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How To Unspoil Your Child Fast

Author : Richard Bromfield
ISBN : 9781402242120
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 88.8 MB
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You don't have to say yes to prove that you love them. "Describes helpful, pertinent, and loving ways to correct spoiled behavior before it becomes a serious problem." -ParentWorld Nearly 95% of parents feel like they are overindulging their children, but feel powerless to stopping themselves. How to Unspoil Your Child Fast offers a straightforward and practical solution to fixing and preventing the problems of spoiling your children and offers concrete tips, simple strategies, and easy action steps for reversing the effects almost immediately. Feel more confident, competent, and parent more consistently while instilling character and self-reliance in your children today. What parents are saying: "Wonderful, trenchant, and desperately needed." "Short, sweet and to the point for those of us who don't have time to waste." "Truly sensible and useful." "Although my daughters like being doted on, they think I parent better...when I utilize many of Dr. Bromfield's suggestions. I highly recommend this book." "A snappy read, so you can't claim you don't have time. And the method's simple, so you can't pretend you aren't qualified to use it." -Newsday
Category: Family & Relationships

Wimpy Parents

Author : Kenneth N. Condrell
ISBN : 9780446556460
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 68.99 MB
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Overworked, overextended, and guilty over the lack of time they spend with their children, parents today have a greater potential to fall into the "wimpy" parenting pattern. Parenting is the toughest job there is. Whether the children are toddlers or teenagers, parents have to get it right. Packed with advice that often produces instant results, Kenneth N. Condrell describes step-by-step techniques to help get through the toughest child-rearing challenges and explains just how to become a truly good parent with kids who will listen and behave. "Wimpy Parents" will detail: -- How to teach a child manners -- and make them stick -- How to put an end to talking back -- What to do when a toddler throws a tantrum -- Ways to stop bedtime problems -- Why teenagers need to reject parents, and how to let them do it (without being a wimp) -- And seven ways to raise a moral child. Child psychologist Dr. Ken Condrell and Linda Lee Small offer comprehensive and sound advice on putting the parent back,in control of their children with understanding, compassion, and humor.
Category: Family & Relationships


Author : Carolyn Crowder
ISBN : 068484124X
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 42.71 MB
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"So what? All the other kids get to do it!" Few behavioral problems challenge and frustrate parents, caregivers, and teachers as does verbal rudeness in children of any age. Reinforced by the wise-cracking kids on TV and in the movies, backtalk has become all too common among today's youngsters. But there is nothing cute about this behavior. Remarks like "Yeah, right," "Big deal," and "Make me" -- form children as young as three -- get in the way of real communication between parents and kids, and can also be detrimental to a child's social and intellectual development. Now two experts in the field share their simple and specific four-step program for ending backtalk and restoring balance in relationships between parents and children, from preschoolers to teens. You'll learn how to recognize backtalk, how to choose and enact a response that will make sense to you and the backtalker, and when to disengage from the struggle and move forward. Full of advice and encouragement as well as suggestions on how to keep track of what works and what doesn't, Backtalk can be put to use immediately, before you hear another "Whatever."
Category: Family & Relationships

Raising Respectful Children In A Disrespectful World

Author : Jill Rigby
ISBN : 9781476718781
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 21.21 MB
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Provides a guide for parents that recommends an alternative approach that encourages respect for the self and others, in a reference that explains how to foster such values in children as thankfulness and unselfishness.
Category: Family & Relationships

Raising Unselfish Children In A Self Absorbed World

Author : Jill Rigby
ISBN : 9781416558422
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 25.38 MB
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Challenging popular beliefs about self-esteem parenting, a guide for parents recommends an alternative approach that encourages respect for the self and others, in a reference that explains how to foster such values in children as thankfulness and unselfishness. Original. 50,000 first printing.
Category: Family & Relationships

You Re Not The Boss Of Me

Author : Betsy Brown Braun
ISBN : 0061991503
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 65.73 MB
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For every parent who has ever wanted to scream, “Save me! My child is acting like a brat!” there’s You’re Not the Boss of Me. Filling a critical void in parenting manuals, revered childhood development and behavior expert Betsy Brown Braun, bestselling author of Just Tell Me What to Say, dispenses invaluable advice on how to brat-proof kids during the formative ages 4 through 12.
Category: Family & Relationships

1001 Natural Logical Consequences

Author : Madalyn Skiles
ISBN : 1424156963
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Madalyn Skiles has worked caring for the needs of behaviorally challenged young people since 1977. She and her husband have worked in specialized foster care, developed and owned a residential group home for children with problematic behaviors, and supervised and trained therapeutic foster parents. Madalyn has cared for well over sixty children during those years. She is a teacher for MAPPS and Getting It Right; both nationally accepted trainings that incorporate ways to help children manage their behavior without corporal punishment. Madalyn realized years ago that knowing a better way to handle a situation and practicing it in the heat of a battle are very different things. So the book was an outgrowth of that knowledge. It places at the fingertips of the harried parent consequences that are both for willing and unwilling children. Set up in a recipe format, any parent can look up the problem behavior and instantly have many consequences from which to choose. In this way parents can encourage the correct behavior without engaging in a battle.
Category: Family & Relationships


Author : Peggy Harper Lee
ISBN : 193559883X
Genre : Entitlement attitudes
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We live in the age of the Entitled Child. Many books have been written about entitlement and entitled children. This is not another one. Peggy Harper Lee's book "Spoiled," by contrast, is written for and about the parents of an entitled child. Whether you know you have an entitled child and want to change your relationship, wondering if you have an entitled child and want to learn the signs so you can be sure, or you've been warned that your child is in danger of becoming an entitled child, this book is for you! Throughout this journey of the entitled child, Lee examines what an entitled child looks, sounds and acts like at every stage from infant to adult. She explores the strategies that you as a parent can use to effectively build a new relationship with your entitled child.
Category: Entitlement attitudes


Author : David Walsh
ISBN : 9780743289207
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 51.40 MB
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The bestselling author of "Why Do They Act That Way?" writes the book his readers have been asking him for: how and when to say no to kids and make it stick.
Category: Family & Relationships

Embracing Asperger S

Author : Richard Bromfield
ISBN : 9781849058186
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 86.17 MB
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Offering rich insights into what Asperger's is like for the child, this compassionate book will empower parents and teachers, enabling them to nurture the child's strengths and work towards a happy and promising future. The book is packed with strategies, insights, and points to remember in order to address common areas of difficulty.
Category: Psychology