When you buy a new computer, car or camera, it comes with a detailed instruction manual. There is no guesswork required; you’re told exactly what to do.
But when you bring a child home from the hospital — and prepare for raising him or her, which is undoubtedly one of the most important tasks of your life — you’re pretty much on your own.
If you’re like so many of the parents I talk to, raising your children into happy, confident, productive adults is your Number One goal.
And, 20 or 30 years from now, the LAST thing you want is to look back and regret that you didn’t spend enough time with your children, or didn’t do a good enough job raising them.
While it’s perfectly natural to question how well you’re doing, especially as your kids get older and begin having problems in school, at work, and in relationships…
You don’t have to ever have to again.
Finally, there IS an instruction manual for raising kids — and I’ve created it based on my years of research into what makes parents successful, as well as my own experience raising 4 children who have grown into successful, happy adults.Next Page »