shares her own story of struggle and hope in The Prodigal Brother. She offers ways to heal the ache of feeling second place in a parent’s affections and attention, and writes with sensitivity about forgiving a wayward brother or sister without excusing the behavior. Anyone who’s ever been “the good kid” will find empathy and encouragement to unload the emotional baggage of growing up with a prodigal in the family. Many of us grew up in families where one of our siblings was the favorite child—either because that one did everything right in his parents’ eyes or because he was so needy. Whichever the case, Sue Thompson gives practical suggestions from her own life experiences. Whether you are the good one or the neglected one, you will find fresh insight in this eye-opening book. Florence Littauer Author of Personality Plus and Silver Boxes In the all-important arena of interpersonal relationships . . . Sue's book is at the top of my all-time list. It is that good, and it is that important. Ralph Harris, LifeCourse Ministries Author of Better Off Than You Think