We all play a role in the decline or progression of our world, but if we don’t operate in our purpose, the results can be catastrophic.
Millsboro, Del. (PRWEB) December 11, 2013
The new book, “Who's Raising Our Children” (published by AuthorHouse) is author Jan D. Snead’s personal opinion of the world and how people are raising their children.
“Writing this book began as a personal journal of society’s indiscretions and grew to the form of expository writings,” Snead shares. “Good parenting is increasingly absent from our children’s lives, yet it is the single most important objective that could turn our world around.”
Snead asks parents tough questions, challenging their absence in their children’s lives. She questions whether parents know who their children’s role models are and how they know their child will not be the next to initiate a school shooting, bombing or murder.
“Who’s Raising Our Children” also emphasizes the importance of having both male and female influences in the home for children. Without hesitation, Snead suggests that a lack of balance in family life causes children to show up in the judicial system.
“We all serve a purpose,” Snead stresses. “We all play a role in the decline or progression of our world, but if we don’t operate in our purpose, the results can be catastrophic.”
“Who's Raising Our Children”
By Jan D. Snead
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 62 pages | ISBN 9781491829042
E-Book | 62 pages | ISBN 9781491829059
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Jan D. Snead has always enjoyed writing, whether it is short stories, poems, lesson plans for special education or expository writings. She has always worked in an administration both professionally and privately. She has also been hired to work with children of all ages for various organizations.
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