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5 Keys Parenting

Format: paperback

No. of pages: 218

You love your family but you are struggling to stay on top of things. You strive to be the best parent you can be but often you feel like a complete failure. Nothing you are doing is working.

You are about to start a family or you have very young children. How do you avoid raising children who are spoilt, ill-mannered and unlikeable?

Raising a well adjusted child within a calm, happy, enjoyable family environment is something every parent longs for, but in this complicated modern world, that goal often feels unattainable. Parenting is supposed to be fun! Family life is supposed to be enjoyable! Unfortunately, for all too many parents, parenting has become a rather grim exercise in endurance.

It doesn’t have to be that way! With 5 Keys Parenting, you will learn just five – once commonsense – principles behind effective discipline and establishing harmony in the home.

Social etiquette consultant and parenting public speaker, Susan Edgerley “is a much needed breath of fresh air. Her commonsense approach to parenting and raising children with manners and much needed social skills fills a distinctive gap in the field of parenting advice.” (Grace Academy School of Social Confidence). This book offers a modern take on traditional parenting, offering time-tested methods on how to:

  • Establish discipline with ease
  • Come up with an easy parenting plan that will work for all kids at all ages
  • Be consistent so children can truly understand the lessons you are trying to teach them
  • Retain composure in all circumstances so your kids will respect you
  • Establish clear boundaries so your children can explore their world with confidence and trust
  • Create an environment of warmth and laughter and learning
  • Evaluate what modern beliefs are undermining your ability to raising your family
  • Teach manners and values that will stand your kids in good stead throughout life
  • How to deal with many of the modern issues confronting parents
  • And how to enjoy being a parent and have fun with your family!

This down to earth approach by Sue Edgerley gives parents much-needed confidence in their ability to raise their family well while, at the same time, allowing them to relax and enjoy their children.

Price: $19.95
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Book Reviews

Sue has written a no-nonsense book about raising a family. Her suggestions are simple to follow and I can vouch for the results as I have raised five children myself using the same principles. My three sons and two daughters have become responsible adults and are now bringing up their own children. I have always been proud of the fact that I could take my kids anywhere in society with confidence thay they would behave. I love having their children (my grand children) around to my house and I am happy to take them out in public because they are so well mannered and socially adept.
Rose Demar

At last a book that can put new and not so new parents on the right road for, firstly enjoying parenting in a positive way and secondly,giving the children a chance to enjoy a positive parent. Yes, much of our parenting techniques of the past could do with a revamp as also, much of the new way of parenting could do with a revamp. I think this book combines beautifully the two techniques. Sue started using the new way techniques to begin with, but soon realised the down sides. By combining some of the older techniques of her own childhood parenting, she in my opinion, has achieved a much better balanced parenting. I hope this book can be presented in the positive light it was written in. Congrats Sue.
Leanne Jackson

“I just read the whole of your e-book. FANTASTIC!!! That good it held my attention from beginning to end. And that says a lot as I hate reading on the PC. I only wish that I had this guide at the beginning when bringing up my daughter, Fia.”
Madeene, parent