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It addresses the common belief that we do well in raising our girls to be responsible and caring, but we don't seem to do as well with our boys.
Whether you agree with that or not, you will find this book to be both instructive and enjoyable... One is the part where she reminds us that "kids have different blooming stages." The chapter on how to handle money is particularly comprehensive, detailed, practical and useful.
Read more The author, a mother of three boys, writes in a simple and very candid manner. She recounts how she taught her boys how to value and save money, sowing the seeds for creative entrepreneurship. Emphasizing the importance of family rituals is also a very good advice.
She writes with her whole heart, mind and soul and with an openness that is truly generous. A unique feature of the book is the invitation at the end of each chapter entitled "Let Us Share." She invites the parent-readers to give their own thoughts, comments, and suggestions. This can be the start of families gathering together to build communities that can serve as an effective support system.
Interesting Fact about the Philippines: There are about 100 million People from the Philippines majority speak Filipino and English is also used to teach in schools.
Close to 10% of Filipinos live outside the Philippines.
Foremost was my concern of putting undue pressure on my sons as I will be sharing a lot of their stories. Not later, but now while I am still in the heat of it.It’s Free to register, so what are you waiting for? This is a free chat room with video and voice in the Philippines.So should I wait for all of them to become respectable adults? Besides, what time frame do I give myself before I can say yes, I have raised my boys well? If I wait too long, I might be too old to remember, or I might be talking a language different from the language of the parents reading the book.I believe that there is no one single formula in raising our children.
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I thought of compiling all these into a book about raising Filipino boys.