Do you ever find it hard to remember how you ever found the time to have your kids in the first place? Do you ever find yourself completely sapped with exhaustion, but still feel as though you haven't done half the things you needed to get done today? Imagine reading this job advertisement in a newspaper- POSITION AVAILABLE PARENT, full-time- long days, seven days a week, some time off in the evenings. While no previous experience is necessary, the applicant must demonstrate the following. *You must be a kind, considerate person. *This position requires a competent self-starter with excellent communication skills. *Must be able to provide an atmosphere of love and support. *The ability to be adaptable and flexible is essential. *Strong leadership skills an advantage. *A willingness to put yourself second is required. *Entertainment skills will be highly regarded though great talent in this area not essential. *Must be able to work with limited supervision and be on-call 24 hrs a day. *Current driver's licence would be an advantage. *Duties include- cooking, cleaning, teaching, nursing, social-working, psychology, conflict resolution, driving, buying, selling, managing, e
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Author Biography - Michael Grose
Michael Grose is Australia's number-one parenting educator, with an enviable track record of helping parents and professionals raise and teach today's kids. His best-selling Why First Borns Rule the World has sold over 23,000 copies. Michael is a regular weekly parenting columnist for 'Body and Soul' in Sydney's Sunday Telegraph, which has a circulation of 6 million. He has a popular website, www.parentingideas.com.au, which parents find an invaluable source of easy-to-access information. On the website he has information on all his books. He presents a half-hour parenting segment each fortnight on ABC radio and appears regularly on the national Australian television program 9AM, commenting on parenting issues of the day. He is a popular speaker, giving up to 100 seminars and presentations each year to parents and professionals in Australia and in the United Kingdom. Michael is the only person to have conducted a parenting seminar for a nation's leaders, when he ventured into Parliament House, Canberra, in 2004 and addressed politicians on all sides of the political fence about how to behave so your children will too!