Raising Great Parents

How to Become the Parent Your Child Needs You to Be
Doone Estey
Beverley Cathcart-Ross
Martin Nash

“If you want to be a great parent, this book is for you. I'm going to recommend it to all the parents I work with.”
—LYNN LOTT, MFT, best-selling co-author of numerous Positive Discipline books and manuals

“Copies of this book will bristle with bookmarks and sticky note reminders as readers find the information and exercises they need to become great parents.”
—EMMA WAVERMAN, parenting writer and co-author of Whining and Dining: Mealtime Survival for Picky Eaters and the Families Who Love Them

“... provides balanced, hopeful, and responsive interactions that will contribute to a healthy, long-term legacy for families. Highly recommended.”
—MARION BALLA, Family Therapist and Educator and President of the Adlerian Counselling and Consulting Group, Ottawa, Ontario

“... nails a new parenting model for a modern world that respects authority less and questions everything more. I came to these conclusions raising my own kids. If I'd had this book I'd have jump-started the process.”
—DON TAPSCOTT, bestselling author of fifteen books, most recently Radical Openness

 “My own life was transformed when I first found out how to apply these principles, and this book is a great way to learn and practice them.”
—LINDA J. PAGE, Ph.D., President of Adler School of Professional Studies and co-author of Coaching with the Brain in Mind: Foundations for Practice

 “At last, here is all the guidance, encouragement, and practical advice every parent needs to raise children in a respectful, harmonious way ...”
—GILL DEACON, radio host, television broadcaster, and author of There's Lead in Your Lipstick