Raising Accountable Kids
“When I read Raising Accountable Kids, I was awestruck by the content – so desperately needed in our world today. I immediately ordered 50 copies for a district sponsored event for parents!”
– T. Cordrey, Superintendent of Schools
Raising great children isn’t easy, but it can be done. Personal accountability begins at home with responsible parenting!
In a world that seems void of personal responsibility, moms and dads can make a difference by practicing personal accountability in their parenting on a daily basis–while teaching it to their children.
The new “RAK” book contains over 125 challenging discussion questions, making it not only an outstanding learning tool for moms and dads but also a perfect small group curriculum! In “RAK,” parents will learn how to …
- Model personal accountability and humility
- Do the hard stuff when the kids are young
- Know when and why to discipline
- Define parenting “absolutes”
- Take action on the small things now
- Define the role of grandparents
- Move beyond regret
- Transfer your values to your kids
- Reduce family stress
- Build trust within the home
- Eliminate blame, complaining, victim thinking, and procrastination
- Defend the family from entitlement thinking
- Share ten lessons about money
- Adapt to change as the kids grow
- Prepare children for effective living
- Teach QBQ! to the children
Written by John and Karen Miller–parents of seven and grandparents to seven–this powerful and practical handbook is ideal for parents, grandparents, and anyone else concerned with raising accountable kids.
Meet John and Karen Miller of Denver, Colorado …