1001 Ways to Connect With Your Kids
"1001 Ways to Connect with Your Kids" is a book for Christian parents who want to "connect" with their kids on a deeper level but lack specific ideas for doing so. The primary purpose of the book is to establish...
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"1001 Ways to Connect with Your Kids" is a book for Christian parents who want to "connect" with their kids on a deeper level but lack specific ideas for doing so. The primary purpose of the book is to establish parents as the source of understanding and to help their kids through intentional and consistent actions. It contains creative and insightful ideas for parents to build up and reinforce relationships.
1. What To Say; Words That Create Connection2. What To Do: Actions That Create Connection3. People Who Need People: Friends Who Create Connection4. Hard Times: How Problems Create Connection5. Special Connections: Getting A Little Closer272 Pages
Feeling disconnected from your kids? Here's help. And hope. This book shows you how to connect_and then how to maximize the opportunity. Here are 1,001 ideas you can put to use starting today! *Interesting topics to discuss *Connecting with and through their friends *Projects that build relationship *Ways to show how proud you are *Connecting with the ones who aren't like you *Making a comeback after blowing itIn short, you'll find creative, insightful ways to build up and reinforce your relationships with your kids. So get going! (Hey, it's gonna take a long time to use up all 1,001.) And enjoy the connection.
JAMES R. LUCAS is President & CEO of Luman Consultants International, Inc. A recognized authority on leadership and organizational development, he is dedicated to developing passionate, thinking, high-performance leaders, people, teams, and organizations. Jim is the author of thirteen previous books, including The Passionate Organization, Fatal Illusions, and Balance of Power. He is also an award-winning senior faculty member of the American Management Association (where he has led its premier course, The Course for Presidents) and has taught in the School of Professional Studies at Rockhurst