Cynthia Tobias - Strong-Willed Kids: How To Parent Them to Be the Best They Can Be 09-19-17

Cynthia Tobias is a best-selling author of 13 books and is a speaker.  She taught in a public high school for 8 years, was in law enforcement, and had a business firm for 8 years.  She understands how kids tick and how parents can connect with them better to set them up for success.  Cynthia will be our guest on Chained No More Talk Radio on September 19.  Her topic will be "Strong-Willed Kids:  How to Parent Them to Be the Best They Can Be."

We will be discussing her book, "You Can't Make Me...But I Can Be Persuaded."  She will share tips and concepts to help parents ride the waves of having a strong-willed child.  Cynthia received her B.A. at Northwest Nazarene University, her Master's Degree at Seattle Pacific University, and an Honorary Doctorate from Northwest Nazarene University.  She will use her education, expertise, and experiences with her own kids to help our listeners learn her effective concepts.

She and her husband, Jack, live in the Seattle area.  They are active in all that the Pacific Northwest has to offer. They also have twin young adult sons.  Cynthia is looking forward to becoming a grandmother someday too!


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