Three basic tenets to a good parent/child relationship;
Why discipline is not learned through threats and bribes;
Why teaching a child how to think instead of what to think builds self-confidence;
The good news about the strong-willed child;
Three alternatives to always saying "No";
How to buffer your children from the dangers of sexual promiscuity, drug abuse, and other self-destructive behavior;
Using mealtime, bedtime, toilet-training, chores, allowance, and sibling rivalry as opportunities to help children develop their own sense of inner discipline.
(From the Self-Help Books shelf.)