How To Be Your Kids Buddy: Build The Relationship As Early As Now by Stephen Williams

How To Be Your Kids Buddy: Build The Relationship As Early As Now

byStephen Williams

Kobo ebook | December 2, 2012

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Know how to lead your kids to the right path
Learn the simple methods on how to become your kids’ best buddy and be assured of their emotional strength as they grow
“Finally, here’s a book to help many parents in their quest to befriend their kids.” – Jasmin Y.

Do you still battle against the hope of becoming your kids’ best buddy but you seem to be lost on the right ways to do it?
Worry no more! Here is an book that is carefully designed by a parent who understands the concerns that bug thousands of parents worldwide.
Having a bundle of joy is possibly what every couple wishes to experience. On the other hand, rearing a child and becoming his or her buddy is equally challenging. This book understands all those longing and issues of how to become your kids’ buddy without having to bend your rules and spoiling your children.
With the right strategies, you need not worry about appearing to be a plain disciplinarian to your kids and dampen your relationship. This is what a lot of parents battle with—being torn between disciplining the kids and bending the rules just to get their attention.
Get this book and learn the balance between discipline and befriending your kids. The thin line between the two can be deceiving and very challenging but know for certain there is an appropriate approach without sacrificing anything.
Do not let yourself fall into the trap of giving in to every grumbling of your kids just to win their heart. Know where you should set your feet and stand your ground while working your way into winning them. Your child may be unique from the rest but there is definitely an approach that would match his needs and yours.
Maximize your being a parent by becoming your kids’ buddy. Do not just sit back and relax at the thought that your kids owe it to you. You actually owe it to yourself to be there for your kids while they still enjoy your company. Save yourself from the possible regret of letting the chance pass you by. Remember, your kids will be kids just once.
Follow what your heart as a parent dictates. Sadly, some parents believe that as long as they have provided their kids’ needs, they have been good parents. Yes, being able to provide for your kids should be among your top priorities but you must also understand that money can’t buy everything—much more your kids’ happiness of having a closely-knit relationship with you.
Your success in your career does not justify your failure as a parent so why not work to balance both? This is a common issue among successful parents who lose so much time for their kids. You don’t necessarily have to go through the same dilemma. Let this book help you manage your role as a parent while you can still do your usual work-related routine.
Watch your kids grow and be involved. Be their best buddy and be assured that they grow under your love and guidance plus the bonus of knowing that their parent is just behind them to see them through anything that may get in their way.
Isn’t it a good feeling when your kids look forward to seeing you and spending time with you instead of dreading the weekends of being imprisoned in your presence? Download this book now and enjoy your kids’ youth before you realize they’re old enough to appreciate your gestures. Start them young; build a strong foundation of friendship that they could count on anytime.
So, would you let your kids’ friends be ahead of the important moments in their lives? You definitely would want to be the first person they would want to be with. Download this book and equip yourself with the right strategies to be your kids’ best buddy.

Title:How To Be Your Kids Buddy: Build The Relationship As Early As NowFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:December 2, 2012Publisher:Stephen WilliamsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:130105884X

ISBN - 13:9781301058846