Even the best-informed parents will be shocked to discover that they have unintentionally been sending their kids the wrong messages. In this book, these hidden messages are revealed through intriguing stories that will make you laugh, cry, and reflect upon your own family life. Hidden Messages will teach you about yourself and encourage you to look at what's really going on between you and your children. Through specific action plans, it will help you uncover the best ways to raise your children to be happy, successful people.
its ok, a one time read and I now I am going to donate to library. Should have just got it from the library.Published 1 month ago by amanda
I have not finished the book yet. But I should say that I am very happy I picked up this one. I am learning many things that otherwise I would have never thought about. Read morePublished on May 16 2011 by Cocoya
Powerful is the only word to describe this book. I can't believe the impact it can have on your life. Read morePublished on April 19 2004 by "gabbyraja"
Powerful eye-opening messages that expose the errors in our innocent daily actions with our children. Each chapter opens with a very typical and common parent-child situation. Read morePublished on March 3 2004 by Reader
You THINK you know, but sometimes you are fooled. There are things that this book uncovered for me that showed me the error or my way of thinking. Read morePublished on May 16 2003 by Amy K
I could not stop reading this book! The short stories make it so interesting that I couldn't wait to read the next. Read morePublished on Feb. 27 2003
Our son is only 2 1/2, and a lot of the stories in this book apply more to kids who are a little older, so it has served us more as a warning before we have a chance to send many... Read morePublished on Feb. 3 2003 by "mhalletts"
I love this book. It gives real life examples of common parent behavior that have surprising implications and influence on kids. Read morePublished on Oct. 29 2001 by Amazon Customer
I love the format of this book and the messages it accompanies. You read a story about a parenting situation and think, well, I do that, what's the big deal? Read morePublished on Aug. 20 2001 by Samantha Francis