“Through the Crimson Mirror” is the story of parenting from a child’s point of view. It blends sound research and experience with gentle storytelling to show parents the effect their parenting has on their children.
Author Daniel Alexander wrote ”Through the Crimson Mirror” while growing up in a dysfunctional family in South Africa.
“I’ve shared my life in order to help others better understand the human condition, and ultimately prevent other children from growing up the way I did,” the author says. “My aim is to help parents notice the signs of dysfunction, and more importantly, to do something about it before it is too late. I want to tell others who grew up lonely, or in imperfect circumstances, that they are not alone.”
The author wrote “Through the Crimson Mirror” as a trilogy. Each of the books will only be about one-hundred-and-fifty pages.
“The chapters are short and punchy,” says Dinnie, “making the information easy to absorb. This makes it an ideal read for busy parents.”
Many of the topics dealt with are of an adult nature. The first of the three books deals with defining parenting, education, communication, secrets and lies. The second book takes a look at relationships, sex, family planning, health and mental illness, as well as addiction.
To get a copy visit Imagikids online bookstore www.imagikids.co.za
The author also write a blog about parenting at http://daniel-alexander-book.blogspot.com/