Finding Peace When a Child Chooses Another Path

by Robin Zenger Baker

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Learn how to set boundaries, when to intervene, and what you can do to make peace with your child's choices. Uplifting and encouraging, this book will bring you the seemingly elusive peace and hope during your times of trial.

6" x 9", 112 pages

About the Author

Robin Zenger Baker

Robin Zenger Baker has a psychology degree from Stanford University, an organizational behavior master's degree from BYU, and a PhD in organizational strategy from UCLA. She is currently studying family therapy and counseling at UMass Boston. She has written for the Ensign magazine, and has edited and co-authored multiple publications in the field of organizational behavior. She is a past president of the BYU Alumni Association Boston chapter, and currently works to raise funds for local inner city youth to attend church schools. She lives in Belmont, MA.

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Finding Peace When a Child Chooses Another Path
By , Submitted on 2015-11-26

I wasn't sure I wanted to read this book because this is kind of a painful topic to wrestle with. But I found this book gave me a helpful perspective on how to think about all kinds of things that happen in families. I'm really glad I read it. Since reading it, I've recommended it to many friends.

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