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  1. 4 out of 5

    Píaras Cíonnaoíth

    A simple and practical approach... We live in more of an ‘entitled’ society today whether people want to admit it or not. In the past, youngsters were more self-reliant and did not wait for society or their parents to solve all their problems. It was just a ‘given’ most children born a few decades ago, expected to earn what they got and did not expect to be showered with solutions or money to solve all their problems. This one fact made all the difference in their environment. When a child has to A simple and practical approach... We live in more of an ‘entitled’ society today whether people want to admit it or not. In the past, youngsters were more self-reliant and did not wait for society or their parents to solve all their problems. It was just a ‘given’ most children born a few decades ago, expected to earn what they got and did not expect to be showered with solutions or money to solve all their problems. This one fact made all the difference in their environment. When a child has to ‘work’ for something they want instead of having it handed to them without any effort or sacrifice, in the end, it makes a different person out of your child. And a better one at that. Raising resilient children is an important matter that facilitates children to achieve success in today's world. Children face many challenges in their family and external environments in this unique time in history. How Parents Can Raise Resilient Children by Frank Dixon will prepare your child for the ‘real tough world of adulthood by instilling them with principles of love, self-discipline, and independent thinking.’ Highly recommended for savvy parents looking for ways to help their children.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sindy Castellanos

    It is vital to give to your children the tools that will help them succeed and achieve their personal fulfillment. This short guide offers steps that, in a reasonable and easy way to follow, will guide you in helping them acquire the basic habits to face life in a holistic, positive and constructive way. _____________ Es vital dar a los hijos las herramientas que les ayudarán a triunfar y alcanzar su realización personal. Esta breve guía ofrece pasos que, de forma razonable y fácil de seguir, te g It is vital to give to your children the tools that will help them succeed and achieve their personal fulfillment. This short guide offers steps that, in a reasonable and easy way to follow, will guide you in helping them acquire the basic habits to face life in a holistic, positive and constructive way. _____________ Es vital dar a los hijos las herramientas que les ayudarán a triunfar y alcanzar su realización personal. Esta breve guía ofrece pasos que, de forma razonable y fácil de seguir, te guiarán en ayudarles a adquirir los hábitos básicos para afrontar la vida de forma integral, positiva y constructiva.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Celeste

    “How Parents Can Raise Resilient Children” is a compelling book written by Frank Dixon, which comprises in less than a hundred pages clever and sensible advice for parents to assure their children’s wellbeing. When we think of becoming parents and raising our children, we tend to copy and replicate our own experience as sons or daughters and the relationship with our parents. I think that this is not bad but, as the author explains, times change as well as children’s behaviour and relation with “How Parents Can Raise Resilient Children” is a compelling book written by Frank Dixon, which comprises in less than a hundred pages clever and sensible advice for parents to assure their children’s wellbeing. When we think of becoming parents and raising our children, we tend to copy and replicate our own experience as sons or daughters and the relationship with our parents. I think that this is not bad but, as the author explains, times change as well as children’s behaviour and relation with the environment. So, parents need to update the ways in which they instill principles and values. We shouldn’t tell our children how to behave or what to think, but give them the tools to assess and interpret their reality, in order to become self-sufficient and resilient human beings. I really liked this book and I enjoyed reading it. It is very clear in its explanations and easy to follow and understand. I highly recommend it.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Carol M.

    Helpful and motivating As it was the case with the other Frank Dixon’s books about parenting, ‘How parents can raise resilient children’ is a useful and practical book. He makes emphasis on how hard it is nowadays to raise our kids but he insists on the fact that we, as parents, have to prepare and guide them to be responsible, independent and self-reflective individuals. He adopts a straightforward approach as he shows himself as being empathetic towards parents and at the same time, he offers p Helpful and motivating As it was the case with the other Frank Dixon’s books about parenting, ‘How parents can raise resilient children’ is a useful and practical book. He makes emphasis on how hard it is nowadays to raise our kids but he insists on the fact that we, as parents, have to prepare and guide them to be responsible, independent and self-reflective individuals. He adopts a straightforward approach as he shows himself as being empathetic towards parents and at the same time, he offers pieces of advice which are realistic and useful. It is a short book which is simple to follow and the ideas are easily conveyed. Being a parent makes me wonder all the time if I am raising my kids correctly and as Dixon writes, it is a long journey and we have to try our best. This book offers a motivating and encouraging message, which for me it was really helpful.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kristina Stone thomas

    I received this book as a giveaway. It didn’t impact my reviewing of this book. There is nothing harmful about reading this 60-page book, but if you wanted to learn more about raising resilient children, you can find much better resources. I work with families with children under three. Resilience and how to raise resilient children is often a topic of conversation. I will often pass along articles or book recommendations. I would not recommend this book to the parents I partner with or the othe I received this book as a giveaway. It didn’t impact my reviewing of this book. There is nothing harmful about reading this 60-page book, but if you wanted to learn more about raising resilient children, you can find much better resources. I work with families with children under three. Resilience and how to raise resilient children is often a topic of conversation. I will often pass along articles or book recommendations. I would not recommend this book to the parents I partner with or the other professionals I work with. This book is about as clear as mud. Resilient kids won’t take risks, but they need to take risks. Don’t let your kids do something that might be too hard for them, but make them try hard things. Don’t dwell on mistakes, but make sure to remind them of their mistakes. The writing was poor and the information was unclear.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Rachel Kester

    Do you want to help your kids become strong and independent adults? If so, this book by Frank Dixon is something to check out. Dixon describes the hardships of parenting, but also its joys. However, one of the toughest things for parents to learn is how to help their kids when their natural curiosity gets the best of them. Inside, you’ll discover steps you can use to help your kids learn from their mistakes, but also show that you’re always available to help. Dixon created a foundation of seven C’ Do you want to help your kids become strong and independent adults? If so, this book by Frank Dixon is something to check out. Dixon describes the hardships of parenting, but also its joys. However, one of the toughest things for parents to learn is how to help their kids when their natural curiosity gets the best of them. Inside, you’ll discover steps you can use to help your kids learn from their mistakes, but also show that you’re always available to help. Dixon created a foundation of seven C’s to do this which this book will go into great detail about. You’ll also find a handful of other useful tips you can implement. The author brings real-life examples into the book which can help you better identify with what is being said. At 60 pages, it’s not that long of a read making it great for those who want an informative read but who are on a tight schedule.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Carolina Solano

    Frank Dixon, the author of this wonderful book, suggests that parenting has evolved over the years, and that family structures have changed. This little book is a necessary guide for us as parents today. I understood that I must teach my children to be independent, resilient and emotionally intellectual so that they are ready to face this competitive world where we live. Each chapter touches on a different topic with intensity but using clear and practical language. Its narrative is very well orga Frank Dixon, the author of this wonderful book, suggests that parenting has evolved over the years, and that family structures have changed. This little book is a necessary guide for us as parents today. I understood that I must teach my children to be independent, resilient and emotionally intellectual so that they are ready to face this competitive world where we live. Each chapter touches on a different topic with intensity but using clear and practical language. Its narrative is very well organized, and each of the tips and strategies included in the book are positive and very easy to incorporate in raising our children. I took this book as a daily guide to raising my children, and I definitely recommend it.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Santiago Flores

    Being a parent is not an easy task and raising children is really a challenge. We live in a world very different from the one we were raised in, and we have to bear that in mind when educating our children. This read was certainly thought provoking; the author talks about how to teach our kids to be resilient, independent and honest. All this will form responsible adults that can face different situations. I found the narrative simple but interesting. It made me think about a great deal of things Being a parent is not an easy task and raising children is really a challenge. We live in a world very different from the one we were raised in, and we have to bear that in mind when educating our children. This read was certainly thought provoking; the author talks about how to teach our kids to be resilient, independent and honest. All this will form responsible adults that can face different situations. I found the narrative simple but interesting. It made me think about a great deal of things. I would recommend reading it, not only to parents, but to all those who have kids in the family.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Liz

    In these times we must support children and adolescents a lot. These are difficult times for everyone, but especially for them. They are the future and one of the most difficult responsibilities for adults is to prepare them for the world. “How Parents Can Raise Resilient Children” is a very complete guide that helps parents raise children for the world we are living in. Author Frank Dixon teaches us the benefits of raising resilient children. He also teaches us the 7 Cs of Building Resilience, P In these times we must support children and adolescents a lot. These are difficult times for everyone, but especially for them. They are the future and one of the most difficult responsibilities for adults is to prepare them for the world. “How Parents Can Raise Resilient Children” is a very complete guide that helps parents raise children for the world we are living in. Author Frank Dixon teaches us the benefits of raising resilient children. He also teaches us the 7 Cs of Building Resilience, Perseverance and Self-Confidence for kids. I really liked this reading and even though it is a short book, its essence is very powerful.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Brenda

    As a young adult, I wonder how parents and the educational system are evolving since I was a child. What captivated me in "How parents can raise resilient children" was the insight I was getting from the parents/educator's side. How their perspective on this topic affects the future thinking children are going to develop. Even though I was hoping to read more about it, I was pleased with the knowledge I got from Frank Dixon's book. I also like this idea that children have to grow knowing the wo As a young adult, I wonder how parents and the educational system are evolving since I was a child. What captivated me in "How parents can raise resilient children" was the insight I was getting from the parents/educator's side. How their perspective on this topic affects the future thinking children are going to develop. Even though I was hoping to read more about it, I was pleased with the knowledge I got from Frank Dixon's book. I also like this idea that children have to grow knowing the world is not all butterflies and rainbows, for that reason they need to know how to act when things get tough or plans don't work out as they imagined.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Kate Laird

    Okay but mostly common sense This book could really benefit from editing. The tone and word choices were a bit incongruous and gave me the impression the author was not a professional. Additionally, it felt like this was written by someone reflecting on how they were brought up and not on experience raising children. There were good points but sadly a lot was lost in the poor writing and approach.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jodi

    While this book had many good suggestions, most of which I have encountered in other books about parenting, I felt that the specific strategies, situations, and examples were lacking. It felt like one big theoretical piece of advice about how to be a perfect person/parent and model all of the things we want to see in our kids. Not incredibly helpful - maybe especially as we continue to struggle through the isolation and unique challenges of a pandemic.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Cynthia Fogt

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Already recommended this book onto other parents I've never heard of the 7c of resilience. Now I have, and I wish I had known about teaching my older children how to navigate this crazy world when they were young. I've already started working with my youngest son and I'm seeing more confidence already. I cannot recommend this book enough. It's worth every penny and then some. It's very easy to read and to implement new strategies with your child is easy enough to be subtle. Already recommended this book onto other parents I've never heard of the 7c of resilience. Now I have, and I wish I had known about teaching my older children how to navigate this crazy world when they were young. I've already started working with my youngest son and I'm seeing more confidence already. I cannot recommend this book enough. It's worth every penny and then some. It's very easy to read and to implement new strategies with your child is easy enough to be subtle.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Danielle LaFee

    This book has lots of great points to think about and implementation with your children. It's a fast red and very encouraging. It's also short and a quick read, which is nice but limits how much the author can dive into each theme. This book has lots of great points to think about and implementation with your children. It's a fast red and very encouraging. It's also short and a quick read, which is nice but limits how much the author can dive into each theme.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kellyanne Higgins

    This is a short, broad overview of concepts vital for building resilience in children. I would have liked to have seen more, including more specific strategies. I appreciate how it’s written in layperson’s terms.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jamie Grecco

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    Susie Lee

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    Frank Dixon

  19. 4 out of 5

    Brenda Rapp

  20. 4 out of 5

    Tanyce Lucas

  21. 5 out of 5

    Adam

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sierra (theintrovertslibrary)

  23. 5 out of 5

    Matt Thomas

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jenna Dixon

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jacki Cooper

  26. 5 out of 5

    Elisa Rose

  27. 4 out of 5

    ReeNa

  28. 5 out of 5

    Fei Gao

  29. 4 out of 5

    Christi Smith

  30. 4 out of 5

    Kyle

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