Do I Have To Give Up Me To Be Loved By My Kids?
By Drs. Jordan & Margaret Paul, with Bonnie B. Hesse
CompCare, 1987; Berkley Books, N Y., 1995

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Explores raising children with an intent to learn rather than from an authoritarian or permissive perspective.

"A powerful and important book...I'm excited about the new ideas that will help create an even better relationship with my adult children." 
--Susan Forward, Ph.D., Author of Men Who Hate Women and the Women Who Love Them

"A brilliant, deeply honest, in-depth guide...integrates the best of modern psychology with age-old wisdom. Read - and use - this wonderful book, please." 
--Harold Bloomfield, M.D., author of Making Peace With Your Parents

"The splendidness of this book is its straightforward and creative way of spelling out how the useful management of conflict leads to love." 
--Virginia Satir, Ph.D., author of Peoplemaking and Conjoint Family Therapy 

"(You) see deeply into the minds of both parents and children, build bridges between them, and put creativity into the business of family living."
--Norman Cousins, author of Anatomy of an Illness and The Healing Heart 




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