Monday, May 30, 2016

Mother and Son: The Respect Effect- Review and Giveaway!!

Lately I have been struggling with the "respect" issue with my 
oldest son. He is growing more and more stubborn the older he gets. I love him with all my heart but there has been a huge lack of respect, on both sides. This book has really been beneficial and has opened my eyes when it comes to how I parent and show respect to my son. Just like grown men need to be respected and honored, our little men need that as well. I had no idea it was such an important thing to my growing boys. This book was very informative and helpful. I love how in every chapter, it tells you specifically how to show respect or talk to your boy... It has different instructions/
suggestions on how to deal with both the older boy and younger boy. And it has all of the biblical resources in each chapter as well, which is so important! This book has really been an eye opener and has made me think twice about how I respect and talk to my sons. I highly encourage any mom, no matter the ages of their sons, to read this book! It will definitely improve your relationship with your son!

About the Book:
A new book from W Publishing Group/HarperCollins asks you to consider the all–important mother/son relationship in a new way: respect, as in the mother should respect the son

About the Author:
Dr. Emerson Eggerichsauthor of Love and Respect – a landmark book that transformed millions of marital relationships – is launching his latest book, Mother & Son: The Respect Effect.
In Mother & Son, Dr. Eggerichs proposes that while showing love is important to a son, showing him respect is key to his heart, and what will transform the mother/son relationship. Of course, to a lot of people, that will sound backwards – shouldn’t it start with the son respecting the mother??

Since the importance of the mother/son relationship crosses all age/race/religion barriers, this is a topic applicable to all – regardless if they agree or disagree with Dr. Eggerichs’ method. 

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1 comment:

  1. My sons and I show respect to each other by not interrupting each other when we speak and by telling each other "I love you" as much as possible. I also try to encourage them as often as I can.