Ethics for Kids

[amazon asin=157912948X&template=thumbleft&chan=default]Michael Parker, author of Talk with Your Kids.
Topic:
Conversations about ethics and more.
Issues: Where do kids get their values? Why learning to think consciously about ethics is at least important to our children as academic learning; Conversation starters about honesty, friendships, sensitivity, fairness, dedication, and more; ground rules for conversations with your kids.

Morality and Ethics + Drilling for Manood + Overcoming Perfectionism

[amazon asin=157912948X&template=thumbleft&chan=default]Michael Parker, author of Talk with Your Kids.
Topic:
Conversations about ethics and more.
Issues: Where do kids get their values? Why learning to think consciously about ethics is at least important to our children as academic learning; Conversation starters about honesty, friendships, sensitivity, fairness, dedication, and more; ground rules for conversations with your kids.


[amazon asin=1433680718&template=thumbleft&chan=default]John Croyle, author of The Two-Minute Drill to Manhood.
Topic:
A proven game plan for raising sons.
Issues: The seven actionable principles of M-A-N-H-O-O-D: Master, Ask and listen; Never compromise; Handle your business; One purpose; One body; Don’t ever give up.


[amazon asin=B00ERNVY88&template=thumbleft&chan=default]Ann W. Smith, author of Overcoming Perfectionism.
Topic:
Finding the key to balance and self-acceptance.
Issues: The key differences between overt and covert perfectionism; the role early attachment temperament, sibling relationships, and life circumstances play in develping patterns of perfectionism; how to create change and a more fulfilling life.

Teach Your Children Well + Organization for Sensory Children

[amazon asin=0062196847&template=thumbleft&chan=default]Madeline Levine, author of Teach Your Children Well.
Topic:
Why values and coping skills matter more than grades, trophies, and “fat envelopes.”
Issues: Learning to shift our focus from the excesses of hyperparenting and the unhealthy reliance on our children for status and meaning to a parenting style that concentrates on both enabling academic success and developing a sense of purpose and well-being.

[amazon asin=1451664281&template=thumbleft&chan=default]Carolyn Dalgliesh, author of The Sensory Child Gets Organized.
Topic:
Proven systems for rigid, anxious, or distracted kids
Issues: What is a sensory child? What makes your sensory child tick? Using structure and routines to connect with your child; preparing your child for sensory and school experiences.