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  1. Lynn Groeschl
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    December 31, 2009
    Lynn Groeschl
    If you have a VERY strong willed child, this is the book for you. It helps you change yourself first, which in turn will help change your child.
  2. Lisa Cooper
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    May 22, 2002
    Lisa Cooper
    This book is wonderful, especially for parents who have school-age children. Turansky and Miller explain why expressing anger when children misbehave is detrimental to relationships and how to respond to misbehavior in a way which will bring about change from the heart. They discuss the difference between obedience and honor and explain how parents and children can honor each other and God. The bad attitudes in our family are melting away.
  3. Shirley Oliver
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    November 12, 2001
    Shirley Oliver
    If you are frustrated with the attitudes in your home and the responses you get not only from your children but your spouse as well, I highly recommend this book. Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller have truly gotten to the heart of the matter. Honoring one another is a simple biblical principle so under used in our society today. Once you read this book your family and other relationships in your life will never be the same:)
  4. Patricia Janssen
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    March 12, 2009
    Patricia Janssen
    We have raised 5 children, and know that Honor is absolutely necessary to make a family function in a Godly fashion. I like this book so much that now I give it as a gift at Baby Showers.
  5. Trisch
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    May 24, 2001
    Trisch
    I had read the authors' other book (Eight Secrets to Highly Effective Parenting) and found it very helpful. This book goes a step further in dealing even more with the heart--*mine* first, then my children's!I'm only halfway through the book, and already it is helping me to deal more "honorably" with my children, and to give them better ways to deal with each other. I found this to be the best "child training book" I've read to date that is grace-based and not just focusing on control! I *highly* recommend it!
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