can parenting books help build the self
esteem of a child
without first building the self esteem
of the parents?"
- Lisa Dunning, MA, MFT
My Book About Parenting Styles Is Different Than Other Parenting
Your child has
done something you believe is inappropriate, but
your spouse doesn't think it is that big of a
deal. You argue about the severity of your
child's behavior, but your spouse just doesn't
see things your way.
ask yourself, "Should I
discipline my child? Am I
overreacting?" as you doubt your
own ability to parent when it seems
that no one is on your side.
confused about your ability to parent, you talk
to a couple of friends or other family members,
hoping to gain support for your parenting
beliefs. After gaining support for your
opinion, you feel justified and confident that
you are right. So you quickly approach your
spouse, saying "All my friends agree with
me." as proof your spouse was wrong. Only
your spouse doesn't react the way you expected.
of saying, "You were right, honey. I don't
know what I was thinking.", your spouse
responds, "I don't care what your friends
or family say and I can't believe you shared our
personal family matters with them!"
lesson you decide to parent your child without
talking to your spouse unaware that you have
just given your child tremendous power. When
your child gets upset about your discipline,
your worst fear is realized when your child
tells your spouse about the discipline you
decided on your own. Another argument ensues and
your spouse begins to completely undermine your
efforts to parent your child by allowing
behaviors you find completely inappropriate.
child has all the power! You and your spouse
you may believe your child is happy, they are
too young to realize how damaging your inability
to parent together is to their academic
development, future relationships and future
success in the real world.
parents struggle with this issue: you are not
But the reason
you and your spouse struggle with parenting
together stems from the most unlikely of
places: YOUR CHILDHOOD AND YOUR SPOUSE'S
CHILDHOOD. You see, parents
parenting styles from their own unique childhood
backgrounds. Those unique childhood experiences
shape our perception of appropriate
parenting. But your perception of what is
appropriate can be very different from that of
your partner. That conflict, if left
unresolved, can have a negative impact on your
child. So when most parenting books
provide advice as if there is only one parent
raising your child, "Good Parents Bad
Parenting" provides experienced insight, practical tips, skills, advice, games and
exercises to resolve the conflict, empowering
parents to work through their relationship and differing parenting
styles to raise happy, responsible and successful
more knowledge comes greater confidence;
with confidence comes greater self esteem;
with self esteem, parents can more
share their parenting knowledge,
confidence and self esteem
with their children."
- Lisa Dunning, MA, MFT
Dunning And Her Husband Have Differing Parenting
Dunning and her husband, Brad, have
different childhood backgrounds,
resulting in differing parenting
styles. By sharing their personal
experiences along with Lisa Dunning's experienced insight, practical tips, skills, advice, games and
exercises, this book stands alone from
other parenting books as an inspiration
to all parents who struggle to raise
their children together. Lisa
Dunning provides parents with the tools
necessary to work together as a team to
raise a healthy, responsible and
you searching for answers to any of the
Parents Bad Parenting' answers all your questions
by providing the
tools necessary to discover
styles works best for your unique family,
unique child and your unique situation!"
- Lisa Dunning, MA, MFT
Three Parenting Styles Most Parenting Books
parenting books that tell parents the one
"correct" way to appropriately parent
our children, "Good Parents Bad
Parenting" defines the
three basic parenting styles and allows you, the
parents, to choose how to appropriately parent
chapter you read, . . .
Your confidence as a parent
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|Table of Contents
|1 - Background Of Authors
2 - Establishing The Rules
3 - Advice For New Parents
4 - Stay At Home Parenting vs. Financial Concerns
5 - Clean Out The Baggage
6 - Three Parenting Styles
7 - Agreeing On Discipline
8 - To Hit Or Not To Hit - What Is The Answer?
9 - The Cycle Of Abuse
10 - Connect With Your Child
11 - Grand Parenting - Redefining Your Parent's Role
12 - The Divorced Parent
Parenting Someone Else's Child
14 - When Your Child Does Not Meet Your Expectations
15 - Children Without Parents But No One Has Died
16 - Coping With A Sick Parent
17 - The Death Of A Parent
18 - Grandparents Raising Grandchildren
19 - School Bells Are Ringing And Your Child Is Singing The Blues
20 - Your Child, Sex, Drugs and Alcohol
21 - Interfaith Relationships - Maybe Mom Was Right
22 - Your Child Is Still Defiant!
23 - Final Message Of Encouragement