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Imperial Beach, CA – According to James Dobson, founder of Focus on the Family, the average father spends only 15 minutes a week interacting with his child in a quality way. Unfortunately, children don’t develop self-discipline through osmosis. Studies have shown delinquent behavior begins with parents who don’t invest enough time engaging their children. It’s up to parents to provide discipline, to set boundaries and establish consequences.

Judith Bonner is the author of Stress-free Discipline, an authoritative guide for parents seeking effective ideas for raising their children. The book teaches parents how to appropriately discipline their children through a long-term plan for bonding and personal growth.

“Discipline is hard work,” explains Bonner. “What I’m proposing is hard work for one month until you develop the appropriate habits. Once you build a relationship, you can begin setting expectations and reward every step in the right direction.”

For parents who dread the idea of discipline, Stress-free Discipline gives clearer insight into how to strategically raise children. Stress-free Discipline helps parents develop a more responsible leadership style to create an adoring, loving family.

“Happiness only happens when your skill level as a parent matches the task set before you,” says Bonner. “Once you have love built up, children are willing and motivated to make changes, and as the child grows, the parents grow.”

The solutions found in Stress-Free Discipline are simpler than you may expect. They simply require mindfulness.

“What I see happening with people is they are growing and it’s that growth that I’m most interested in,” says Bonner. “This was a labor of love. If I can impact anyone in a positive way, I’m proud of it.”

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