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No More Perfect Kids No More Perfect Kids Free Author Jill Savage Vinoschilenos.eu Love Your Kids For Who They Are.Mom And Dad, Your Kids Are Created In God S Image, Not Your Own Jill Savage And Kathy Koch Will Guide You In Truly Appreciating Your Kids They Will Teach You How To Study And Become An Expert On Your Children, Because You Cannot Fully Embrace Them Until You Truly Know Them.Written In A Passionate, Candid, And Personal Tone, The Authors Will Instill Within You Hope And Contentment You Ll Be Inspired To Apply The Practical, Realistic, And Relevant Ideas And Tactics Jill And Kathy Share.Special Needs Kids Will Also Be Addressed In The Book.


10 thoughts on “No More Perfect Kids

  1. says:

    All though none of us want to admit it, we are all disappointed that we don t have perfect children This book really gets at the root of that longing and gives real strategies to raise imperfect human beings.I was raised in a household where I was expected to be perfect When I had children, I vowed that I wouldn t put the same pressures on my them., but I have found it difficult to escape that cycle.Full of examples from real moms, and insights from a psychologist , this book really showed me All though none of us want to admit it, we are all disappointed that we don t have perfect children This book really gets at the root of that longing and gives real strategies to rais...


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    This book, No More Perfect Kids was written for me I swear Jill and Dr Kathy were lookinginto my home, my heart, and my head while they were writing this I am telling you, they camped outside my door in my yard Not really But this book was written for moms like me in mind Let me give you an example It is written in this book about appearances, on page 53, a mom had wri...


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    Perfection Infection Collides with Parenting in Jill Savage and Kathy Koch s No More Perfect Kids Love Your Kids for Who They Are The book takes parents on a journey of discovery from how the perfection infection affects their parenting to opening their eyes to unreal expectations and helping parents to identify and celebrate the uniqueness of their children.From the b...


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    Jill Savage and Kathy Koch have a theory every parent has two sets of kids The first set is the ones you always dreamed about, the Perfect Kids The second set are the Imperfect Kids, the ones you sometimes don t even recognize as your own You envisioned a reader, you got a fashion designer You hoped for an aspiring doctor, he wants to me a mechanic You want to pass on your love of people, she s an introvert You adore music, the stuff screaming from his iPod is a din These are mine Yes, Jill Savage and Kathy Koch have a theory every parent has two sets of kids The first set is the ones you always dreamed about, the Perfect Kids The second set are the Imperfect Kids, the ones you sometimes ...


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    I knew from page one that No More Perfect Kids was going to bethan just a good read it had the potential to be life changing When I kept reading about how we feel the need to be perfect moms and that things like Facebook and Pinterest contribute to our feelings of failure, I knew this was the book for me at this stage in my parenting.Parenting is the hardest thing I ve ever done and I m the first to admit I make plenty of mistakes Just like anything else, there are peaks and valleys and I knew from page one that No More Perfect Kids was going to bethan just a good read it had the potential to be life changing When I kept reading about how we feel the need to be perfect moms and that things like Facebook and Pinterest contribute to our feelings of failure, I knew this was the book for me at this stage in my parenting.Parenting is the hardest thing I ve ever done and I m the first to admit I make plenty of mistakes Just like anything else, there are peaks and valleys and I ve definitely been in a valley lately Having a new baby has been amazing and all the beautiful, wonderful things that it s supposed to be However, it s also chan...


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    I had the pleasure of reading another of Dr Koch s books, titled How Am I Smart , and when I met Dr Koch at the homeschool convention last year, she gave me No More Perfect Kids that she co authored with Jill Savage Yes, it s taken me almost a year to read and review this book and I apologize to both authors for that, it has been a crazy year One of the things I m guilty of as a mom is wanting my children to be who I think they should be, aren t we all I want them to do this or that or make I had the pleasure of reading another of Dr Koch s books, titled How Am I Smart , and when I met Dr Koch at the homeschool convention last year, she gave me No More Perfect Kids that she co authored with Jill Savage Yes, it s taken me almost a year to read and review this book and I apologize to both authors for that, it has been a crazy year One of the things I m guilty of as a mom is wanting my children to be who I think they should be, aren t we all I want them to do this or that or make them do things they don t want to do instead of listening and learning w...


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    No More Perfect Kids Love your kids for who they are is a book written for both moms and dads and I have to say has changed and challenged me as a parent God has given us the honor to parent our children and has given each of those children unique gifts and talents It is our role as parents to help discover and develop those abilities and not live out our own lives through our kids.This book is designed to help parents become successful parents, not perfect parents Jill describes how we all No More Perfect Kids Love your kids for who they are is a book written for both moms and dads and I have to say has changed and challenged me as a parent God has given us the honor to parent our children and has given each of those children unique gifts and talents It is our role as parents to help discover and develop thos...


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    SUMMARY Jill Savage has an amazing talent Her words help to celebrate motherhood, and each of her book chapters finds a way to relate to a diverse group of mothering situations and personalities Real Moms, Real Jesus has been a favorite of mine This book is no exception Plus, she adds the power of Dr Koch s amazing insights I have been a part of one of Dr Koch s lectures, and it was eye opening I could not take notes fast enough This book piggy backs with No More Perfect Moms that SUMMARY Jill Savage has an amazing talent Her words help to celebrate motherhood, and each of her book chapters finds a way to relate to a diverse group of mothering situations and personalities Real Moms, Real Jesus has been a favorite of mine This book is no exception Plus, she adds the power of Dr Koch s amazing insights I have been a part of one of Dr Koch s lectures, and it was eye opening I could not take notes fast enough This book piggy backs with No More Perfect Moms that Jill Savage wrote previous They read together harmoniously And I m just about done with Moms THE BOOK This book is amazing not only ...


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    Do you ever struggle with expectations for your kids Are you looking to your kids to fulfill dreams in your own heart Do you struggle with being a perfectionist Chances are you may not even realize some of the expectations you have put on your children I know I didn t before picking up this book Social media, listening too closely to the voices of others, and our own misconceptions can stifle the growth of our children into who God created them to become.Most moms struggle with the gap betw Do you ever struggle with expectations for your kids Are you looking to your kids to fulfill dreams in your own heart Do you struggle with being a perfectionist Chances are you may not even realize some of the expectations you have put on your children I know I didn t before picking up this book Social media, listening too closely to the voices of others, and our own misconceptions can stifle the growth of our children into who God created them to become.Most moms struggle with the gap between the imagined and the real child Jill Savage and Kathy Koch attempt to teach moms to embrace who your children are rather than who you wish they were Each chapter includes stories from real moms just like us who are learning and growing from their mistakes in the motherhood journey How do we encourage our children when they do make mistakes Savage and Koch offer practical ideas for offering grace to our children and showing them that they are not defined by their worst mom...


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    As the mother of 10 grown children I can without hesitation say that this book would have made such a difference in how we raised our family I floundered around in the early years of parenting and it s a wonder my older kids turned out as great as they did I was the worst kind of helicopter parent, expecting my children to live up to my expectations of perfection The stress level in our family was incredible I wish someone would have handed me this book the day I took my first child home fro As the mother of 10 grown children I can without hesitation say that this book would have made such a difference in how we raised our family I floundered around in the early years of parenting and it s a wonder my older kids turned out as great as they did I was the worst kind of helicopter parent, expecting my children to live up to my expectations of perfection The stress level in our family was incredible I wish someone would have handed me this book the day I took my first child home from the hospital Jill Savage of Hearts At Home and Kathy Koch,PhD of Celebrate Kids, Inc have combined forces to write the words that every parent needs to hear It deals with all the questions that can arise in a child s life from Do you like me to Am I important to you to Will you help me change Their Godl...