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What Great Parents Do

Author : Erica Reischer
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A golden rule book to parenting best practices, What Great Parents Do concisely presents key strategies to help parents reshape kids' challenging behaviors, create strong family bonds, and guide children toward becoming happy, kind, responsible adults. What Great Parents Do is an everything-you-need-to-know road map for parenting that you will consult again and again. Psychologist Erica Reischer draws on research in child development and cognitive science to distill the best information about parenting today into bite-size pieces with real examples, useful tips, and tools and techniques that parents can apply right away. This book will show you how to do what great parents do so well, including: - Great parents start with empathy - Great parents accept their kids just as they are - Great parents avoid power struggles - Great parents see the goal of discipline as learning, not punishment - Great parents know they aren't perfect A toolbox of the most effective parenting strategies, What Great Parents Do is accessible, actionable, and easy to follow.

What Great Parents Do

Author : Erica Reischer
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What Great Parents Do is an everything-you-need-to-know roadmap for parenting that you will consult again and again. Psychologist Erica Reischer draws on research in child development and cognitive science to distil the best information about parenting today into bite-sized pieces with real examples, useful tips, and tools and techniques that parents can apply right away. This book will show you: - How to avoid common parenting mis-steps. - How to transform power struggles into cooperation. - How to change unwanted behaviour such as whining and procrastinating, without having to yell or nag. The book is based on Dr. Reischer's popular parenting workshops that bring together research with real-life examples to create a toolbox for parents that is relatable, actionable, and easy to follow.

What Good Parents Have in Common

Author : Janis Long Harris
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Based on interviews with scores of adult children who appreciate their parents, this book reveals the 13 characteristics shared by these parents. Through stories and reflections, Long-Harris paints a sometimes surprising picture of how good parents go about raising happy, productive children--and offers practical help to moms and dads today.

Friends Forever

Author : Fred Frankel
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A systematic plan for parents to help their kids acquire and sustain friendships Every parent hopes their child will develop healthy and happy friendships. However, most parents don't know what to do that will encourage their child to be a friend and attract friends. The author offers clear-cut friendship-making guidelines for parents and their children. Some of the book's recommendations include: don't over-schedule a child's time; guide children to participate in "friend-attracting" activities; seek out friends in the neighborhood. The author includes methods for dealing with bullying and inappropriate friendships Offers clear guidance for helping children become a good friend and attract lasting friendships for life Shows how to teach kids the social and emotional intelligence skills they need to form friendships such as listening, empathy, compassion, recreational conversation The book also includes techniques for teaching kids how to use MySpace, Facebook, and Twitter in positive ways that will foster friendships.

Good Parents for Hard Times

Author : Joanne Barbara Koch
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A guide to help parents cope with the challenges of raising children discusses self-esteem, decision making, talking to children about sex, and handling emotional problems

How Parents Can Develop Happy Children

Author : Frank Dixon
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"Children Must Be Taught How To Think, Not What To Think." ― Margaret Mead Are you struggling to make your kid behave in public? Is your child always throwing temper tantrums in restaurants, airplanes or toy stores? Do you always find yourself on the receiving end of complaints about your kid's bad behavior in school? Raising a child is an ongoing challenge and it's your responsibility to help your little one develop into a useful member of the society, a self-confident individual, and a happy person. Here's How You Can Raise Happy Kids & Transform Them Into Thriving, Successful Adults! You can start by investing your time into this comprehensive parenting book, which will offer you an in-depth understanding of the roots of your child's poor behavior and enable you to start uprooting bad habits and planting the seeds of future success. Frank Dixon, the best-selling author of "How Parents Can Raise Resilient Children" and "How Parents Can Teach Children To Counter Negative Thoughts" has created an all-inclusive parenting guide that will help you teach your child: ✅ Essential Social Skills: Understand The Connection Between Improving Social Skills & Finding Happiness ✅ Communications Skills: How To Talk To Everyone & Activities That Encourage Better Communication and Reduce Social Anxiety ✅ The Importance of Learning Empathy: Activities That Foster Empathy & Help Your Child Start Caring For Others Attention! If you believe your child is the most special kid in the known universe, if you think that your kid's opinion is the only thing that matters, if you think that the world revolves around your kid... this book will break your bubble! And That's Not All! By the end of this eye-opening effective parenting and child development book, you will be able to help your little one learn: ☑️ Good Manners, Etiquette and Proper Social Behavior: no more embarrassing stares from people at the restaurant or the grocery store. ☑️ How To Make Friends: your kid will not be left out of collaborative play due to his/her bad or selfish behavior anymore. ☑️ The Value Of Responsibility & Cooperation: lay the foundations of future success by teaching your children how to be responsible and learn accountability for their actions. "My Spoiiled Child Is Already Showing Signs Of Disobedience and Bad Behavior, Is It Too Late?" Absolutely Not! You can start transforming your children's bad habits into positive traits. Invest time, effort, and energy into your kid's development today and your children will thank you later! Click "Buy Now" & Grab A Copy Of "How Parents Can Develop Happy Children" Today!

Timeless Principles of Raising Great Kids

Author : Nicholeen Peck & SherLynne M Beach
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Do you sometimes find yourself wishing you had a different family? Some of us have all felt it before. It is in those moments when your kids are fighting and screaming with each other and you. Your spouse seems distant and disconnected from you with regard to family matters, disciplining children, planning for family events and more. Life seems to be an endless sequence of meals, laundry, dirty diapers, messy rooms, undone home improvement projects, and chauffeuring kids to dance lessons and soccer practices. Then in the middle of all this chaos, you begin to want more peace and a greater sense of mission and purpose. What's it all for? Then you notice the 'Joneses' next door. The parents never seem to be in disagreement and never, ever yell at their kids. Their children always speak to their parents with respect and never, ever fight with each other. The children excel at just about everything and always seem to be the most talented, best students, most socially adjusted in the neighborhood. Can this be for real? Or are they just a bunch of invading aliens from another planet? The Jones seem to always be happy, peaceful, confident...no problems right? Wrong! But they do know something you don't - Just like our panel of experts featured in our latest book, they know following principle-based family skills are fundamental in raising children who excel in all areas of their life. Principle-based family skills are a fundamental requirement for successful communication in a marriage. And mostly, they know parents can now transform their inadequacies into effective skills for their marriages and their children. That is why we should always be reading, studying and ever learning to improve ourselves and our families. So now you too, can discover what other great mentors, teachers and coaches have discovered about their families - Now you can keep up with the 'Joneses' in a healthy way. In this compilation book, discover timeless wisdom, seemingly magical secrets to building strong families and a practical, step-by-step guide to successful parenting from best-selling authors & mentors, who are also "pretty good parents." Here is a list of the gurus contributing to this powerful book: Nicholeen Peck Stephen Palmer Ty Bennett Rich Christiansen Tiffany Earl Diann Jeppson Jodi Palmer Leslie Householder Nathan Jurewicz Wayne Allen Root Shannon and Dino Watt Tony Litster Mark Andrew Beach Chad Hymas Jerry Norton Oliver & Rachel DeMille

Discovering Your Child s Design

Author : Ralph Mattson
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The Lutheran

Author : George Washington Sandt
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Parenting Absolute

Author : Mallika T R
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I have, with pleasure, to admit that the book is quite captivating. The sequencing of the 21 chapters speak volumes about the thought process of bringing together, at one place, this ‘Practical to-do’ for transforming ‘parents’ into ‘great parents’. She has also illustrated solutions to different challenges through stories. I am sure parents would benefit immensely by reading and adopting the methods described herein. Mr. Amit Kumar, Former Exec. Director, ONGC, Accredited & ICF Coach “What skills do parents require the most?” This book helps you to improve your well-being while resolving issues concerning your children. You gain insight to master the art of bringing up your children in the most conscientious and mindful way. Hence, it is easy to read and learn the skills and strategies from someone who has been through the struggle as a parent. The stories and examples are those that you can relate to easily about your experiences with your children and shift to the best parenting style. It helps you bond with your children and build a progressive relationship. A must read for every parent who wants to know the rudiments of parenthood.

Parliamentary Debates Hansard

Author : Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
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Educational Leadership

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Childbirth Education

Author : Francine H. Nichols
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The childbirth Educator; Expectant Parents; Supportive Strategies for Childbirth; Promoting Wellness; The Classroom Experience; Professional Practice

The Really Really Busy Person s Book on Parenting

Author : Katharine Hill
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As parents we live each day at such a pace. One minute we are juggling the dawn scramble for p.e. kit, packing lunchboxes and dealing with toddler tantrums in the supermarket queue and then before we know it, they are filling in job applications. Did we do it right? Did we do it well?There is no one way to be the perfect parent. But there are a hundred ways to be a great parent. This hilarious, engaging little book is packed full with great ideas to help any really really busy parent find that extra minute, to enjoy their kids and to make the very most of every precious moment. Within these few pages are ideas strategies and principles that can revolutionise not only the way we parent, but also the way we feel about our parenting.

The Work Parent Switch

Author : Anita Cleare
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You can still work and be a great parent! Most modern parents work. And we have limited time, limited energy, limited patience and too much to do. We are seldom at our best at the end of a long working day when the parenting shift kicks in. We want to do the right thing but, in the thick of it, with no time to think and no energy to spare, it’s easy to miss the small changes that could make a big difference to our child’s (and our own) well-being. The Work/Parent Switch is essential reading for every working parent. Written by an expert in child development and psychology who has worked with thousands of stressed out working parents, it will walk you through an approach to parenting that will transform family life and can be fitted into modern working patterns. Covering all the key challenges such getting everyone out of the house on time in the morning, managing difficult behaviour when you’re tired at the end of the day, controlling tech time and avoiding Sunday night homework battles, The Parent/Work Switch will help you to stop feeling guilty about being at work and give you the tools to create the family life you want to come home to.

Toxic Parents

Author : Susan Forward
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The connection between controlling, abusive, or alcoholic parents and adult problems with self-esteem, work, or intimacy is examined in a compelling guide to coming to terms with a troubled childhood

Need to Know for New Parents

Author : Jeff Atwood
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Useful Advice for Expecting Couples Expecting or adopting couples will appreciate this collection of practical and highly relevant wisdom and wit that will help them manage their expectations, experience grace, and laugh at themselves when things don’t go as planned. Author Jeff Atwood shares the real-life lessons he and his wife learned while raising their three daughters, the kind of guidance they wish someone would have given them before they had children. New moms and dads will be better prepared for parenting with useful advice, including: Tell your spouse “I love you” a lot during the day, because you might be too exhausted (or too stressed) to remember to say those words at 3 a.m. The past is not an indicator of future performance. Just because your baby did something the same way for the past 30 days, does not mean they will do it the same way in the next 30 days. Your kids need less stuff than you think they do. Nearly everything is disposable or has a very short lifespan. Need to Know for New Parents makes an ideal baby shower gift or a great book to read through with your spouse.

Morality and Moral Controversies

Author : John Arthur
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This comprehensive anthology includes classic and contemporary readings in moral theory--a wide array of essays that address today's most philosophically interesting and controversial ethical and political issues. Includes an ethical theory overview; shows relevance of traditional and contemporary writers. KEY TOPICS: Features articles on self-interest and morality, rule utilitarianism and the conflict between duty and sentiment; Features readings on life and death, terrorism, internment in time of war, distribution of scarce medical resources and the survival lottery; Features essays on democracy, capitalism and its ethos, multiculturalism, identity and reparations. Extensive coverage of violence, terrorism, and war, as well as relativism and grounds of morality. MARKET: For those involved in social or political ethical decision making.

Child and Family

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The Gujaratis in San Francisco

Author : Usha R. Jain
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