Descriere: Offers a collection of techniques that you can custom-tailor to your child's personality. This book allows you to: achieve the big Cs of parental discipline - cooperation, communication and consistency; defuse or prevent tantrums; eliminate whining; manage your own anger; and, build a foundation of love, trust and respect.
Page dim. 210 x 141 x 20
Weight: 446 grams
Autori: Pantley Elizabeth | Editura: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe | Anul aparitiei: 2007 | ISBN: 9780077117290 | Numar de pagini: 304 | Categorie: Family
Moral Child: Nurturing Children's Natural Moral Growth
Professor of Education at Brown University, William Damon offers the first, much-needed overview of the evolution and nurturance of children's moral understanding and behavior from infancy through adolescence, at home and in school. Page dim. 155 x 235 x 12 Weight: 294 grams
Kids Are Worth It! Revised Edition: Giving Your Child the Gift of Inner Discipline-DISCOUNT 20%
The parenting classic, now revised with new chapters, checklists, and information about today's most pressing issues regarding our children This bestselling guide rejects "quick-fix" solutions and focuses on helping kids develop their own self-discipline by owning up to their mistakes, thinking through solutions, and correcting their misdeeds while leaving their dignity intact. Barbara Coloroso shows these principles in action through dozens of examples -- from sibling rivalry to teenage rebellion; from common misbehaviors to substance abuse and antisocial behavior. She also explains how to parent strong-willed children, effective alternatives to time-outs, bribes, and threats, and how to help kids resolve disputes and serious injustices such as bullying. Filled with practical suggestions for handling the ordinary and extraordinary tribulations of growing up, kids are worth it helps you help your children grow into responsible, resilient, resourceful adults -- not because you tell them to, but because they want to.
Laughing Allegra: The Inspiring Story of a Mother's Struggle and Triumph Raising a Daughter with Learning Disabilities
When Anne Ford, great-granddaughter of Henry Ford, learned that her four-year-old daughter Allegra's "differences" were the result of severe learning disabilities, she faced a challenge that neither money nor position could ease. Desperate for answers, Anne sought out doctors, teachers, counselors, and oth- ers who could help her build a support network for herself and her daughter, while fighting the many common misconceptions and myths about learning disabilities.Now, in this fiercely honest and compelling memoir, Anne tells her story, writing movingly of her feelings as the mother of a learning disabled child. "I grew to accept that life is filled with uncertainty and that answers to the most simple, yet profound, questions such as 'What is wrong with my daughter?' can be elusive. I learned to be self-reliant in ways I never had before. I learned that every spark of optimism and hope was something to be nurtured and treasured because sometimes they were the only comfort available. And I learned that worry had entered my life." In time, Anne Ford saw her daughter grow into a vibrant, loving, and independent adult with a passion for ice skating and a commitment to help other ...