Raising Bully-Proof Kids

With a little help, parents can raise assertive, confident, bully proof children While he shows parents how to avoid over parenting and how to instill the virtues of toughness, wisdom, and courage, Paul Coughlin paints a clear picture of the real Jesus, not just the meek and mild side often presented to children By shaping confident and virtuous children, parents are givWith a little help, parents can raise assertive, confident, bully proof children While he shows parents how to avoid over parenting and how to instill the virtues of toughness, wisdom, and courage, Paul Coughlin paints a clear picture of the real Jesus, not just the meek and mild side often presented to children By shaping confident and virtuous children, parents are giving them the tools to live a happy and abundant life.
Raising Bully Proof Kids With a little help parents can raise assertive confident bully proof children While he shows parents how to avoid over parenting and how to instill the virtues of toughness wisdom and courage Pa

  • Title: Raising Bully-Proof Kids
  • Author: Paul Coughlin
  • ISBN: 9780800788131
  • Page: 359
  • Format: Paperback
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    • Jen said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 15:11 PM

      I appreciate Coughlin's thesis -- we need to teach our children to stand up for themselves and others. However, the logic he uses in attempting to prove his point is so convoluted that at times it's offensive. Some examples:He often gives examples from his experience as a soccer coach (such as on p. 68, when talking about overprotective mothers -- BTW, he never talks about any inappropriate behavior of fathers of soccer players) and uses these examples to extrapolate the idea that the behaviors [...]

    • Stevie said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 15:11 PM

      I didn't feel much of this book connected with me or applied to my children. I'm far from an overprotective parent, which was a big part of his book, and while I belong to a Christian church (some might argue that, but let's not go there!), I absolutely could not identify with his description of Christian kids with no backbone- children who had been taught to be nice so long they had lost their assertiveness. I see how, women and girls especially, often spend too much time making other's happy o [...]

    • Heather Burden said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 15:11 PM

      Seems to be another of this author's books verbatim. Only the title differs.

    • Brian Walker said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 15:11 PM

      Coughlin spent a lot of time defining courage. Last few chapters had some great stories, just wish he spent more time telling how to instill the virtue of courage in little ones.

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