by Stephen F. Ledoux
The Power of Positive Parenting, Study Questions by Stephen Ledoux
These study questions were designed to increase the reader’s benefit from interacting with the book by prompting and guiding the reader’s learning and to focus the reader’s attention.
Glenn Latham says, what I want parents to understand is that short term compliance achieved using coercive means does not lead to long term gains. . . . The skills taught in The Power of Positive Parenting use non-coercive positive methods to achieve both short and long term compliance and gains.
This book of study questions, when used as designed, will greatly help readers of The Power of Positive Parenting to better learn those skills.