Now available in paperback! discover Dr. Dobson's biblical guidance on handling today's most pressing issues with young girls : body image, eating disorders, self-esteem, peer pressure, and academic demands. Based on extensive research and radiating his good-humored, down-to-earth style, this wisdom-packed guide will help you equip your daughters to meet our culture's challenges and become healthy, happy, and successful women.
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Customer Reviews for Bringing Up Girls: Practical Advice and Encouragement for Those Shaping the Next Generation of Women
Review 1 for Bringing Up Girls: Practical Advice and Encouragement for Those Shaping the Next Generation of Women
Date:September 6, 2013
This book tells it like it should be and informs parents of the dangers or raising a girl in today's world. Also very encouraging to parents as to the God ordained authority we should be confident to walk in.
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Review 2 for Bringing Up Girls: Practical Advice and Encouragement for Those Shaping the Next Generation of Women
James Dobson released Bringing Up Boys in 2001. That year we added a fourth daughter to our family. I remember thinking "What about those of us with girls?" I have enjoyed reading about raising children and parenting since the birth of our first daughter. By the time Bringing Up Girls was released, we were ever deeper in the girl pool, having added another daughter to the mix. When I saw Bringing Up Girls being offered to review from The Tyndale Blog Network I was excited.
After I started reading Bringing Up Girls, my excitement quickly disappeared. It wasn't keeping my interest. I tried several times to finish it but never did. The book is filled with statistics, there were a lot to take in. The fact that girls need their fathers as a positive, Christian role model in their lives is really emphasize, which I agree with one hundred percent.
I can't say exactly why I could not get into this book. One thought is that while I'm not a parenting expert, I am an experienced parent when it comes to raising girls. I think this book would be good for expecting parents or first time parents of girls. James Dobson shows the reader the importance of raising children in a Biblical and Godly manner.
I received a free copy of this book from Tyndale House Publishers in exchange for my honest review.
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Review 3 for Bringing Up Girls: Practical Advice and Encouragement for Those Shaping the Next Generation of Women
Girls, girls, girls....I have two of them and let me tell you, they are not easy. They cry about anything, everything, and sometimes nothing at all. They are super emotional, unlike myself. What a blessing their daddy is at times like these. After I had my son, we got the book Bringing Up Boys, and I can't tell you how much help that book was. After my girls I remember asking God in passing why we didn't have one for girls. NOW WE DO! This book started off with how the media, fashion, and toy industries are ruining the innocence of our daughters at such a young age. Just look at the dolls they have for girls these days. Half clothed Barbies and life size matching ones for our very own girls. Thanks, but I'll pass! "Girls not only possess a compassionate and gentle spirit, but they can also be catty, rebellious, and downright brutal to their peers." Oh yes, I have experienced this with both of my girls. Not so much with their peers outside of our home, but very much so towards each other. They are 3 and 4 years old so they battle over everything some days. Then we have those days when they are best friends, giving hugs and kisses, and sharing with one another. This book covers great topics such as girls and their mothers, fathers and daughters, their obsession with beauty, and many more.
Dr. James Dobson has done it again!
I received this book from Tyndale for my honest review.