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How to Really Love Your Child (Pocket Plan) [Paperback]

By Ross Campbell (Author)
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Pages   128
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 5.83" Width: 4.25" Height: 0.39"
Weight:   0.18 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Aug 31, 2005
Publisher   Honor Books
ISBN  1562927280  
EAN  9781562927288  

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Boost your parenting skills and build a foundation of unconditional love that will last your child's lifetime! Most parents would be shocked to discover that their child doesn't feel loved. After all, we go to their school events. we provide for their needs. We take them places where they need and want to go. How could they not feel loved? And yet, the top issue among children and the source of most childhood challenges is just that-not feeling completely and unconditionally loved by their parents.

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Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! Dr. D. Ross Campbell is an adult, adolescent and child psychiatrist, noted author and lecturer on parent-child relationships. He was the founder of Southeastern Counseling Center in Chattanooga, TN, and served as its director until retiring in January 1996. Dr. Campbell serves as an Associate Clinical Professor in the Departments of Pediatrics and Psychiatry at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine. Dr. Campbell earned a B.S. degree from the United States Naval Academy and his medical degree from the University of Florida.

Dr. Campbell's first book How To Really Love Your Child, published in 1977, has sold over 1 million copies and is in its 35th printing. Revised and update in 1992, it continues to be an internationally acclaimed best seller. His book How To Really Love Your Teenager received the Gold Medallion Award.

In addition to writing, Dr. Campbell has lectured throughout the United States and in numerous European countries. He is currently a seminar leader and board member of Ministering to Ministers, an organization dedicated to the support of ministers and their families.

Dr. Campbell and his wife, Pat, have four adult children and one grandchild. They reside on Signal Mountain, TN where he is a member of Signal Mountain Baptist Church.

Current Title: How To Really Love a Child
How To Really Love Your Teenager

Brand: Life Journey

Ross Campbell currently resides in the state of Tennessee. Ross Campbell was born in 1936.

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Best book on parenting I've read  May 21, 2010
While so many parenting books out there are "ages and stages" and discipline (reacting AFTER behavior), Dr. Campbell take a preventative approach.I think every parent, teacher, grandparent, babysitter, social worker ... basically anyone who interacts with children on a regular basis should read this book!

How to Really Love Your Child by Dr. Ross Campbell, M.D.
In the preface, Dr. Campbell acknowledges that there is a lot of parenting information out there--enough to overwhelm parents. Though the information is good "many books, articles, and lectures have honed in on one, or at most only a few specific aspects of child rearing without clearly defining the specific areas they cover." It's not that the information is wrong or the parents didn't do it right, "the problem lies in the parents not having a general, balanced perspective on how to relate to a child." Dr. Campbell believes "the problem is how to manifest our love to a child through discipline and when to show it in other more affectionate ways."
In chapter one he cites some of the common problems he has seen as a psychiatrist. Chapters two and three talk about the home, parents and child and how important this relationship is for the child to understand love. An entire chapter is devoted to how the husband and wife relate and how that affects the children. Chapter three defines what unconditional love is and is not. The next three chapters discuss how to express, demonstrate, show this unconditional love through eye contact, physical contact and focused attention.
While chapter three defined unconditional love, chapter seven touches on appropriate and inappropriate love: possessiveness, seductiveness, vicariousness and role-reversal. If you are a loving, Christian parent and think you can skip over this chapter--wait. Read through it if only to know possible warning signs if you ever see them in your friends' or your child's friends' family.
Though chapter eight touches on helping your child learn how to deal with his anger, Dr. Campbell says this topic is thoroughly covered in How to Really Love Your Angry Child. There is some helpful starting information in this chapter, however.
Chapter nine is about discipline. Dr. Campbell says "that making a child feel loved is the first and most important part of good discipline." Love and discipline should not be viewed as separate entities, and "punishment is a very small part of discipline." But the next thing he says is what I found interesting:
"What you have read thus far in this book is the most important aspect of discipline, and you must apply what you've learned to expect the best results from disciplining your child. There is no point in reading further at this time if you have not applied what you have already read."
As a young Children's ministry student teacher in 1980 in Lynchburg VA,I was privileged to study under the instruction of Herb Owen, children's minister and music writer for Brentwood Music and many others. The resource other than scripture that most influenced my ministry was this book.

After now 25 years of graduation from LBC now LU and working with children much longer, it laid the foundation for how I dealt with any age group! Many parents and teachers love their kids, but find it hard to show them

Often they compensate with toys and games, but Dr. Campbell gives four things children and teens really want from MOM and DAD, or anyone who wishes to influence for the rest of their life-including TEACHERS, COACHES, SS teachers, VBS workers, AWANA & Master Clubs leaders, etc.

Through Eye Contact, Proper Physical Contact, Focused Attention, and Discipline, we show children not only our love, but the love of a Heavenly Father.

No one cares how much you know until they know how much you care. Love is an action verb. HT Really Love Your Child shows you HOW.

I recommend it for every new parent, and anyone who takes on the task of leading children to a fulfilled life of joy and happiness independent of circumstances.

Still the Best  Nov 23, 2008
This book is as timely and relevant today as it was when I was raising my now-late-thirties children. We say we love our children, but do we really know how to show it so they feel it? Dr. Campbell guides parents to this end in encouraging and practical ways. It's a pleasure to recommend this book these many years.
The One Book Every Parent MUST Read  Sep 1, 2008
I have three children of my own, I was a school teacher, now I am a Pastor of Family Ministries and this is the first book I give expectant parents. I have read dozens of books on raising children, secular and Christian, this is the best. Let me explain.

It is simple.
Dr. Campbell does not get bogged down in the minutia of emotionally charged details. He doesn't preach about spanking, breast feeding, dating v. courting, negative and positive reinforcement, and the like. He tells you what is going on in a child's heart and allows you to determine the details.

It is foundational.
The principles he shares are so obvious that you are almost embarrassed that you didn't think of it. I found that not only did it help me be a better parent, it helped me deal with many of the issues that I had from my own childhood.

It is easy to remember.
I have read this book at least four times, but even after the first reading I could remember the major principles easily. They just make sense. The emotional tank; the difference between discipline and punishment; the fact that saying, "I love you," to your children does not make it real to them; these principles never leave you.

It is flexible.
These principles are not tied to one reading of Scripture or a single body of research. Also, they are adaptable to many different parenting styles.

It is powerful.
Every time I council a teenager, I ask them if they believe that their parents love them. They almost always say, "Not really. They only love me because I'm their kid. But they don't really love me." It astounds me because Dr. Campbell quotes teenagers in this book and they are almost verbatim what I consistently hear. The reason is that kids do not feel loved just because you put a roof over their heads and gave them the latest iPod. They need so much more. When the realization of the truths contained in this book hit many parents, they simply sob. They realize that they missed it and their children are paying the price.

Most parents are doing their best and simply do not know. No matter what the circumstances, it is not too late. Our God is a God of miracles and he can move powerfully in our lives. Read this book, believe God for his grace, and learn how to really love your children.

Stop what you are doing and read this!  Aug 13, 2008
Tons of books out there on child raising. I have been counseling military men and women for almost thirty years. Would that most, if not all, parents would sit down and read this. This would be a different world. Oh, and it also greatly helped me understanding how to make movement toward my children in love and not in anger and shame.

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