The Go-To Mom’s Parents’ Guide to Emotion Coaching Young Children

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Jossey-Bass #ad - She offers emotion coaching solutions for dealing with tantrums, nightmares, bedwetting potty training, hitting, whining, bedtime, shyness, and anger. Blaine shows how to put in place life-changing solutions and access previously untapped resources. From the producer of the popular on line The Go-To Mom.

Tv, comes a handy guide filled with practical tips that reject old-fashioned discipline and instead use empathy and emotion coaching, a more effective, open-hearted method of support and positive change. This book is written for parents who struggle to solve the day-to-day problems of raising kids.

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Thirty Million Words: Building a Child's Brain

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Dutton #ad - Indeed, self-control, critical factor in building grit, parent–child talk is a fundamental, leadership skills, and generosity. It is crucial to making the most in life of the luck you have with your genes. This landmark account of a new scientific perspective describes what works and what doesn't baby talk is fine; relentless correction isn't.

Your family—and our nation—need to know. Nominated for the Books for a Better Life Award* Dutton. Suskind and her colleagues around the country have worked with thousands of families; now their insights and successful, measured approaches are available to all. This is the first book to reveal how and why the first step in nurturing successful lives is talking to children in ways that build their brains.

Thirty Million Words: Building a Child's Brain #ad - The founder and director of the thirty million words initiative, Professor Dana Suskind, explains why the most important—and astoundingly simple—thing you can do for your child’s future success in life is to to talk to them. What nurtures the brain to optimum intelligence and stability?It is a secret hiding in plain sight: the most important thing we can do for our children is to have conversations with them.

Parent talk can drastically improve school readiness and lifelong learning in everything from math to art. The way you talk with your growing child literally builds his or her brain. Discover how to create the best "language environments" for children by following the simple structure of the Three Ts: Tune In; Talk More; Take Turns.

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Positive Discipline: The Classic Guide to Helping Children Develop Self-Discipline, Responsibility, Cooperation, and Problem-Solving Skills

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Ballantine Books #ad - Packed with updated examples that are clear and specific, Positive Discipline shows parents exactly how to focus on solutions while being kind and firm. Give your child the tools he or she needs for a well-adjusted life with this proven treasure trove of practical advice. For twenty-five years, Positive Discipline has been the gold standard reference for grown-ups working with children.

If you want to enrich your relationship with your children, this is the book for you. Sal severe, author of how to behave so your children Will, Too!Millions of children have already benefited from the counsel in this wise and warmhearted book, which features dozens of true stories of positive discipline in action.

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. Positive Discipline. The key to positive discipline is not punishment, she tells us, but mutual respect.

Positive Discipline: The Classic Guide to Helping Children Develop Self-Discipline, Responsibility, Cooperation, and Problem-Solving Skills #ad - Dutton. Now jane nelsen, and mother of seven, educator, distinguished psychologist, has written a revised and expanded edition. Inside you’ll discover how to• bridge communication gaps• defuse power struggles• avoid the dangers of praise• enforce your message of love• build on strengths, not weaknesses• hold children accountable with their self-respect intact• teach children not what to think but how to think• win cooperation at home and at school• meet the special challenge of teen misbehavior“It is not easy to improve a classic book, but Jane Nelson has done so in this revised edition.

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Is That Me Yelling?: A Parent's Guide to Getting Your Kids to Cooperate Without Losing Your Cool

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New Harbinger Publications #ad - Dutton. You will also learn the real reasons behind your frustration, as well as your child’s, how your unique temperament, can contribute to you losing your temper, and how you can start feeling calm and connecting with your child in a positive way, right away. As a parent, you are often under a great deal of stress.

Inside, respect, you will learn powerful mindfulness techniques based in cognitive behavioral theory CBT and temperament theory to help reduce conflict and foster cooperation, and understanding in your family. But what if there was a gentle, effective way for you to improve your kid's behavior without losing your cool or raising your voice? In Is That Me Yelling? leading authority on parenting, Rona Renner outlines effective communication strategies that focus on your child’s unique temperament.

Is That Me Yelling?: A Parent's Guide to Getting Your Kids to Cooperate Without Losing Your Cool #ad - While most books on discipline are “one size fits all, ” this book offers a tailored parenting approach. Being a parent is hard work! and when your child refuses to do even the little things―like picking up their toys, taking a bath, or getting in the car to go to school―it’s easy to become frustrated.

. But that’s why you need real, practical solutions to help you communicate effectively and compassionately with your children in a way that will benefit you both. Between helping your child with their homework, running a household, and working, it’s only natural to feel overwhelmed at times. Positive Discipline.

This book will show you how.

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Raising a Thinking Child: Help Your Young Child to Resolve Everyday Conflicts and Get Along with Others

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Gallery Books #ad - Used book in Good Condition. Dutton. Stressing the importance of developing thinking skills in growing children, a parent's guide introduces the I Can Problem Solve program and explains the difference between teaching children what to think and how to think. Reprint. Positive Discipline.

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