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Bratproofing Your Children

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As a parent, you want your children to grow up to become self-motivated, financially savvy, contributing members of society who maintain a deeply satisfying adult life. This is why it is essential to “bratproof” your children against turning into spoiled, egotistical materialists who feel entitled to misbehave and take their lives for granted.

This book will help you raise emotionally healthy kids who will grow to become mature, well-rounded adults. Protect your children from the potentially negative influences of a life of privilege and blinding effects of America’s abject consumerism by instilling seven positive character traits, which will help give your children a sense of purpose while providing direction and clarity to their lives. Instead of seeking guidance through wealth or a misplaced notion of superiority, your children will develop a strong “work ethic” centered on selflessness, sacrifice, and ambition.

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Product Details

Author Lewis D. Solomon, Janet Stern Solomon
ISBN 1620875764
Publication Date May 28, 2008
Publisher Barricade Books
Language English
Category Life Skills, Media / Commercialization, Parent / Child Relationships, Physical / Emotional Development
Parenting Books Age Infant to Preschool, Child / School Age, Pre-Teen, Teen