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A Walk Through Parenting, intentional parenting, Christian parenting

Homeschoolers spend a lot of time planning curriculum, but don’t necessarily have a parenting plan.

Because I was a psychologist before I became a mom, I thought I had all the answers. Wrong! How I wish I had had a mentor like Dr. Ruth Ann Brinkmann. She is an educational psychologist, but more importantly, she’s a godly mother and grandmother with years of experience.

I loved chatting with her and getting her advice for:

  • coming to agreements on parenting with your spouse
  • changing your child’s unwanted behavior
  • understanding God’s unique design for your child and more!

I hope you’ll listen to the interview on the web or on iTunes and will share the podcast with your friends.

The show goes live at 4:00 p.m. Central time today (10/22/13). I love listening to podcasts via the podcasts app while I get ready in the morning or at the gym. Listening while cooking and cleaning is a great idea, too.

You’ll love Dr. Brinkmann’s book, A Walk through Parenting. It’s a guide to understanding and parenting your child with a form for creating a personal parenting plan for each child.

What advice do you wish someone had given you when you became a parent?

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