The Ultimate Parenting Guide written by Lawrence Bradley, MA, LMFT
"Parenting can keep you on your toes. It can challenge your sense of effectiveness. There is a source that underwrites effective parenting and that is learning how to influence a healthy belief system in your children.
Our desire to look at our parenting styles and interactions with our children may be influenced by recent scientific discoveries of anatomy and physiology. Our ability to now peer at physiological structures, such as cells and DNA; and watch how these structures respond to environmental influences informs us on how individual belief and behavior are shaped within our children."
Fundamentally, it is the child’s personal assessment of self, the experienced identity which shapes the child’s personal belief system. Whatever that belief system is, it is from that source that the child’s thoughts and behaviors are organized. LEARN MORE...
The study of Epigentics, Neuroplasticity and Neurogenisis has allowed us to peer inside our physiology to see how our interactions effect cellular function. Both Neuroplasticity and Neurogenesis demonstrate that every person is capable of psychological and physiological change. LEARN MORE...
Offering information from psychology to science, The Greatest in the Kingdom gave me a completely different outlook on parenting. It became clear that consciously deciding to respond to, rather than unconsciously react to, our children has a positive effect on their personal belief systems and future capabilities.
When we turn on parental “cruise-control” too frequently, we miss some of the best opportunities to intentionally engage with our kids. In the process, we deprive them of valuable experiences from which they can learn to create their own patterns for happiness and success.
Lawrence Bradley, MA, LMFT has generously shared countless hours of his personal research, observations, and experiences as a licensed therapist. One could easily spend thousands of dollars in therapy just to gain access to the information contained in this book."