If there’s one thing parents need to teach their kids—well beyond getting into college or finding a job—it’s how to be humble, contributing citizens of the world. If you’re a weary parent trying to do just that, you’ll find encouragement and practical know-how in the clear and enjoyable pages of this book.- Daniel Pink
New York Times bestselling author of Drive:
The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us
Do you cave in to your kids’ demands even when you know it’s a bad idea? Do you rescue your kids when they forget things? Do you find yourself ‘over-contributing’ to your child’s school project so he can meet the deadline? Most parents do these things because they can’t figure out what else to do in the heat of the moment. Amy McCready shows parents why this kind of parenting raises kids who don’t learn from experience, don’t take responsibility, and are no fun to live with! She describes exactly what parents can do and say to set appropriate limits and help kids develop resilience.- Laura Markham
author of Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids
Every time Amy McCready has been a guest on Today I have found myself agreeing with absolutely everything she says. She’s a no-nonsense, commonsense communicator, and The “Me, Me, Me” Epidemic offers parents great wisdom and practical advice.- Kathie Lee Gifford
What a wonderful resource for every parent raising children in today’s self-absorbed world! A pivotal book for all parents who struggle with how to teach their children to be compassionate, empathic and socially intelligent.- Dr. Shefali Tsabury
New York Times-bestselling author of The Conscious Parent
I’m all for practical life-hacks that make parenting easier, less stressful, and a whole lot more fun—and the strategies Amy McCready shares in The Me, Me, Me Epidemic are both easy AND powerful for anyone juggling life and parenthood in today’s hyper-connected, instant gratification world. This is a must-read book, no matter the age of your kids. There are as many great tips in here for teens as there are for toddlers!- Christine Carter, Ph.D.
Author of Raising Happiness & THE SWEET SPOT: How to Find Your Groove at Home and Work
This book immediately motivated me to stop doing things for my children that they can do for themselves. My eyes were opened to the many ways my children could contribute to the family and become prepared to thrive in the real world.- Rachel Macy Stafford
New York Times bestselling author of Hands Free Mama
Having been a parent a long time and listening to Amy. She’s dead on.- Steve Harvey
Insightful. Timely. Helpful. The ‘Me, Me, Me’ Epidemic is an important (and game-changing) read for anyone raising kids in our 24/7, give-them-whatever-they-want and never let them experience disappointment, culture. Ready to empower your kids without making them entitled? For the sake of the children, read this book.- Dr. Jane Nelsen
co-author of the Positive Discipline series
The ‘Me, Me, Me’ Epidemic is probably the most important parenting book of the decade. She brilliantly helps us turn from unhealthy parenting to great parenting in a simple, fun and workable manner.- Meg Meeker, M.D.
bestselling author of Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters and cohost of James Dobson's Family Talk radio show
McCready covers a wealth of suggestions for helping kids become un-entitled, along with scripts parents can use and ideas for various ages from pre-school to teen. This user-friendly guide is overflowing with practical, creative, and thoughtful strategies.- Publishers Weekly
Amy McCready never fails to share the strategies parents need to empower their kids, empower themselves, and know that they are giving their children the very best start in a complicated world. The ‘Me, Me, Me’ Epidemic is a must-read for every parent who wants to raise great kids without raising their voice.- Michele Borba, Ed.D.
educational psychologist and author of The Big Book of Parenting Solutions
McCready sorts out the sensible from the nonsense. Given the competing noise about parenting, this book should be required reading for parents.- Kirkus Reviews
Thank you, Amy McCready, for writing a comprehensive, entertaining, on point parenting guide that will become the dog-eared go-to manual for every parent who wants their child to become a happy, successful adult. Amy addresses the timeliest of childrearing challenges head on, and then gives parents the tools to navigate through almost any situation with their child. If you want to strengthen your relationship with your child, and enhance your child’s true self-confidence and maturity, read this book.- Loni Coombs
author of “You're Perfect...” and Other Lies Parents Tell
A smart, wise, and practical book for 21st century parents, The ‘Me, Me, Me’ Epidemic offers concrete tips and strategies to develop compassionate, engaged children. Her recommendations are based on solid psychological principles and a clear understanding of what children need to thrive.- Marilyn Price-Mitchell, Ph.D.
With Amy McCready’s powerful insights and real-world answers, she shares how to keep entitlement at bay and raise terrific kids who are happier, healthier, better grounded, and more resilient than their over-indulged counterparts. This book is a small investment that will pay great dividends.- Farnoosh Torabi
Financial Strategist and Bestselling Author, You’re So Money
McCready provides step by step strategies for dialing down the stress and amping up the fun part of parenting. If you want to raise children that you will enjoy for the rest of your life, buy this book.- Lisa Earle McLeod
author of Selling with Noble Purpose
In a very child-centered world, it can be a challenge to raise kids with realistic expectations of what life will bestow, but this book proved to me that it’s possible, and that there’s a way of raising my daughter in a far more loving way that sets her on the path to a happier childhood and a more successful life. Thank you, Amy.- Faye de Muyshondt
author of Socialsklz for Success: How to Give Children the Skills They Need to Thrive in the Modern World
Entitlement is an epidemic. Amy McCready’s book is the perfect antidote to the problem. She provides clear suggestions and guidance as to how to combat it, while promoting positivity and empowering your children. This book is a must-read for all of us struggling with the ‘me’ generation.- Jennifer L. Hartstein, PsyD, Hartstein Psychological Services, PLLC
author of Princess Recovery: A How-to Guide to Raising Strong, Empowered Girls Who Can Create Their Own Happily Ever Afters