Have you ever felt disappointed and angry that your child did not fare as well as you had wanted him to? And blamed your child for ‘failing’, and maybe yourself too?
Most parents forget that by helping a child all the time and planning each hour of his day is
likely to make him a self-entitled adult who may not be able to cope with life’s problems, take
tough decisions, or manage stress.
This book asks parents to take a huge step back and urges them to believe that it is more important to encourage a child’s independence than to focus on excellence. Besides, it addresses a host of issues most parents usually struggle with, such as how to let go and how far to let go of a child, how to connect, how and what to talk about sex, etc. It even talks about adoption and raising a single child.
A go-to book for all parents that effectively brings home a simple truth: allowing your child to
take control of his life is the best way to raise a successful and happy child!