Amish Values for Your Family: What We Can Learn from the by Suzanne Woods Fisher

By Suzanne Woods Fisher

"Amish Values to your Family is fascinating! it's going to elevate your spirits and convey you toward the Amish."--Cindy Woodsmall, New York Times bestselling writer ofWhen the Soul Mends

When it involves robust households that know the way to really take pleasure in existence jointly, there's a lot we will be able to research from the Amish. simply how do they identify such robust kin bonds, such deeply held values, and such fabulous family members traditions? In Amish Values in your family members, bestselling writer Suzanne Woods Fisher stocks the secrets and techniques of Amish kin existence. during this inspiring and functional ebook, you are going to meet actual Amish households which are much like yours. via their tales you'll observe how to

slow down
safeguard relatives time
raise teenagers who stand robust of their faith
prioritize what's actually important

Amish values like group, forgiveness, basic dwelling, obedience, and extra could be your loved ones legacy--without promoting your vehicle or altering your wardrobe.

Suzanne Woods Fisher is the bestselling writer of Amish Peace and Amish Proverbs, in addition to the Lancaster County secrets and techniques novels. Her curiosity within the Anabaptist cultures could be at once traced to her grandfather, W. D. Benedict, who used to be raised within the previous Order German Baptist Brethren Church in Franklin County, Pennsylvania. Suzanne is the host of a radio express referred to as Amish Wisdom. She lives in California.

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I: Well, that's not very nice. How does the deaf boy feel? D: Kind of sad. Because they don't want him around. And he might be kind of mad and kind of lonely. That's how he might feel. While looking at a picture of two children, one talking on the phone and the other sitting close by, several children perceived the one talking on the phone as hearing and identified the other as deaf. They also reported that the deaf child was bored in that situation. Ten-year-old Angie's story is typical of the children's responses: A: This person's deaf.

We also hope it will help hearing parents to ponder, to increase acceptance of deafness in their children, and with this acceptance help their children to meet and master the challenges of each life crisis. (p. 29) Those words are as significant today as they were when they were written. References Liben, L. S. (1978). Deaf children: Developmental perspectives. New York: Academic Press. Page xvi Meadow, K. P. (1980). Deafness and child development. Berkeley: University of California Press. Meadow, K.

Cause they could learn. I: So how's the boy feel? D: Oh, the boy would feel really good and be surprised too. "Angie" was a ten-year-old profoundly deaf child who was mainstreamed in a total communication program for deaf children. She used ASL. Her parents were both hearing. She had no brothers or sisters. Angie had attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The cause of her deafness and age of onset was unknown. Angie's parents communicated with her in Signed English. It was clear that Angie had domesticated others in her report that deaf children are not shy in the company of other deaf children: A: Deaf kids go to school and have deaf friends and they're not shy.

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