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Richard Weissbourd

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The Parents We Mean To Be: How Well-Intentioned Adults Undermine Children's Moral and Emotional Development (2009)
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review 1: I became interested in reading this book not because I have any opportunity to put Weissbourd's lessons into practice, but because I am pretty interested in the topic of moral development and character education. I am not at all well-versed in parenting literature, but I do thin...
Parents We Mean to Be (2009)
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review 1: Weissbound is a Harvard child and family psychologist and presents a thought-provoking look at the very moral act of parenting. Part of the book made me feel totally overwhelmed by the responsibility of being a parent and how our decisions have such moral ramifications, and part...
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