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Topic: Deshon Fox on Parenting with The Middle Theory
Inspired by an inexplicable experience he had in college, Deshon began writing The Middle Theory a few days after the tragic loss of his mother to cancer. There is a place of balance, a place of peace and happiness in all things, he writes in the book’s introduction. Principles that are at once spiritual and scientific are weaved throughout The Middle Theory, providing a tapestry of insights for attaining a state of balance in every field of human endeavor a state Deshon defines as, the ideal condition given a defined set of influences. The Middle Theory focuses on three questions that the author believes are at the heart of our pursuit of happiness and meaning:
1. Who am I?
2. How can I develop meaningful, nurturing relationships?
3. How can I aid the progress of society?
The Middle Theory attempts to survey the entire human condition. Chapters such as,The Age of Balance focuses on issues hindering global peace, while The ParentChild Relationship provides practical advice for raising balanced, well adjusted children.
The Middle Theory is one of the most extraordinary and most important books I’ve read in a long time writes Colleen Meyers, a professor at The University of Minnesota, expressing a sentiment shared by many reviewers.
The Middle Theory: A Guide to Balance is available for sale online at amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com and other channels.
About the author
Deshon Fox is an engineering scientist with a bachelors degree from Florida International University and a masters degree from the University of Minnesota. He is also a columnist and an experienced inspirational speaker. A proud father of three young children, he lives in the Bahamas with his wife.
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