Motivate Your Child Action Plan

 Motivate Your Child Action Plan {Book review}

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Note:  This is a sponsored post.  I was provided a copy of the book, Motivate Your Child Action Plan, and monetary compensation for my time to read the book and write the review.  This post contains affiliate links.  For more details, please see my Disclaimers.  

I have four children.  Four boys.  Since I have had four, I have felt I have most things “parent-child” related under control.

I applied to do the review for Motivate Your Child Action Plan by Dr. Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller, RN, BSN, to see what suggestions might be offered for the “teenage years” which my oldest two are in or will be shortly.

I really appreciate the tone of the authors and how it is more of a workbook for the struggling parent than a “you have been parenting wrong all of these years” approach.  The later type of parenting “guide” really does not set well with me.  In fact, those types of books are the ones I put down never to read again.

I have read Motivate Your Child Action Plan and do plan to read it again and again.  The stories of parents and children alike with their struggles and successes were heartwarming and encouraging.  Each chapter build on the previous ones and walk you through which steps to take and when – or when not to take.

Since reading this book, I have noticed more of how I act (and react) to my children.  I need to work on myself some and I know Motivate Your Child Action Plan can help me focus on the areas which will benefit myself and my children the most.

I found while reading this book looking back on my own childhood and recognizing how things played out versus how they could have played out.  I have also been recalling past situations with my own children to determine how to better our family life in the future.

I look forward to reading this again with each son in mind.  I have put some of the suggestions to practice and they do work!  This motivates me to read this book again to learn more about how I can improve our family.

I know I will be able to pick up this book late at night to search its pages for answers on how to help me Motivate My Child and myself to be more positive and loving.  I guess you could say it is like having a family counselor in the home for those questions you just want some advice on here and there.

I hope you will check out Motivate Your Child Plan and pass this along to those friends and family members who might need some positive parenting encouragement.  This book is available from the book’s website or from Amazon.

Motivate Your Child Action Plan
Motivate Your Child Action Plan

I was happy to provide this book review.  All thoughts and opinions expressed in this post are my own.  Receiving the book and monetary compensation did not affect my views of this book or what it offers.




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