Select a question to read more about the topic. What do my kids hear me say about them? Do I respect my kids? Do I use guilt to get my kids to do what I want? Do my guilty feelings affect how I parent? Do I make some of the same mistakes with my kids my parents made with me? Do...Read More
INTRODUCTION It seems that when a married couple sets out to make improvements to their relationship, they usually focus first on what’s broken and what needs to be eliminated in order to improve. If a critical nature is present, then they work to remove it; if a short fuse is...Read More
Introduction In just about all areas of life-and especially in our relationships-we humans tend to make lots of assumptions. Whether it is in our marriage relationship, our friendship and peer relationships, in our relationships at work with superiors or subordinates, our...Read More
Parenting with an Attitude…. 21 Questions Successful Parents Ask Themselves is now available as an ebook! This book provides thoughts and ideas for good parents who want to be better parents. For a summary, read more…
Please click the following link to hear a book review by Dr. Laura on Parenting with an Attitude.
Dr. Ed Wimberly is the author of Parenting With An Attitude….21 Questions Successful Parents Ask Themselves. What is interesting about his book is that rather than suggesting ways to address unacceptable behaviors and discipline problems in our kids, he encourages us to first look at ourselves and the attitudes we have toward our kids… Read More