Published October 1995
by W Pub Group .
Written in English
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The Key to Your Child’s Heart, by Gary Smalley, didn’t stick out to me as being particularly noteworthy in the sea of parenting books. Most of the topics covered are covered better elsewhere, and on a few topics (such as punishment) I found I /5. I feel better equipped to relate to and encourage my teenagers! This book will help you know how to develop a heart-connection with your teen and encourage them as they navigate relationships, independence, dating, tech, growing in their relationship with God, and more. A well-organized easy read full of thoughtful perspectives to digest.5/5(14). Read You're the Key to My Heart from the story Teens Books by rarefoots (Star) with 2, reads. booksrecommendation, booksreview, teenfiction. Author: JesseGi. Honey for a Teen's Heart spells out how good books can help you and your teenager communicate heart-to-heart about ideas, values, and the various issues of a Christian worldview. Sharing the adventure of a book lets both of you know the same people, see the same sights, face the same choices, and feel the same s:
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Full Book Available in: English, Czech You should read this book if you Have a child who tends to easily isolate themselves from the rest of the family, OR who is angry or pouts for no apparent reason, over a longer period of time than a day or two, OR if you need some creative new ideas on raising your teens, challenging them, holding them. Several books have been written about the languages of love. Gary Chapman’s book, The Five Love Languages of Children, lists the love languages as: Acts of service. Quality time. Words of affirmation. Gifts. Physical touch. Chapman asserts that speaking a child’s primary love language can fill the child’s emotional fuel tank much more. A repeat bestseller for two decades, this child-rearing classic cuts to the heart of the anger and alienation that mar so many modern homes. In this ultimately practical book, Gary Smalley outlines effective steps for parents to open up a child that has shut them out. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 25 cm: Contents: The key to your child's heart --How to overcome the major destroyer of families --Parenting for positive results --Expressing loving support: the most important aspect of raising children --Balancing loving support through contracts --Giving yourself the freedom to .