Sunday, September 28, 2014

Parenting for the Launch By: Dennis Trittin and Arlyn Lawrence

Key strategies for parents of teens in the crucial window before that launch into the real world. Learn how to set them up for success through effective communication, valuing and cultivating their unique strengths, and empowering versus control. Help your teens build a strong personal leadership foundation that will enable them to live successful, independent lives of purpose, integrity, and impact.

 About the Author

Dennis Trittin is a successful money manager, author, and educator committed to helping young people reach their full potential and demonstrate lives of purpose, responsibility, character, and impact. As the author of What I Wish I Knew at 18: Life Lessons for the Road Ahead and president and CEO of LifeSmart Publishing, Trittin is a passionate advocate for providing teens with the best possible launch into adult life. 

Arlyn Lawrence serves as editor, curriculum designer, co-author, seminar leader, and general representative for LifeSmart Publishing. She has served families and educators in numerous community and faith-based organizations, including over fifteen years as a director of education and special programs for teens and children. Arlyn is also a frequent writer and speaker on the topic of character, personal development, and relationships for children and families. She and her husband are the parents of five children and grandparents of two. 

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Parenting for the Launch

By: Dennis Trittin

       Arlyn Lawrence

I am now at the point this can help with grandchildren.  Did I do a perfect job raising my children probably not but I am proud of how they have grown up. Does that mean a life that has went perfect for them? No they are learning by their mistakes.  This book is a guide to help direct your children to leave home and be able to  fly with their own set of wings and not by apron strings.  This book will give you guidelines to help your child soar to adulthood.   I think this book would be great for anyone raising children. 


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