For people brought up in a heavily adult-centered world, this book will
offer up some startling ideas, such as that in a healthy family, the
needs of the child come first. In clear and refreshing language,
Woititz spells out the key factors in successful parenting. For those
who wish to keep unhealthy patterns from repeating down through the
generations, this book can make a difference. If you are a parent, may
someday be a parent, or had a less than perfect childhood yourself, I
recommend this concise book as a calm voice of reason in the wilderness.