Who's in Charge Here? : Overcoming Power Struggles with Your Kids

Barnes, Robert G.

Dallas, TX : Word Publishing, 1990.

196 p.

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The key, says author Bob Barnes, is to have a family plan of shared responsibilities and consequences so that your children know what is expected of them. Read and learn how to create a plan and how to respond when your child fails to meet the plan -- when he or she lies, argues with siblings, fails at a task, or faces peer pressure.

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Author:

Barnes, Robert G.

Title:

Who's in Charge Here? : Overcoming Power Struggles with Your Kids / Robert G. Barnes, Jr.

Publisher:

Dallas, TX : Word Publishing, 1990.

Physical:

196 p.

Summary:

The key, says author Bob Barnes, is to have a family plan of shared responsibilities and consequences so that your children know what is expected of them. Read and learn how to create a plan and how to respond when your child fails to meet the plan -- when he or she lies, argues with siblings, fails at a task, or faces peer pressure.

Subject:

Discipline of children--United States

Subject:

Parent and child--United States

Subject:

Parenting--Religious aspects--Christianity.

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