The Impossible Kid

Parenting a Strong-Willed Child with Love and Grace

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Pub Date 01 Sep 2021 | Archive Date 01 Nov 2021

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When a mother’s journey begins, one is venturing into the unknown. 
It’s hard to imagine what this tiny little baby will be as an adult. My journey was difficult, heart-wrenching, and laborious and yet joyful, worth every tear and strife. My child seemed impossible to me, but God chose me to be the mother of this impossible child. And what we deem impossible, God makes possible (Luke 18:27). From the introduction 
In The Impossible Kid, relationship coach and pastor’s wife Lucille Williams writes an exceptionally honest and funny account of parenting a strong-willed child. Through 11 entertaining chapters, this book provides practical tools for parents to sow seeds of encouragement in their kids as they aspire to raise adults who reflect the nature and character of God. Endorsed by Dr. Gary Smalley, The Impossible Kid is an encouraging and informative read, covering topics including family dysfunctions, feeling like an inadequate parent, creative and effective discipline, parenting with integrity, the dreaded sex talk, learning to laugh together, and keeping God as the focal point in the home.
When a mother’s journey begins, one is venturing into the unknown. 
It’s hard to imagine what this tiny little baby will be as an adult. My journey was difficult, heart-wrenching, and laborious and...

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The Impossible Kid really spoke to me. I decided to read it based on the title. I also feel like I have an impossible kid. Everything Lucille described about her daughter sounded like what I deal with with one of my kids. So it was a really relatable read for me. I loved all the scripture quotes and really real advice from someone that lived through an impossible child with a Christian focus. This book gave me hope and great advice. I highlighted so much. If you have an impossible child. This is differently worth a read. I received a free copy from Netgally in exchange for an honest review. The opinions expressed are my own

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