The Power of Positive Parenting: A Wonderful Way to Raise Children

by Glenn I. Latham

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3420380 power positive parenting

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This is a child-rearing manual that provides practical methods for

working with children. This instructional book goes a long way in

helping parents to resolve problems using specific strategies for

dealing with inappropriate behavior of children. In general, it's a book

about child-rearing practices and how the management of consequences can

be the key to creating good home environment.

About the Author

Glenn I. Latham

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.'

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The Power of Positive Parenting
By , Submitted on 2017-02-15

This book teaches parenting principles and practices that are backed up by research. I love his main theme that whatever behavior receives the most attention is repeated. So parents should ignore minor misbehavior and try to look for and reward positive behavior with a specific compliment. It has best parenting practices for all age groups. For instance he teaches that teenagers need time to casually talk to their parents and need physical affection as much as when they were young. My daughter finds this book really helpful in raising an active two year old boy. I wish I had read this book 20 years ago.

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