Dec 29, 2017
Show 2030 John Rosemond- The Six Essentials of Parental Authority and What Derailed Child-Rearing.
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Segment 1- Shift in Paradigm Derailed Child-Rearing
In this broadcast, John discusses the effects of the shift from Biblically-based childrearing to a psychological approach that happened in the late 1960s and early 1970s. 01-12-2017
Segment 2- The Six Essentials of Parental Authority
In this broadcast, John outlines his six essential of parental authority. 09-09-2017
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John Rosemond is the nation’s leading parenting expert and provides common-sense advice for raising your children. John is a nationally syndicated columnist, author and public speaker, delivering over 200 presentations annually to parents, teachers and professional groups. His audiences are left feeling empowered, educated and entertained.
A family psychologist by license, John points out to all his audiences that “psychology has caused more problems than it has solved for American parents.” John’s mission is to be a counter-weight to the psychological parenting paradigm that was sold to America in the late 1960s/early 1970s, restore commonsense to the raising of children, and give parents the guidance needed to raise happy, well-mannered children who will, as adults, contribute value to culture and society.