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The Well-Behaved Child

The Well-Behaved Child Discipline that Really Works!

By John Rosemond
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3.78 Stars

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On 10/3 Emily Ryan wrote: The Well-Behaved Child: Discipline that Really Works! by John Rosemond is a book of old-school parenting techniques re-explained for the modern parent. It spells out practical advice for a broad range of disciplinary issues and promises tangible results. Some of the ideas are simple; some are far-fetched. ... Book Review: The Well Behaved Child

Emily's Rating:

4 Stars

On 5/30 svrmomof6 wrote: As a working mom of six I would love to take away some wonderful piece of parental advice to make my life easier. This book may help first time parents who are trying to get their bearings about how to discipline. A more “experienced” parent, like myself, may not gain anything from the old school ... Not my "Cup of Tea"

svrmomof6's Rating:

2 Stars

On 11/17 Mary Patterson wrote: This book was a quick, engaging read. Rosemond is witty and opinionated, railing against psychobabble and prescription medications, he encourages parents to return to the authoritarian style of parenting. Rosemond asserts that children are bad. He outlines seven fundamentals of effective discipline. ... Return to Traditional Parenting

Mary 's Rating:

5 Stars

On 4/20 Justin Lillich wrote: I suppose starting this off with "not worth it" is shooting myself in the foot. The book's not very long, less than 300 pages, but I couldn't get over the tone of the book. Mr. Rosemond wears thin the "I know a lot about this subject and I'm going to make it funny... no, HILARIOUS, and you're going to ... The Well-Behaved Child.

Justin's Rating:

3 Stars

On 4/14 Kristen Chumley wrote: My son will be turning two in July but is already testing the waters of the "terrible twos". The tantrums began to appear somewhere around 14 months, whenever I dared utter the "N-O" word. Six months later, we deal with tantrums pretty much daily. Many I ignore and they fade as quickly as they appear. ... Review: The Well-Behaved Child

Kristen's Rating:

3 Stars

On 3/30 Cogiva wrote: Put simply John?s ideas can appear extreme. I was initially taken aback by what he was writing. Having read the first chapter I was sceptical of the value of what he teaches. However, I persevered and am glad I did. John articulately explains, in detail, why he holds these views about discipline, giving ... Book Review: The Well Behaved Child By John Redmond

Cogiva's Rating:

3 Stars

On 3/24 PS Mom Reviews wrote: What every parent wants most is a well behaved child. In his new book, The Well-Behaved Child: Discipline That Really Works!, John Rosemond looks to help parents do just that.Going back a few generations and using techniques and ideas that are not entirely new, Rosemond hits a chord with me as a parent. ... The Well-Behaved Child Book Review

PS Mom Reviews' Rating:

4 Stars

On 3/18 fishinmom wrote: I had a chance to review the book The Well-behaved Child. The book is a "how-to" guide by Family psychologist, best-selling author, and parenting expert John Rosemond. Having raised four children of my own and now raising my grandson, I've have a lot of child-rearing experience. Disciplining your child ... Book Review: The Well-Behaved Child by John Rosemond

fishinmom's Rating:

3 Stars

On 3/2 Trent Cornwell wrote: This past weekend I had the chance to go back to Kentucky to celebrate my mom’s 50th birthday. My wonderful wife was willing to do the majority of the driving so I had the chance to read several books. I will have book reviews this week for Linchpin, The Life & Legacy of Jerry Falwell, ... Book Review: The Well Behaved Child

Trent's Rating:

3 Stars

On 2/23 Keith Ferguson wrote: John Rosemond, a long-time parenting speaker and writer, has written a new book on discipline that is focused on helping parents with kids ages 3 to 13. His book is based on an approach that he calls "old-fashioned" parenting - looking to the wisdom of previous generations instead of the strategies ... Book Notes: The Well-Behaved Child (4/5)

Keith's Rating:

4 Stars