The “Me, Me, Me” Epidemic

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When Amy McCready emailed me to ask if I would be interested in receiving an advance copy of her new book, The “Me, Me, Me” Epidemic, and sharing with my readers {if I liked it}, I immediately said YES!  Why?  Because we struggle with entitled kids in our home. Not to an extreme degree, but yes, it’s a struggle.

The title of the book jumped out at me immediately and I knew I wanted to read it.  I trust Amy due to our long standing relationship built over the years of communicating back and forth via email and hosting her Positive Parenting webinars.  I know Amy and I think alike in most parenting areas.

Here’s a brief summary of this awesome book, that YES I definitely recommend. I am not even finished with the entire book yet but have loved the practical tips, stories, and encouragement I have found in this book.  If you enjoyed a Positive Parenting webinar with us you will want this book!

In today’s 24/7, often over-stimulated, over-indulged, can’t get enough culture – many parents struggle to find the means to not only say “no” – but to connect with their kids in a way that allows them to better learn to be RESPECTFUL, RESPONSIBLE, and READY to meet a world where frankly, it’s NOT all about them.

With 35 incredible, easy-to-implement tools, parenting expert Amy McCready outlines the step-by-step strategies for empowering your kids without indulging them. Fueling their spirit – not just funding their wish-lists. Building bonds that can last a lifetime. Fostering compassion for others, rather than focusing on themselves. And parenting in powerfully positive, pro-active, life-changing ways.

This book is not meant to be a ‘shelf-sitter.’ It’s designed to be a go-to guide to solving some of your biggest parenting struggles, nurture closer, more respectful and resilient relationships, and taking some of that all too familiar stress out of the day-to-day business of raising great kids. Our hope is that you’ll want to bookmark it, dog-ear it, refer back to it, share it, take-it-with-you, and read the parts that resonate with you over and over again. And then give yourself a few high-fives, and big credit for finding the tools that let you be exactly the kind of parent you want to be and raise the kind of kids you know and love yours to be.