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Parenting: Superdads Guide to Parenting: Tips for Empowering Little Humans Nicholas Teti

Parenting: Superdads Guide to Parenting: Tips for Empowering Little Humans

Nicholas Teti

Published September 30th 2014
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Kindle Edition
55 pages
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 About the Book 

If you are a Dad who worries about losing the respect, admiration, and love of your children as they grow older- then read on, because this will be the most import book you ever own.I will never forget the day when my daughter was about a year old.MoreIf you are a Dad who worries about losing the respect, admiration, and love of your children as they grow older- then read on, because this will be the most import book you ever own.I will never forget the day when my daughter was about a year old. I was sitting on the couch as she was toddling around the living room exploring. I was keeping a watchful eye on her when suddenly a surge of love for her filled my entire body. So massive I swear my heart skipped a beat. I had never felt anything like that before. Next within a split second, an even bigger surge of fear came over me that actually brought tears to my eyes. I found myself horrified by the way my parents had raised me and my siblings. I was left without an ounce of respect nor admiration for them. Im not even sure if I even loved them. The distance between my parents and us kids was immeasurable, as a result of physical discipline and mental abuse starting at the age of four! Broken hearted, I looked at my beautiful innocent baby girl who hadnt asked to be born. I got up and went to her, picked her up and kissed her soft chubby rosy cheek. I thought to myself, how could parents become real life monsters in the raising of innocent children? In that moment I made a promise that I would never break! I promised my beautiful little girl, every day that I lived and breathed I would always love her, protect her and cherish her. I would never put any distance between our hearts no matter what the circumstances. I sweetly told her I would always strive to be an example for her, a real live superhero!Ten years later not only have I kept my promise to her, l have also created a specific approach to parenting that continues to strengthen our bond. In just eleven short chapters I present to you all that I have discovered over the last ten years. You will learn how to communicate with your children to create the respect, admiration, and the love you deserve that will last a life time! Its within your power to become a real Superhero to your children. A Superdad! And yes! All without having to wear spandex!You will discover:• How compromise will give you the super power to motivate your children to do the things kids never want to do, like homework, brushing their teeth and cleaning up after themselves. Harness this ability and you will win every time.• How finding common interests and being interested in the things that they are, will create a loving bond and admiration for you. A bond that other parents will envy.• How the unexplained word NO can negatively affect your children and what you can do to instill the work ethic of a Superhero to make sure they head down the right path!• How to stop the forming of negative beliefs that could secretly cripple your children with low self esteem and prevent them from becoming a Superhero themselves.• How to discover the ultimate secret right under your nose that will not only prevent a sliver of distance between you and your children, but bring you even closer together through the dreaded teenage years.• How to teach your children what they dont teach in school, that will help them become a Superhero of life!• How controlling your children unknowingly with their possessions and personal space negatively effects what makes all Superheroes great! Their sense of self determinism.• How to take a Superheroes approach to disciplining your children that increases respect and admiration for you instead of instilling fear and resentment in them.So...Do you want to be a Superdad... or not?