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The emotional problems of normal children : how parents can understand and help

Author: Stanley Turecki; Sarah Wernick
Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, 1994.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Dr. Stanley Turecki's acclaimed first book, The Difficult Child, has become a parenting classic, with more than 250,000 copies in print. He brings the same compassion and practicality to this essential new guide, a lifeline for every parent who has ever asked the frightening question, "Is something wrong with my child?" Whether the difficulty is poor self-image or defiance, fearfulness or hyperactivity, lying or
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Genre/Form: Popular Works
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stanley Turecki; Sarah Wernick
ISBN: 0553074962 9780553074963
OCLC Number: 28674204
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xiv, 254 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Are you concerned about your child? --
A philosophy that respects individuals --
Step into the office of a child psychiatrist --
Planned communication --
Your child's problems --
Your child's normal self --
Your child at home and at school --
Active acceptance and your child's self-image --
Rethinking discipline --
Discipline that promotes success --
Dealing with school problems --
Seeking professional help.
Responsibility: Stanley Turecki with Sarah Wernick.

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Dr. Stanley Turecki's acclaimed first book, The Difficult Child, has become a parenting classic, with more than 250,000 copies in print. He brings the same compassion and practicality to this essential new guide, a lifeline for every parent who has ever asked the frightening question, "Is something wrong with my child?" Whether the difficulty is poor self-image or defiance, fearfulness or hyperactivity, lying or sibling rivalry, this original and thought-provoking book.

Can help. Dr. Turecki begins with two powerful reassurances: "Normal children can have problems" and "Parents can help them." Step-by-step, he shows how mothers and fathers can use their intimate knowledge of their child to understand what's happening - and to intervene effectively. The book offers innovative tools that will make every parent a more effective and confident family leader:. Planned communication: how to discuss problems without destructive arguments and.

Win your child's cooperation. The parental evaluation: a systematic way to gather facts and gain insight into causes and solutions. Active acceptance: how to strengthen your child's self-esteem by acknowledging his or her individuality. Effective discipline: a new approach that focuses on planning and prevention rather than punishment. Co-expert collaboration: how to work with teachers on school problems such as hyperactivity and learning disabilities; and when to seek.

Additional help for a troubled child. Dr. Turecki also invites readers to sit in while he evaluates a child and his or her family. The book includes many vivid vignettes of cases from his practice, illustrating a wide range of problems - and how they were successfully resolved.

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