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Based in scripture and practical Christian and behavioral principles, Christlike Parenting offers parents strategies that can increase harmony and communication in any home, even those with angry or delinquent children. The methods Dr. Latham (The Power of Positive Parenting) encourages are fair, loving, and proven and will inspire every parent to new and attainable heights.
About the Author
Glenn Latham is a professor of education at Utah State University in Logan, Utah. He received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from University of Utah and his doctorate in education from Utah State University. He has been a public school teacher and a school administrator. Widely known both nationally and internationally for his work in the behavioral sciences, Dr. Latham has a strong following at BYU Education Week and on the Know Your Religion lecture circuit.
A member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Brother Latham has served in many capacities, including bishop, high councilor, and high priest group leader.
He and his wife, Louise McDonald Latham, are the parents of six children and ‘a growing treasure of grandchildren and great-grandchildren.’
Works for 12!
by Jean - reviewed on August 20, 2004
Unlike most parenting books that teach us to fix our kids or to discipline our family, this books teaches us how to develop and show unconditional love to our family. It is truly Christlike principles that really work. I am buying one for each of my children as they become parents and I have 12 of them!
by Pam - reviewed on May 02, 2010
A small group of friends and I read this book and discussed it's principles together. Each of us at the time had young teenagers still at home and each of us found ourselves wishing we had read this years ago when our children were younger! Even with our children growing older, it taught us how to rear our children with greater love and Christlike understanding. I highly recommend Bro. Latham's book and like the sister who commented before me, I intend to buy it for each of my children as they are starting their own families.
Wonderful Book that works
by david - reviewed on November 18, 2012
Love this book. But it's on of theses books you have to read and come back to often. The hardest part is the Christlike part. Of course. But it takes review and mistakes. But great reference for parents of troubled kids to near perfect kids
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