- the power to choose
- the right to be a unique individual
- a sense of personal responsibility for their choices
- a sense of personal responsibility what happens in their lives
strong sense of personal responsibility…
by denny hagel on April 3, 2011
The C.P.R. Program
It's NEVER too late
WHAT READERS ARE SAYING...
"Just received Mini-Me Syndrome and can't believe I have been guilty of exactly what you describe. I consider myself a conscious parent and yet I never realized how I was sabotaging my kids. Thanks Denny for writing this." ~Donna Brenker
I encourage everyone to take advantage of this free e-Book. The information in "Becoming an Awakened Parent"has encouraged me to really think about what I want for my children. I have a clear idea now of how to help them be successful. ~Tracy Halley
LOOK WHO'S TALKING
"Wow, Denny. This is great. It makes such good sense to make them think about what they want and why they want it. I sure wish someone would have guided me to critical thinking and decision making as a young girl, perhaps it wouldn't be so difficult today. Thanks for putting this out there for our parents of today, good stuff for our leaders of tomorrow."
"Denny, this is a great example of helping our children operate in their true identity, going against the common current of peer dependency. I can't help but wonder what it would be like if we all raised our children (and were raised this way ourselves) without control, fear, and shame - the three most common motivators and effects. Thank you for speaking up for the next generation!"
"Hi Denny, Wish I had read this 30 years ago when I was raising my 4 children! They ultimately did turn out to be wonderful, loving, and amazing adults who now all have children of their own. Your information is timeless and I can continue to use it with my Grandchildren. Thanks!"
"Denny, thank you so very much for giving me tools to be a better parent..! It's obvious how much you care....."
"Denny ... Where were you 50 years ago ...??? I was brought up in a dictatorship and it totally colored all of my relationships for a very long time. I don't have any children of my own, but I was responsible for managing lots of people from diverse backgrounds, so I can totally relate to what you wrote here. Only when I moved from "it's my way or the highway" to "let's work on this together and give me feedback on what is going on for you" was I able to create cohesive, top-performing teams. The residue of childhood goes with all of us for a long time. Excellent info !!"
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