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Parenting the Strong-Willed Child as a Team (Part 1 of 2)

Air date 06/05/2014

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Cynthia Tobias and Jean Daly describe how parents can navigate the frustration and challenges of raising strong-willed children. Our guests also explain how couples can get on the same page in their parenting approach. (Part 1 of 2)

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Guest

Jean Daly

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Jean Daly became a Christian in 2nd grade and rededicated her life to Christ at 17. She attended the University of California at Davis and earned her degree in Biology from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Jean has been married to her husband, Jim, since 1986; they have two boys.

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Cynthia Tobias

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A former high school teacher, Cynthia Tobias is now a best-selling author, a popular speaker and the founder and CEO of AppLe St. (Applied Learning Styles). Her books include The Way They Learn, Every Child Can Succeed and Bringing Out the Best in Your Child. Cynthia has two grown sons. Learn more about Cynthia by visiting her website: www.cynthiatobias.com.