My God-given temperament is more reserved than bold. I tend to shy away from things, resist change, hide, and worry. I don’t like to jump in with both feet. I like to dip a toe in and see how that goes, then make a list and talk out how that toe felt with Ryan. He is probably going to be awarded sainthood through the Catholic church someday.
I worry about all kinds of things, but I never really worry about where my kids are spiritually or emotionally. When I saw this book I suddenly found myself worried about it and couldn't stop thinking about it. I signed up for a copy of it as soon as I got online again and worried the whole time I waited for it to show up in the mail.
After reading the book, I felt like I was needlessly worried... and if you ever worry about things like this, you probably are too! Still, there were a lot of great tips I hope to employ as my kids get older (specifically into the pre-teen years, which worry me!) and I think I would definitely recommend this book to those with pre-teens.
*I received a free copy of Are My Kids on Track from Bethany House in exchange for my honest review