If you’re like most parents, you worry about the future. You’re afraid that your disrespectful twelve-year-old will become a juvenile delinquent or that your defiant eight-year-old will become even more difficult to manage as a teenager. You also worry about how to remain the most influential person in your child’s life, and sometimes about whether or not you have lost your influence altogether. You work hard at being a positive role model and being “good” in so many ways, but wonder if what you’re doing and saying is making a difference.
In How to Influence Your Kids for Good (Harper Collins, 2015)*, Sara Dimerman shares her practical and effective step-by-step plan that will help you bring your family together, improve communication, and unlock the very best in your children and yourself.
The author of this book, Sara Dimerman, has been a psychologist in the Toronto area for more than 25 years. As well as helping parents, she offers individual, couple and family counselling. She is the author of three other books – another for parents and two for couples. She is also the creator of www.helpmesara.com, a comprehensive resource offering free advice on hundreds of issues.
* How to Influence your Kids for Good is a revised, updated version of Sara’s 2009 book Character is The Key (Wiley & Sons).
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On shelves of all major booksellers on August 25, 2015