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Seasons of Parenting: An Interview with John Rosemond

Vol. 112, Prg. 51–55
July 16–20, 2012

To everything there is a season. We’ve all heard of the seasons of life, but what about seasons of parenting? Parenting author John Rosemond joins host Mike Smith this week to encourage you to consider the season that you are in as a parent. Learn how to prepare for the next season of parenting, whether your child is an infant or adult!

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Parenting Comes in Seasons
Taking the Terrible Out of the Twos
Leadership Parenting
What to Do with a Teen
Where Do We Go from Here?


John Rosemond
John has worked with families, children, and parents since 1971 in the field of family psychology. In 1990, John left his private practice and has been writing and speaking full-time ever since. John is syndicated in approximately 250 newspapers nationwide and he has written 11 best-selling parenting books including: The Diseasing of America’s Children: Exposing the ADHD Fiasco and Empowering Parents to Take Back Control, Parenting by The Book, The Well-Behaved Child: Discipline that REALLY Works!, Making the “Terrible” Two’s Terrific!, and Teen-Proofing: A Revolutionary Approach to Fostering Responsible Decision Making in Your Teenager.

All of his professional accomplishments aside, John is quick to remind folks that his real qualifications are that he’s been married to the same woman for 40 years, is the father of two successful adults, and the grandfather of seven children…make that seven well-behaved grandchildren!

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