"Intentional Parenting: Autopilot is for Planes" seeks to help parents learn more about themselves as they seek to become the best parents they can be.
The authors are from the Daystar Counseling in Nashville, Tennessee. Their goal is to help parents get off of "autopilot" and begin to hold onto the wheel and fly. As a parent, it is too easy to put life on autopilot and coast. However, the goal of the authors is to help each parent learn more about themselves and about their children.
The book addresses issues such as patience, being consistent and connected to your child, balanced, playful, encouraging, spiritual, intentional and even a 'grown-up' parent.
The hope in the end is that life will be less stressful and more enjoyable for parents and children. That's a great goal to shoot at. I would recommend this book for parents to read.
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