Mustang, Oklahoma (PRWEB) May 27, 2006
Meet the man who not only knows how to fix the problem but has done it many, many times in his life. Paul Richardson, MAM, author of the a recently published book, Boys to Men: A Guide for Raising Boys (Aardvark Global Publishers), didn’t do it in a classroom. He didn’t do it in a lab. He does it by restoring clarity and common sense to parenting; he has taken his life’s experience and written a book that will bring parents back to the art of parenting.
There are no touchy-feely stories or smoke and mirrors. No empty promises. What you get is the truth like you have never heard it before about how we got here in our present condition and how we are going to get back to where we need to be as parents. It is not just talk. He delivers easy to use tools and techniques that will leave you thinking “why didn’t I think of that” or “that makes so much sense.”
Richardson uses words like accountability, commitment, and consistency and he means it. He gets results and you will soon fall in love with his passion for children and the family. He restores truth and teaches about consequences and discipline in an almost historical setting but then turns to the future with something he calls Linear Thinking. Linear thinking is about raising children to be good children and equip them to be good marriage partners, good parents, and even good grandparents.
He takes parenting out of the classroom and puts it back into the living room, dining room and bedroom where it belongs. School counselors, principals, and teachers love his techniques because they get results. His web site, http://www.boystomenbook.com, is full of ideas and information. When asked if he was trying to sell books Paul said “I am trying to save families. The book sales will allow me to provide camp sessions for kids who want more teaching.”
It is refreshing to meet someone with such a passion and ability for helping families. He really believes that we can change America, and the world, by restoring the family unit in whatever dynamic, whether it is the traditional, blended, single parent, or other family construct. The tools and techniques are timeless. This is just what we need at just the right time.
If you would like more information about Paul Richardson or his book, Boys to Men: A Guide for Raising Boys, please call 1-866-947-8371 or visit his website, http://www.boystomenbook.com.