Sunday, June 5, 2011

Secure Daughters, Confident Sons by Glenn Stanton

In this day in age when we hear news stories about parents raising their child genderless, it's important to remember that it's okay to have a boy; or a girl. It's okay to treat them specifically to their gender.

In Secure Daughters, Confident Sons, Glenn Stanton will offer up a lot of helpful advice for parents worrying about how to raise their children in this pluralistic world.

You'll read important truths about how it's okay if you find your son playing with his sister's dolls or if your daughter likes something other than frilly dresses and Barbies.

You'll hear things on how boys and girls mature and how they work in their environment as only they can.

This is a great breath of fresh air following the suffocating smog of "tolerant parenting".

Secure Daughters, Confident Sons: How Parents Guide Their Children into Authentic Masculinity and Femininity

This book was provided for review, at no cost, by WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing.

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