Books

“Stop Complaining! and Bring Back Involved Parenting”

Adults complain that children don’t listen, they are too lazy, too fat, too rude, don’t greet, don’t eat, don’t sleep, don’t pray, don’t cover nakedness. They complain that children are exposed to alcohol, drugs, weapons and sex. That they do not cherish marriage, have children too early but don’t parent. Have no work ethics, are ungrateful, irresponsible, don’t love and care, are impatient, etc. Do adults look at causes? Jails are full and churches are empty. This book subtly reminds adults, institutions, policy-makers and governments to accept that they have parented differently and to re-look at how ideal children were raised. The interactions lead to a second book which calls on the re-establishment of cultural rules and principals that traditionally governed children’s upbringing. One person, one family, one organisation, one government and one book a time, we can engage to stop complaining and start investing in parenting.

 Trapped in our shadows

Two mothers and close friends are torn apart because one betrays, humiliates and consistently copies the other. The act of copying reaches fever-pitch when the same friend’s 7-year old daughter starts consistently copying the victim’s 9-year-old daughter as well. Authentic tricks, vicious maneuvers of friendship, and extreme jealousy can push a woman to extreme shame and cause a parent to give up her values for shortcuts that left her close friend, her child and her family dumbfounded, shattered but realistically shocked. With its story drawn from two Cameroonian families based in Johannesburg. This self-help book portrays that extreme imitation is not flattery and repeat duplication is sinister. It also showcases a new form of abuse and how to cope with it. Read it and be warned. Read it and learn. 

Proven Habits for Financial Freedom

Very few get wealthy by earning or inheriting more, or by working for themselves. Most people get wealthy by spending less; often far lesser than they earn or inherited. The wealthy focus on involving their partners and children in earning, saving, and investing. They live by the Proven Financial Habits in this book. Even as a Masters’ Degree holder, I was indebted and completely lost. Financial recovery pushed me to write a book on how families can avoid debts and how they can get out of debts if they are already indebted. This book will switch your mindset so you will do many things differently. My family does. Work on yourself and your family, one percent at a time, and enjoy doing so from page one of this book.

Not Too Late: Bring Back Involved Parenting

Proven Habits for Financial Freedom
It does not matter whether you are raising new-borns, toddlers, tweens, teens, young adults or whether you are grandparents. As soon as adults stop complaining that children are not well brought up, they will realise that it is not too late for them to start raising the type of children that they wish to parent.

This is a follow-up of the book: ‘Stop Complaining! and Bring Back Involved Parenting.’ Richly empowered with knowledge from several media interviews, family coaching sessions, workshops, consultations, experiences and research, this book enhances involved parenting to a stage where it can be executed by any person at every stage in the journey called life. Sit back and enjoy the read.

NB: Money and Parenting have two things in common; they are never taught in schools and our successes are measured in their outcomes.

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