The “Me, Me, Me” Epidemic {Book}

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Cynthia received a copy of Me, Me, Me Epidemic to review in exchange for this post.  All opinions expressed here are honest and her own.

Do you struggle with saying “NO” to your kids? Are your kiddos self-absorbed? Is the world all about them and their demands? If yes is the answer to any of these questions, Amy McCready’s book The “Me, Me, Me” Epidemic – A Step-by-Step Guide to Raising Capable, Grateful Kids in an Over-Entitled World is a MUST read for you.

McCready explains the entitlement epidemic (the idea that life owes our kids something) in The “Me, Me, Me” Epidemic and also that society is pushing children of all ages to feel entitled to receive the best of what life has to offer without working for it.

McCready shares how to put responsibility back on the laps of our children at every age. She also explains how to take control of our children and how to set limits with our children to let them be responsible and respectful.

Whether your children are toddlers or teens, this book will provide you with thirty-five easy tools to help you raise confident children.

The recently released, The “Me, Me, Me” Epidemic can be purchased today at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and anywhere books are sold.

About the Author:
Parenting expert Amy McCready is the author of The “Me, Me, Me” Epidemic (Perigee, 2015) and the Founder of Positive Parenting Solutions. She is also the author of If I Have to Tell You One More Time (Perigee, 2011). A champion of positive parenting techniques for happier families and well-behaved kids, she reaches a worldwide audience with her Positive Parenting Solutions Online parenting course, web and print articles, live webinars, and media appearances. Amy is a frequent guest on the TODAY show and has also appeared on Rachael Ray, CNN, Fox & Friends, MSNBC, and elsewhere. She lives in Raleigh, North Carolina with her husband and two sons. Learn more at www.AmyMcCready.com.



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