New Book Shares Ten Principles to Survive, Thrive in Challenges of Parenting

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While teaching in elementary and middle school, Nancy McLoughlin was asked several of the same questions by parents: “Why is it so hard to be a parent?” and “What am I doing wrong?” Nancy began compiling answers pulled from her own experience as an educator and parent, along with biblical justification, which became her practical and God-centered guide to parenting.

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Since parenting is not for the weak or cowardly, this book is a must for any parent who wants their children to achieve all God has in mind for them to become.

While teaching in elementary and middle school, Nancy McLoughlin was asked several of the same questions by parents: “Why is it so hard to be a parent?” and “What am I doing wrong?” Nancy began compiling answers pulled from her own experience as an educator and parent, along with biblical justification, which became her practical and God-centered guide to parenting, 'Principles to Survive and Thrive in the Daily Challenges of Parenting' (published by WestBow Press).

McLoughlin says it was at the fervent request of her 85-year-old aunt, who had been frustrated at seeing the negative paths of her own children and grandchildren that she finally decided to share her tips in print. “She begged me to write a book that would give hope to parents who are struggling with the challenges of parenting,” says McLoughlin.

'Principles to Survive and Thrive in the Daily Challenges of Parenting' contains ten principles that, when followed whole-heartedly and in prayer, is meant to change a parent’s heart and develop strong, Christian children. The book includes valuable information McLoughlin learned in teaching seminars, management seminars while managing at a large pharmaceutical company and years of following God’s word in church.

“Since parenting is not for the weak or cowardly, this book is a must for any parent who wants their children to achieve all God has in mind for them to become,” says McLoughlin. “These principles work in every situation a parent might encounter and with every type of child.”

About the Author:

Nancy McLoughlin grew up in northern Wisconsin as third of eight children. She moved to Chicago for college and ended up settling down, raising three kids and attending Willow Creek Community Church as a stay-at-home mom for 10 years. Afterwards, she taught kindergarten, first and second grades in a Christian school while earning a master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction. McLoughlin transitioned into a managerial role in a pharmaceutical company, and upon retirement moved to Tampa, Fla. to assist her son with his four children. McLoughlin now lived in Evans, GA, where she was a school substitute and currently is a caregiver for five of her grandchildren.

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