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Parent traps : understanding and overcoming the pitfalls that all parents face

Author: Donna G Corwin
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Griffin, 1997.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st St. Martin's Griffin edView all editions and formats
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An easy-to-understand book which helps to identify patterns parents fall into and shows positive and effective parenting techniques that can be used to build a more understanding and fulfilling relationshp with your child.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Donna G Corwin
ISBN: 0312169612 9780312169619 0312174438 9780312174439
OCLC Number: 36739540
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xix, 183 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: The ties that bind: Early pain --
Parental patterns --
Parenting styles: The fixer --
The controller --
The avoider --
The modernist --
The old guard --
The emotional traps: Button pushers --
The guilt trap --
How to disconnect from the guilt trap --
Power traps: Anger --
Responsibility and control --
Trying to change a child's nature --
Laws and setting limits --
Pushing the limits --
Natural consequences --
Letting go --
Internal traps: Self-traps --
Diminished expectations --
Build internal structures --
Acknowledge feelings --
Criticism --
Independence --
Time traps --
Positive strokes --
Positive focus --
Values: Respect --
The bribery trap --
Spoiling --
The net --
Social traps: Peer pressure --
Sports traps --
The beauty trap: The beauty myth --
The academic trap: Competition --
The homework trap --
Motivate, don't dictate --
School problems --
Praise and encouragement --
Parental myths and misgivings: Perfect parents --
Be good, not perfect --
Superparents --
Burnout --
Burned-out working moms --
Going it alone --
Self-giving --
No-laugh traps --
Parent-child communication: Be direct --
Just listen --
"Did you say sex?" --
Family meeting --
Family problem solving --
Renewing our parent-child relationship: Understanding --
Repair --
Forgiveness --
Reattachment --
Trap doors and how to open them.
Responsibility: Donna G. Corwin.
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An easy-to-understand book which helps to identify patterns parents fall into and shows positive and effective parenting techniques that can be used to build a more understanding and fulfilling relationshp with your child.

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