Who would have thought that parents and grandparents could actually be right? Doug Nadler shares his wisdom gained slowly, through many years, and he explores some of the painful mistakes and memories of his own childhood. Doug Nadler explains what he wishes he knew about managing his personal and professional life when he was much younger. Although the troubles of childhood and adolescence cannot be avoided, we can all learn our lessons quickly and focus our attention on improving over time. Doug emphasizes taking responsibility for decisions, not beating yourself up, and making careful plans to have a better future. The advice is doable and safe too. Following the advice can only help you, your child, or your grandchild.
There is also a lot of caring about children in Notes from Your Grandfather. The goal of this book is to raise healthier, happier, children who are ultimately better able to succeed in the world of adulthood.