A time-tested parenting book with over 900,000 copies sold!
Now updated to address technology use, screen time, and social media.
Designed for preschool and beyond, this helpful and practical psychology-based parenting method is an invaluable guide for all parents! Teach your children healthy responsibility and encourage their character growth from a young age. Learn to establish healthy boundaries with your children through easy-to-implement steps without anger, threats, nagging, or power struggles.
Trusted by generations of parents, counselors, and teachers to lovingly raise responsible children, Parenting with Love and Logic includes solutions for dozens of specific topics such as:
- Managing screen time
- Grades and report cards
- Getting ready for school
- Peer pressure
- Navigating crisis situations and grief
- And much more!
Each issue is indexed for easy reference. Learn how to tame tempers and re-establish a calm, healthy relationship and positive communication with your child today!
“This is as close to an owner’s manual for parents as you will find. Now, parents can embrace mistakes as wonderful learning opportunities to raise respectful, responsible, and caring children.” —Gloria Sherman, MA, MED, LPC, cofounder, Parenting Partnership
“I have been delighted to share the powerful yet simple wisdom of Jim Fay and Foster Cline with my counseling clients. The principles in Parenting with Love and Logic are practical, proven techniques that keep parents on track to raising responsible, loving, confident children.” —Carol R. Cole, PhD, LMFT
*“*Parenting with Love and Logic is a terrific book for parents that provides important concepts and practical solutions to help children become emotionally, socially, and morally healthy.” —Terry M. Levy, PhD, codirector of Evergreen Psychotherapy Center; coauthor of Attachment, Trauma, and Healing
*“*Parenting with Love and Logic is an essential component for our schools, parents, and teachers. Thousands of families have been positively impacted by the love and logic principles.” —Leonard R. Rezmierski, PhD, superintendent support administrator, Wayne RESA