Additional resources for helping you build self-esteem in your child
Building Self-Esteem in Your Kids — This clever discipline method is less exhausting and more successful than ranting, blaming, pleading, begging or threatening.
Six Ways to Build Your Teen's Identity — Strategies to counteract culture by helping your teen develop a strong, positive identity.
Acknowledging Feelings — Steps to help you communicate understanding to your child to help them navigate negative feelings.
Have a New Kid by Friday by Dr. Kevin Leman
In Have a New Kid by Friday, Dr. Kevin Leman urges you to take his 5-day challenge to implement a new parenting strategy. Based on cause and effect instead of threats or fears, you'll soon be seeing lots of improvement in your child's behavior and experience a closer bond as well.
Got Teens? Time-Tested Answers for Moms of Teens and Tweens by Jill Savage and Pam Farrel
Parenting a teen can be both frustrating and confusing. It seems every situation is unique and the answers aren't always clear cut. This practical book helps you cope with the diversity of teen parenting and find empowering and useful solutions to a myriad of situations.
Delight in Your Child's Design by Laurie Winslow Sargent
You love your child, but do you sometimes feel frustrated and overwhelmed? In Delight in Your Child's Design, author Laurie Winslow Sargent helps you identify your child's unique temperament and abilities. Her practical suggestions will help you show your children the love and attention they need in a way that is meaningful and understood by them.
Adventures in Odyssey
These are episodes from the award-winning radio series for kids that teach important lessons even as they entertain your children.
"The Pushover" — Cody is a pushover. And Jared is bossy. A dangerous combination. Until Whit concocts and idea that may help both of them conquer their failings.
These are resources for discussing movies with your family and learning how to discern deeper values from popular entertainment.