Friday, November 7, 2014

Family Talk

I am excited to introduce you to a new book by my awesome friend, Christy Monson.  Christy is a retired psychologist with a wealth of experience and a variety helpful ideas.  No matter what your family dynamics are, you are going to love Family Talk.

Some of the topic covered in this book are family rules, setting goals as a family, problem solving, strengthening relationships, family unity, building self-esteem, working together.  She also tackles tough issues like video game addiction, Aspergergers, Down's syndrom, and fetal alcohol syndrome.  She can help you with temper tantrums, discipline, money management, and much more.

Many families today have trouble connecting.  Many things compete for our time and attention.  If you value family, then you have probably noticed how difficult it can be to put family first, and you may have wondered how to tackle  the difficult issues facing families today.

Whether your family is humming along or struggling you will find valuable information on the pages of this book.  Get your copy today at one of these links.  To buy at Amazon click here.  To buy at Familius click here.  To buy at Christy's website click here.

Once you start turning the pages, you'll understand why Ben Bernstein, said this about Family Talk:

The Family Council Guidebook (Family Talk) is a vital and necessary addition to every 
home. In this day and age when emails, chat rooms, and staring at computer screens are 
rapidly replacing real-time human interaction, what better corrective could there be than a
 guidebook to how to talk with one another in meaningful, productive and healing ways.
 Christy Monson knows what she is talking about. It is a great blessing that she is
 sharing it with all of us.
            —Ben Bernstein, PhD, Author of Test Success! and A Teen's Guide to Success

Gotta run.  I'm off to read my own copy of Family Talk.

Linda Garner


Writer Pat Newcombe said...

sounds like an interesting read. Family is so important...

Christy Monson said...

Family is so important, Pat. This is a great way to help kids become their best.

Thanks Linda for posting. You are awesome! Hugs.