Good parenting requires the use of absolute rules that must never be broken...except of course when necessary! Wanting her parenting decisions based in accordance with her faith, Ann O'Connor devised a systematic approach to her parenting decisions based on twelve principles. Now, she knows that however her children turn out, she did the best she could. Reading about her approach may help you as you try to be the best parent you can be.
Everyone knows that good parenting requires the strict and constant use of rules that can never, ever be broken?except when necessary. The Twelve Unbreakable Rules of Parenting was inspired by the problems encountered by author Ann Lang O?Connor when deciding how best to raise her children with a strong foundation of faith. In her attempts to find a sense of direction, she developed twelve core principles to provide a systematic way to make decisions on tough issues and day-to-day questions. She writes in her introduction, ?I determined that, out of the thousands of things that I could choose to focus on as a parent, these were the principles on which I wanted to center my energy and attention, so I could let all of the rest go without regret."
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