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In With All Due Respect, you'll find the encouragement, practical steps, and prayers to transform your relationship with your teens and tweens. Each of the 40 chapters in the book is a "Dare" for parents that starts with a relatable story of a parent-teen interaction, several questions to answer that apply to your own parent-teen realtionship, and a closing prayer. In just 40 days, you can experience the freedom of releasing both yourself and your teen from the bonds of unhealthy communication and grow closer to God along the way.
Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 8.40 X 5.50 (inches)|
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With All Due Respect is a handbook for parents navigating the difficulties of the tween and teen years. Roesner and Hitchcock help parents identify what successful relationships look like and give easy-to-follow lessons in enforcing rules, communicating lovingly, resetting relationships, overcoming fears and exhaustion, and handling rebellion. Each day features a story every mom can relate to, down-to-earth questions to think about, and a prayer to launch an action plan. As a result, the reader gains new skills and perspective, greater strength, and an ability to live out faith daily as never before. With All Due Respect is for all parents seeking not only to connect more deeply with and positively impact their teens and tweens, but also to grow more deeply in faith through the process.
Nina Roesner is the executive director of Greater Impact Ministries, Inc., a Christian training organization. Nina has more than 20 years in the communications and training industry and has coached numerous executives, managers, individuals, wives, church staffs, and pastors around the country. She is the author of The Respect Dare. She has been married to her husband, Jim, since 1991, and together they raise and homeschool three children. They live near Cincinnati, Ohio.
Debbie Hitchcock is the operations director at Greater Impact Ministries. She is a trainer and speaker for the Daughters of Sarah course and speaks to womens groups and weekend retreats in addition to blogging on a regular basis. She lives near Cincinnati, Ohio.
April4 Stars Out Of 5respectfully and tastefully doneNovember 10, 2016AprilQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0We are soon to be moving into the tween stage here in my household and when I saw this book I thought it would be a great motivator to keep things positive even as the hormones start to rage. In all sincerity I have a great relationship with my daughter but still thought this sounded like a nice read. I've never read a parenting book from the Christian perspective. I think it makes a big difference in the type of advice you receive. I believe this book has the right approach with lots of prayer and focusing on things that you can do as a parent instead of trying to manipulate good behavior from your child as some other books suggest. One of the first things this book mentions is for the parent to stop clinging to your our expectations of your child. While this doesn't sound like a mind blowing revelation, it is sage advice. I think it's easy to put too many expectations on our children because we want better for them and from them. I think this book lays out lots of good reminders to help us to keep a healthy relationship with our kids and ourselves. The name is very suiting as I believe the whole book is very respectfully and tastefully done.
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crtnybcBritish Columbia, CanadaAge: 35-44Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Healthy relationships with your teens or tweensOctober 1, 2016crtnybcBritish Columbia, CanadaAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 3With All Due Respect is a good resource for moms who are struggling to set boundaries or connect with their tweens or teens. The chapters cover topics such as countering the culture, encouraging rather than nagging, being true to your word, coaching your kids on navigating conflict and responding with calm. It's written as 40 separate readings with a few questions to think about and a prayer. It's nothing earth shattering but they do have some good advice for dealing with issues that may come up with your teen or tween.
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