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How We Make Our Kids Angry: Suggestions for Parents Who Want to Change

Roger Cross

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ISBN 10: 083083365X / ISBN 13: 9780830833658
Published by IVP Books, 2007
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Title: How We Make Our Kids Angry: Suggestions for ...

Publisher: IVP Books

Publication Date: 2007

Binding: Paperback

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When his children were young, Roger Cross began to notice certain patterns in his own behavior that resulted in a negative response in his kids. Things like playing favorites having loose or confusing boundaries expecting kids to fill adult roles and more He began to understand what a capacity parents have to make their kids angry and learned how to communicate more effectively. Drawing on his ministry of Youth for Christ along with a survey of one hundred students of varied ages and backgrounds, Roger Cross has created a practical, helpful book for parents who want to understand why their kids are so angry and what they need to do to change. "Few parents intentionally set out to make their children angry. But we can--and we do. Roger Cross lifts the shade on some unintentional behaviors that we can avoid in parenting." - Elisa Morgan, C.E.O., M.O.P.S. International "This book. . . is filled with practical advice to help anyone in close proximity with kids. I highly recommend this book." - Ken Davis, host of the radio show Lighten Up! "The chapter on how parents can be on the same page is by itself worth the price of the book. I know that this is a book you will read more than once and one you'll want to share with your friends." - Dr. Gary J. Oliver, executive director, The Center for Relationship Enrichment, and coauthor of Raising Sons and Loving It Roger Cross speaks from experience as the father of three grown children and from thirty-eight years of ministry to tens of thousands of kids through Youth for Christ.

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Roger Cross is president emeritus of Youth for Christ/U.S.A. His experience with Youth for Christ includes two years in Kansas City Y.F.C., fifteen years as executive director of Ventura County Y.F.C., nine years as executive director of Denver Area Y.F.C. and nearly fourteen years as president/C.E.O. He served two terms as field trustee on the Y.F.C. National Board, and he received the President's Award for Outstanding Y.F.C. Executive Director in America. As an advocate for youth, he is often interviewed in print publications and on radio and television broadcasts. He has done graduate work at Fuller Theological Seminary, and he is an ordained minister through the Missionary Church of Ft. Wayne, Indiana. He also currently serves on the board of John Brown University. In addition to writing, speaking and adjunct college teaching, Roger is heading up an effort to expand the outreach of Children's Music Academy (C.M.A.) which he owns and operates with his wife. Currently, C.M.A. is in over 20 locations in the United States. In 2006, Roger and his wife were selected Alumni of the Year by John Brown University.

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