by Alan Stine
Topics: Love, Harmony, Enjoyment, Family Life, Family Values, Value Concepts, Parental Responsibility, Behavioral Laws, Human Relationships, Human Relationships, Goals, Personal Growth, Moral, Spiritual, Emotional, Social, Intellectual, Work Attitudes, Aesthetic Appreciation, Recreation, Physical Development, Building Strong Families, Growth, Criticism, Scolding, Rigid, Stern, Demanding, Attainable Goals
Are you a “robot parent?” Do you respond automatically to daily family problems with impulsive criticism and scolding? Or are you caught in the “double-image dilemma?” Are you known in public as a wise and understanding person, but in the home you are rigid, stern, and demanding? Is your home frequently a “battle scene” rather than a haven of peace and contentment? If your answer to any of these queries is “yes,” and you want to change and improve, then Love Power is the book for you! It’s a book filled with valuable tools for building strong, love-filled families.
In Love Power a trained psychologist suggests useable approaches for restoring love, harmony, and enjoyment to family life. He shows that there are behavioral laws which govern human relationships, and tells how to successfully apply those laws. He gives specific suggestions for helping families develop personal growth, such as “Tips on Short Circuiting Negative Impulses,” “Ten Steps in Reconditioning Parents,” and “Fifteen Steps Toward Free-Flowing Love.”
His explanations change the quality of love from an intangible ideal to a specific, attainable goal. He explains many aspects such as total commitment, brain power, having faith in children, free attention, and taking time to talk. All are keys for helping families develop love-filled bonds.
Correct personal values build the power to love, and Mr. Stine shows how to strengthen individual s’ and families’ value systems and how to take effective action to teach value concepts.
Finally, the author focuses on the parental responsibility to develop “whole personalities” for themselves and their families. He considers the necessary aspects of personal growth: moral, spiritual, emotional, social, intellectual, work attitudes, aesthetic appreciation, and recreational and physical development.
A useful annotated bibliography suggests areas for further reading and growth.
Love Power is a readable, enjoyable book that can change your life! Here, truly, are exciting, workable concepts and new dimensions for building strong families.
- Robot Parents
- Tame Those Impulses
- The Question Is: To Be or Not to Be?
- The Case of Do or Don’t!
- Love Runs Broad and Deep
- Values Build the Power to Love
- Follow the Leader
- Take Aim for Whole Personalities (Don’t Leave it to Luck)
6″ x 9″ hardback