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Rich in advice and anecdotes, Barbara Coloroso offers no less than an ethical vision, one rooted in deep caring, by which we and succeeding generations may not only live, but thrive. Barbara Coloroso delivers a powerful message that good parenting begins by treating kids with dignity and respect, giving them a sense of power in their own lives and offering them opportunities to make decisions, take responsibility for their actions and to learn from their mistakes.
Rejecting the quick-fix solutions of punishment and rewards, Coloroso shows how to use the very stuff of family life to help you guide your children to become self-disciplined, responsible, resilient and compassionate human beings. In Last Child in the Woods, Louv talks with parents, children, teachers, scientists, religious leaders, child-development researchers, and environmentalists who recognize the threat and offer solutions.
Louv shows us an alternative future, one in which parents help their kids experience the natural world more deeply — and find the joy of family connectedness in the process. Merilee Clunis and G. Written by two experienced lesbian therapists and parents, this completely revised edition of The Lesbian Parenting Book has been updated to reflect the contemporary cultural and political landscape, as well as current trends in parenting.
Get outside and run, jump, play, explore, dance, hike or camp with your pre-teen and engage your child in outdoor activities and projects that will get the whole family closer to nature. All parents want their children to be successful in school, sports, and extracurricular activities. But it's not just about giving your kids praise or setting them on the right direction.
Research shows that success is often dependent on mindset. Hard work, perseverance, and effort are all hallmarks of a growth mindset. That's where Mindsets for Parents comes in. Designed to provide parents with a roadmap for developing a growth mindset home environment, this book's conversational style and real-world examples make the popular mindsets topic approachable and engaging.
It includes tools for informally assessing the mindsets of both parent and child, easy-to-understand brain research, and suggested strategies and resources for use with children of any age. This book gives parents and guardians powerful knowledge and methods to help themselves and their children learn to embrace life's challenges with a growth mindset and an eye toward increasing their effort and success! Building on his first video, Magic , Phelan offers strategies to avoid mealtime, homework and bedtime struggles.
In addition to his behavior modification program he provides parents with practical approaches to building self-esteem and encouraging their children's growing independence. Parenting is the toughest job on the planet. Fortunately, Canadian parents have Ann Douglas to turn to as their guide.
Using her trademark non-bossy approach to all of the perennial parenting hot topics, Douglas has pulled together the latest research on everything from teaching kids self-discipline to preventing power struggles within the family to encouraging kids to feel great about themselves. The result is an all-Canadian guide to raising healthy, happy kids a book no Canadian parent should be without. This wonderful book leads parents, teachers and children through fields, across streams, and over mountains. Negotiation Generation offers a commonsense approach to parenting that will enable adults to win the tug-of-war with their children about what is, and isn't, acceptable behavior.
This proactive plan provides parents with the tools to reclaim their authority, establish boundaries, and cease negotiation tactics such as rewards and punishments, based on the specific ages and temperaments of each child. What happens when a girl has the brain of an 8-year-old, and the body of a year-old? The New Puberty is a reassuring, empowering guide for millions of parents — as well as teachers, coaches, pediatricians, and family members — by two notable experts in the field. Compiling original research and clinical experience, Drs.
Greenspan and Deardorff offer practical strategies for supporting girls entering this complex stage of their lives. Once upon a time, mean girls primarily existed in high school, while elementary school-aged girls spent hours at play and enjoyed friendships without much drama.
But in this fast-paced world in which young girls are exposed to negative behaviors on TV and social media from the moment they enter school, they are also becoming caught up in social hierarchies much earlier. No More Mean Girls is a guide for parents to help their young daughters navigate tricky territories such as friendship building, creating an authentic self, standing up for themselves and others, and expressing themselves in a healthy way.
The need to be liked by others certainly isn't new, but this generation of girls is growing up in an age when the "like" button shows the world just how well-liked they are. When girls acknowledge that they possess positive traits that make them interesting, strong, and likeable, however, the focus shifts and their self-confidence soars; "likes" lose their importance. This book offers actionable steps to help parents empower young girls to be kind, confident leaders who work together and build each other up. Siegel, the author of Brainstorm — now explore the ultimate child-raising challenge: discipline.
No-Drama Discipline Workbook. Exercises, activities, and practical strategies to calm the chaos and nurture developing minds. NurtureShock: New Thinking about Children. In a world of modern, involved, caring parents, why are so many kids aggressive and cruel? Where is intelligence hidden in the brain, and why does that matter? Why do cross-racial friendships decrease in schools that are more integrated? What's the single most important thing that helps infants learn language? NurtureShock is a groundbreaking collaboration between award-winning science journalists Po Bronson and Ashley Merryman.
They argue that when it comes to children, we've mistaken good intentions for good ideas. With impeccable storytelling and razor-sharp analysis, they demonstrate that many of modern society's strategies for nurturing children are in fact backfiring — because key twists in the science have been overlooked. Nothing like a parenting manual, the authors' work is an insightful exploration of themes and issues that transcend children's and adults' lives. This award-winning, bestselling book in a new edition is now even easier to use with an updated internal design that is user-friendly and has more visual interest.
The 6th Edition is more engaging and browse-able for the reader. The world's simplest and most effective parenting program is all right here! This innovative guide explains the child discipline system — from counting and time-out methods to how better behavior benefits the entire family and leaves more time for play — with clear, easy-to-understand language and lots of illustrations. Children are hyper-aware of money, and they have scores of questions about its nuances.
But when parents shy away from the topic, they lose a tremendous opportunity — not just to model the basic financial behaviors that are increasingly important for young adults but also to imprint lessons about what the family truly values.
Written in a warm, accessible voice, grounded in real-world experience and stories from families with a range of incomes, The Opposite of Spoiled is both a practical guidebook and a values-based philosophy. It is also a promise to our kids that we will make them better with money than we are. Martin Seligman offers parents, teachers, and coaches a well-validated program to prevent depression in children. In a thirty-year study, Seligman and his colleagues discovered the link between pessimism — dwelling on the most catastrophic cause of any setback — and depression.
Seligman shows adults how to teach children the skills of optimism that can help them combat depression, achieve more on the playing field and at school, and improve their physical health. Every parent wants the golden key to raising well-behaved, academically gifted, successful, happy children. Embedded in the collective psyche is the notion that discipline is the cornerstone to achieving these goals.
Out of Control offers a never-before-published perspective on why the entire premise of discipline is flawed. Shefali Tsabary reveals how discipline is a major cause of generations of dysfunction. The key is ongoing meaningful connection between parent and child, free from threats, deprivation, punishment, and timeouts — all forms of manipulation. Parents learn how to enter into deep communion with their children, understanding the reasons for a behavior and how to bring out the best in the child.
Far from a laissez-faire, anything goes, approach, this is how a child learns responsibility and takes ownership of their life, equipped with character and resilience that flow naturally from within. How do you raise preteens to the best of your ability, encourage their responsible and caring actions, and maintain a strong sense of self? Sympathetic, respectful, and grounded in the Developmental Assets, this handbook provides abundant "on-the-job" support to parents. When families are facing crisis, parents struggle with how to best nurture and support their children.
Barbara Coloroso's deep love and respect for children once again shine in her compassionate look at parenting during times of chaos and uncertainty. Jennifer Lehr is a smart, funny, and fearless writer. Backing up her lively writing and arguments with research from psychologists, educators, and organizations like Alfie Kohn, Thomas Gordon, and R. Resources for Infant Educarers , Ms. Lehr offers a conscious approach to parenting based on respect and love for the child as an individual.
Psychiatrist Robin Berman shows parents how they can take charge while building a loving family with deep connections. How children learn love and respect at home becomes the template for how they show love and respect in life. Berman is your ally every step of the way. This engaging book — a perfect mix of medical research and inspirational anecdotes — just might be the key to being the parent you want to be and the parent your children need.
As a parent, you face one of the most challenging — and rewarding — roles of your life. No matter how much you love your child, there will still be moments filled with anger, frustration, and, at times, desperation. What do you do? Over the years, millions of parents just like you have come to trust the Positive Discipline series for its consistent, commonsense approach to child rearing. For twenty-five years, Positive Discipline has been the gold standard reference for grown-ups working with children.
Now Jane Nelsen, distinguished psychologist, educator, and mother of seven, has written a revised and expanded edition. The key to positive discipline is not punishment, she tells us, but mutual respect. Nelsen coaches parents and teachers to be both firm and kind, so that any child — from a three-year-old toddler to a rebellious teenager — can learn creative cooperation and self-discipline with no loss of dignity. Do you wish there was a way to raise well-behaved children without punishment?
Are you afraid the only alternative is being overly indulgent? The tenets of Positive Discipline consistently foster mutual respect so that any child — from a three-year-old toddler to a rebellious teenager — can learn creative cooperation and self-discipline without losing his or her dignity. With training tools and personal examples from the authors, you will learn:.
Advice for raising resourceful, resilient, and responsible children—based on the latest child development research. Raising Can-Do Kids offers parents hands-on, proven ways to raise kids who embrace the uncertain and challenging adventure that is growing up. Parents have an important task: figure out who their child is — his or her skills, preferences, beliefs, values, personality traits, goals, and direction — get comfortable with it, and then help him or her pursue and live a life that is congruent with it.
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They want their kid to be independent, but not if he or she is going to make bad choices. They want to avoid being too pushy and overbearing, but not if an unmotivated, apathetic kid is what they have to show for it. They want to have a good relationship with their kids, but not if that means being a pushover. Now Dr. Ross Greene offers a detailed and practical guide for raising kids in a way that enhances relationships, improves communication, and helps kids learn how to resolve disagreements without conflict. Through his well-known model of solving problems collaboratively, parents can forgo time-out and sticker charts, stop badgering, berating, threatening, and punishing, allow their kids to feel heard and validated, and have influence.
From homework to hygiene, curfews, to screen time, Raising Human Beings arms parents with the tools they need to raise kids in ways that are non-punitive and non-adversarial and that brings out the best in both parent and child. Parenting is a delicate dance. One of the hardest parts of parenting is knowing when to let your child struggle, in order to learn and grow, and when to intervene. In this book, child development experts Wendy Moss and Donald Moses examine the key skills parents need to help their kids emerge as confident, and capable adults. Throughout this book, parents will discover ways to build their child's confidence, decision making abilities, tolerance for frustration, patience, and self-sufficiency.
Lessons and examples based on the authors' professional experience illustrate how to teach skills such as self-monitoring, understanding social cues, using technology, and recognizing opportunities for growth, even in life's more stressful moments. True-to-life stories and conversation-starters demonstrate specific ways parents can empower children to think for themselves, and learn to meet life's challenges head-on. Organized children are raised, not born.
Fostering organized thinking in your child will help with concrete concerns think a tidier bedroom! Revised Edition. Including real life stories, this newly revised third edition of the award-winning bestseller — voted one of the top twenty parenting books — provides parents with the most up-to-date research, effective discipline tips, and practical strategies for raising spirited children. Through vivid examples and a refreshingly positive viewpoint, this invaluable guide offers parents emotional support and proven strategies for handling the toughest times.
Kurcinka has devised a plan for success with a simple, four-step program that will help you discover the power of positive — rather than negative — labels, understand your child's and your own temperamental traits, cope with tantrums and blowups when they do occur, develop strategies for handling mealtimes, bedtimes, holidays, school, and many other situations. In this third revised edition, you will find:. Being a parent is stressful, and when your child has a meltdown, it can be difficult to keep cool, let alone help your child to calm down. Designed for children ages years old, this book is fun, engaging, and effective.
As any parent knows, children aren't always receptive to what you say. Parental advice is often ignored or perceived as intrusive; and trying to get your kid to calm down and breathe can turn into an unpleasant power struggle in which you feel powerless and frustrated; and your child can feel nagged or bullied.
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The good news is that it doesn't have to be this way. In this book, you'll learn to teach mindfulness to your child in the most enjoyable and realistic way possible. Mary Gordon, an educator who has worked for more than two decades with children from all kinds of backgrounds, believes that the solution to bullying and other anti-social behaviour lies within each child's innate sense of caring and compassion. She believes that infusing children with empathy constitutes nothing less than a new paradigm in our approach to child-raising.
Through Roots of Empathy, her highly successful organization, Mary Gordon creates a rich, rewarding classroom experience that fosters empathy within children. The program brings babies and students together in a symbiotic loving environment that has been proven to reduce aggression and increase tolerance and emotional understanding in children.
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Roots of Empathy has reached over , children worldwide. Mitchell Award of Distinction, and has given her the opportunity to dialogue with His Holiness the Dalai Lama on three separate occasions. In it, she examined what really happens in dual-career households. Adding together time in paid work, child care, and housework, she found that working mothers put in a month of work a year more than their spouses.
Updated for a workforce now half female, this edition cites a range of new studies and statistics and includes a new afterword in which Hochschild assesses how much, and how little, has changed for women today. He writes funny, compassionate books offering a developmentally-aware kind of common sense for living with the challenges of childhood and adolescence. In his new book, Wolfe, speaking of the current climate in the relative unacceptability of harsh parental responses to children's behaviour, argues that " al though children no longer meet the standard for compliance that only the fear of harsh punishment can produce, parents have and always will have sufficient power and leverage to produce children who behave most of the time as we want them to.
He uses attachment to explain this power, demonstrates how this knowledge enables us to make decisions about what behaviours mean, shows us how to say "no", how to make them "stop", and how to make them "do. A few years ago, Bill Stixrud and Ned Johnson started noticing the same problem from different angles: Even high-performing kids were coming to them acutely stressed and lacking motivation. Many complained they had no control over their lives. Some stumbled in high school or hit college and unraveled.
Bill is a clinical neuropsychologist who helps kids gripped by anxiety or struggling to learn. Ned is a motivational coach who runs an elite tutoring service. Together they discovered that the best antidote to stress is to give kids more of a sense of control over their lives. In this groundbreaking book they reveal how you can actively help your child to sculpt a brain that is resilient, and ready to take on new challenges. The Self-Driven Child offers a combination of cutting-edge brain science, the latest discoveries in behavioral therapy, and case studies drawn from the thousands of kids and teens Bill and Ned have helped over the years to teach you how to set your child on the real road to success.
As parents, we can only drive our kids so far. At some point, they will have to take the wheel and map out their own path. But there is a lot you can do before then to help them tackle the road ahead with resilience and imagination. Self-esteem games show children how wonderful it can be to be themselves — emotionally, socially, physically, and intellectually. It equips parents with usable information across a range of topics, like exercise, nutrition, play, sleep, stress, self-discipline, emotional intelligence, and connection.
Some discoveries in neuroscience confirm age-old parental wisdom while others may prompt you to make immediate changes. Still other brain discoveries help explain behaviors that have puzzled parents forever, like why friendly, easygoing kids can become withdrawn and sullen dragons overnight when they enter adolescence, or why girls and boys tend to have such different classroom experiences. These real-life applications in Dr. Popular culture and technology inundate our children with an onslaught of mixed messages at earlier ages than ever before.
Corporations capitalize on this disturbing trend, and without the emotional sophistication to understand what they are doing and seeing, kids are getting into increasing trouble emotionally and socially. Filled with savvy suggestions, helpful sample dialogues, and poignant true stories from families dealing with these issues, So Sexy So Soon provides parents with the information, skills, and confidence they need to discuss sensitive topics openly and effectively so their kids can just be kids.
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By tapping into children's natural delight, spirit games restore the sparkle to their eyes. Parents these days are under a great deal of pressure to be "perfect. Where does this leave parents? Too often, lacking in confidence, ill equipped, and overwhelmed. Parenting expert Vicki Hoefle makes the bold claim that it's time for parents to get off the perfection path and get back to the real job of parenting: to grow a grown-up. In this no-nonsense parenting guide, Hoefle draws upon twenty-five years of experience with helping parents see the big picture and sidestep what she calls the "detail drama" that too often trumps everyday life with our kids.
Parents learn more than just strategies; they learn a methodology that allows them to help their toddlers build a strong foundation for success in adulthood. Sulky, Rowdy, Rude? Children can go through difficult phases — this is a natural part of growing up. Conflicts and arguments are nothing exceptional, but rather a part of everyday family life. The authors of this practical and imaginative book show how parents can create consistent and effective structures, methods and responses, so that children can learn for themselves how to practise self-control and cooperation in a secure environment where they both belong and have autonomy.
Based on years of experience working with children, including those with special needs, the authors structure their methods around the low arousal approach. With many creative suggestions and real-life examples, this book has the potential to change family life for the better forever. Many parents find that as their children grow, those chatty preschoolers become mono-syllabic teenagers. Talk About Anything with Your Kids shows parents how to have open and satisfying conversations with kids from six to 14, with the emphasis on learning to truly listen to what our kids have to say.
The book shows you how to develop effective and rewarding communication in your family effectively. They can Google the answer to any question at lightning speed. If a teen forgets his homework, a quick call to mom or dad has it hand-delivered in minutes. They are being taught not to think. In Teaching Kids to Think , Dr. Darlene Sweetland and Dr. Ron Stolberg offer insight into the social, emotional, and neurological challenges unique to this generation.
A must-read for parents and educators, Teaching Kids to Think will help you understand where this sense of entitlement comes from — and how to turn it around in order to raise children who are confident, independent, and thoughtful. Occasional clashes between parents and children are not uncommon, but when defiant behavior — including tantrums, resistance to chores, and negativity — becomes chronic, it causes big problems within the family.
In this updated edition, parents will learn how to face new challenges, including defiance resulting from excessive technology use even to the point of addiction and the stress of modern family life. The best-selling author of Raising Girls, psychologist and parent educator offers an interactive experience for parents to explore the relationship with their girls from the cradle to the teenager. It is a guided journey of exercises, conversations, reflections and self-rating questionnaires that builds the inner capacities in a parent, targeted at each stage of their daughters growing up.
Every aspect — love and security in babyhood, mindfulness, setting boundaries, emotional well-being and emotional literacy, education and learning in primary and secondary school, friendship, puberty and adolescence, sexuality and sexualization, choosing partners and negotiating equality and respect — in fact everything a father or mother needs to think about to be prepared and self-aware in providing for their growing girl. Amy Morin, the author who identified the characteristics that mentally strong people share, now gives adults — parents, teachers, and other mentors — the tools they need to become mental strength trainers.
While other books tell parents what to do, Amy teaches parents what "not to do," which she says is equally important in raising mentally strong youngsters. As a foster parent, psychotherapist, and expert in family and teen therapy, Amy has witnessed first-hand what works. When children have the skills they need to deal with challenges in their everyday lives, they can flourish socially, emotionally, behaviorally, and academically. With appropriate support, encouragement, and guidance from adults, kids grow stronger and become better.
Would you ever take a job without a job description, let alone one that requires a lifetime contract? Parents do this every day, and yet there is no instruction manual that offers achievable methods for containing and organizing the seemingly endless job of parenting. Finding a healthy balance between raising a human and being a human often feels impossible, but Julie Morgenstern shows you how to harness your own strengths and weaknesses to make the job your own.
This revolutionary roadmap includes:. The Ultimate Guide to Raising Teens and Tweens offers a step-by-step plan for raising your adolescent through this tumultuous time. Douglas Haddad provides specific, proven tools for you to help your child become a problem solver and grow to be smart, successful, and self-disciplined.
Every parent wants the best for their child, and these years can be fraught with challenges: bullying, violence, gambling, sex, smoking, alcohol, substance use, eating disorders, depression, suicide, unhealthy eating, lack of physical activity, etc. Making sense of these challenges, this book offers exercises for incorporating the ten child unlimited tools into your parenting style and anecdotes to illustrate strategies and techniques. Supported by current research, the tools found in these pages will serve as a guide for any family with tweens or teens.
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