Dr. Kevin Leman humorously says of children, “We have seen the enemy, and they are small. They’re unionized. The ‘ankle-biter battalion’ is on the move, so you better have a game plan.”
I’m sure many parents would heartily agree with that assessment. To that end, Dr. Leman is with us on our program “Game Plan for Raising Well-Behaved Children” to share a wealth of practical tips that can bring order to the chaos in your home more quickly than you might think possible.
After all, with book titles like It’s Your Kid, Not a Gerbil and Have a New Kid by Friday, you know you’re going to get more helpful advice than you can shake a stick at – like understanding the four goals for your child’s misbehavior.
Dr. Leman says children behave badly for a reason. Once you identify the need they’re seeking to fill through their bad behavior, you’ll be better equipped to help them learn to seek attention in positive ways and to develop godly character.
Along with Dr. Leman, we were also joined by a gallery of nearly two dozen parents who asked some great questions that I know you’ll want to hear the answers to.
Whether you’re an expectant parent, have a house full of toddlers, or you’ve got teenagers testing the boundaries, Dr. Leman will help you conquer some of the day-to-day problems you’re dealing with at home. We’ll laugh and have some fun as we talk about his best-selling book Making Children Mind Without Losing Yours.
Dr. Kevin Leman is a speaker, the author of more than 50 books, and a frequent guest on several national television and radio programs. His resources and a CD or download of our conversation with him is available through our online bookstore.