You Can’t Make Me author, Cynthia Ulrich Tobias, provides helpful and practical tips to parents of a strong-willed child on CBN’s 700 Club.
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Sep 18, 2012 | 192 Pages
Sep 18, 2012 | 208 Pages
Sep 18, 2012 |
Praise for You Can’t Make Me (But I Can Be Persuaded)
“I love the practical strategies and valuable insights from the hearts and lives of strong-willed kids—including Cynthia herself! You’ll definitely want to make this book part of your parenting library.”
—Dr. Kevin Leman, New York Times best-selling author of Have a New Kid by Friday
“In You Can’t Make Me, Cynthia Tobias provides help and hope for all of us with a strong-willed child of any age. Her extremely practical and time-tested tips will show you how to provide the strong-willed child love balanced with limits, relationship balanced with rules, coaching balanced with cheerleading, and discipleship balanced with discipline. This book will be worth its weight in gold to you and your strong-willed child.”
—Walt Larimore, MD, best-selling author of God’s Design for the Highly Healthy Teen and Why A.D.H.D. Doesn’t Mean Disaster
“Parenting was never designed to be easy, and parenting a strong-willed child can be daunting. Cynthia Tobias has written a book designed to encourage parents to celebrate their children—yes, even if they are strong willed! I love how she has provided tried and true strategies that will bring out the best in our children. Her inclusion of stories from parents who are ‘in the trenches’ serves to remind us that successful parenting is possible for all of us. I love Cynthia’s wisdom, but her heart for children made me love this book!”
—Janet Parshall, nationally syndicated talk-show host
“At Focus on the Family, we often hear from parents who are frustrated and burned out by their strong-willed kids. Cynthia Tobias’s book is tailor-made for them. It will help moms and dads not only address the challenges but also embrace the blessings of having a strong-willed child.”
—Jim Daly, president of Focus on the Family
“You Can’t Make Me is a must-read for every parent of a strong-willed child. Cynthia Tobias is the go-to expert on this subject, and you can’t afford to miss out on her incredibly helpful guidance. This book is insightful, grounded, and immeasurably practical. Read it today and start bringing out the best in your strong-willed child!”
—Drs. Les and Leslie Parrott, authors of The Parent You Want to Be
“What a great book! So simple yet so profound. Time and time again I have recommended this book to teachers and parents. Growing up a strong-willed child and having one, I know firsthand how valuable the tools and ideas are in this book. Every parent and teacher should read this!”
—Mary Rice Hopkins, popular family/children’s recording artist
192 pages | Published by WaterBrook
On Sale Date: Sep 18, 2012
Trim Size: 5-3/16 x 8
Carton Quantity: 24
In You Can't Make Me (But I Can Be Persuaded), Cynthia Tobias looks into the mindset of "strong-willed children" and provides useful strategies for parents and caregivers to effectively correct behavior without harming the relationship with the child. I ordered this book with hopes of receiving advice on how to handle situations where I had often felt locked in a power-struggle with my toddler. For that purpose, book succeeded. Throughout the...
I have 4 kids and they are all pretty strong willed. However, my youngest son is completely by far the most challenging of them all. Some days I really worry about him some days because he is SO defiant. He isn't aggressive about it or mean, but just steadfast in his defiance with any authority. He is going to do what he wants to do no matter what the rules are or what he's been told. After reading this book, I'm realizing that I am a...
The reality of the difficulty of parenting is something for which I am increasingly becoming aware. With that said, it is the most satisfying duty I have ever had. An important element of being a parent is that of knowing how to properly approach your child's behavior which includes understanding their personality and what the Proverbs call their bent. Those with children who have what could be labeled as an overly expressive demeanor are...
High praises for Cynthia to write this book to help those of us struggling with strong willed children. I have a teenage boy that is very strong willed and with this has caused a lot of friction in our home since he learned to walk at a young age of 8 1/2 months. It has been really hard to handle his defiance (which is what I thought it was for the longest time) and his desire to always be his way or the highway. The more we tried to correct...
About the Book: Turn Conflict into Cooperation Many parents suspect their strong-willed child is deliberately trying to drive them crazy. Difficult to discipline and seemingly impossible to motivate, these children present unique, exhausting, and often-frustrating challenges to the those who love them. But strong will is not a negative trait. These same children have firm convictions, high spirits, a sense of adventure--all the...