The Whole-Brain Child: 12 Revolutionary Strategies to Nurture Your Child’s Developing Mind by Daniel J. Siegel . Parenting from the ground up is hard enough.
Perfecting parenting: This pioneering book, created by a neuropsychiatrist and a parenting expert, takes a scientific approach to parenting by addressing the steps to foster healthy brain development. The mom and dad dynamic is different, making it not always a sometimes tough transition for you or the children.
In this concise, practical book Christiane Kutik highlights twelve simple steps for bringing some peace, composure and . This is a book written specifically for parents with no time and little energy - short, easy-to-absorb and easy-to-implement steps to quickly improve family life.
In this concise, practical book Christiane Kutik highlights twelve simple steps for bringing some peace, composure and enjoyment back into everyday family life. She bases her approach on providing a solid underlying structure to family life, with clear roles, rules, routine and respect.
The Whole Parent book. I actually physically recoiled and lashed out at my 12 year old brother for giving me hug- something that I immediately knew was out of character for me- except that it was my immediate and natural response. I've never done that to McKay or Margaret, so I am grateful for that.
No parent dreams about raising a spoiled ki. Parents often go easy on spoiled children and don’t teach them to enjoy the competition.
No parent dreams about raising a spoiled kid. But sometimes the parental desire to give their children only the best and make their lives as comfortable and secure as possible may cause results that definitely aren’t in line with their original parenting plan. A psychologist named Amy McCready who wrote the book, The Me, Me, Me Epidemic! believes that when parents act this way, they deprive the child of an opportunity to build confidence in themselves, learn from their mistakes, and overcome difficulties.
10. How many exercises have you (done/been doing) today? 11. This is the best book I have ever (read/been reading). 12. How long have you (known/been knowing) Jane? 13. How long have you (learnt/been learning) to drive?