Cynthia Tobias, author of You Can’t Make Me! discusses parenting a strong-willed child on Portland’s KATU, AM Northwest. Discover helpful tips to help in the growing process, and how to turn it from a negative in your child’s life… to a positive! Click here to watch.
CNN’s HLN interview with Cleaning House author Kay Wills Wyma addresses the question, “Are we raising a generation of helpless kids?”
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For more HLN coverage on “How NOT to raise a spoiled brat!” and Cleaning House click here
Tune in to hear Glenn T. Stanton, author of Secure Daughters, Confident Sons, interview on In the Market With Janet Parshall. Click here to learn what a parent can do on a daily basis, to nurture a childrens God-given design, and avoid the pressure to conform to cultural demands.
Kay Wills Wyma, author of Cleaning House, is featured in The New York Times “Motherlode” blog. To read her “Let Them Climb Trees (And Fall)” parenting adventure, click here!
Cleaning House Author Kay Wills Wyma discusses how and why her “Mom’s 12 -Month Experiement to Rid Her Home of Youth Entitlement” all began! Click here to watch and learn.
Tune in to to watch Kay Wills Wyma, author of Cleaning House, interview on Fox & Friends. To watch, “Do Your Kids Think Money Grows on Trees” under Latest Videos, click here, “
What Would Your Life be Like if Anything Were Possible?
When Kay Wyma realized that an attitude of entitlement had crept into her home, this mother of five got some attitude of her own. Cleaning House is her account of a year-long campaign to introduce her kids to basic life skills. From making beds to grocery shopping to refinishing a deck chair, the Wyma family experienced for themselves the ways meaningful work can transform self-absorption into earned self-confidence and concern for others.
here.Mother-Daughter Duet co-author, Cheri Fuller, who wrote the book with her daughter, Ali Plum, is featured on FamilyLife.com with her article “Can A Mom Be Too Close to Her Daughter?” To read the answer to this question on mother-daughter relationships, click