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What great parents do : 75 simple strategies for raising kids who thrive / Erica Reischer, PHD.

Reischer, Erica, (author.).

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  • ISBN: 9780399176692
  • ISBN: 0399176691
  • Physical Description: xx, 220 pages ; 21 cm
  • Publisher: New York, New York : TarcherPerigee, [2016]

Content descriptions

Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references (pages 217-220) and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Great parents do what they say they are going to do -- Great parents do what they know -- Great parents change themselves first -- Great parents focus near and far -- Great parents see parenting as a skill -- Great parents practice empathy -- Great parents watch out for "buts" -- Great parents respect their children's reality -- Great parents accept their kids just as they are -- Great parents avoid these toxic phrases -- Great parents teach kids to feel their feelings and choose their actions -- Great parents aren't perfect -- Great parents let kids make mistakes and experience failure -- Great parents resist the urge to "fix" feelings -- Great parents take ownership of their feelings -- Great parents acknowledge their moods and feelings -- Great parents pay attention -- Great parents cultivate self-awareness -- Great parents practice positive touch -- Great parents help kids develop positive habits -- Great parents distinguish between goals and methods -- Great parents show kids the way -- Great parents don't gratify behavior they don't want repeated -- Great parents "catch" kids being good (and tell kids specifically what they liked) -- Great parents discipline lovingly -- Great parents discipline in private -- Great parents avoid disciplining when tired or hungry -- Great parents see the goal of discipline as learning, not punishment -- Great parents understand that children's brains are different -- Great parents notice what they say and how they say it -- Great parents see that actions speak louder than words -- Great parents practice emotion coaching -- Great parents promote self-control -- Great parents view kids as little explorers and scientists -- Great parents give previews -- Great parents give kids the benefit of the doubt -- Great parents share their power -- Great parents are in charge -- Great parents maintain a warm and affectionate attitude -- Great parents treat their kids with respect, consideration, and kindness -- Great parents expect their kids to treat them with respect, consideration, and kindness --
Great parents rarely say "good job!" or "you are so smart!" -- Great parents (mostly) avoid labels -- Great parents play it straight -- Great parents use scaffolding -- Great parents give a reason -- Great parents give fair warning -- Great parents are transparent about their decision-making process -- Great parents know that reasoning has its limits -- Great parents harness the power of natural consequences -- Great parents give speeding tickets -- Great parents create speed bumps -- Great parents are consistent -- Great parents strive to be matter-of-fact -- Great parents teach happiness habits (and also practice them) -- Great parents teach kids the three Ps -- Great parents protect playtime -- Great parents prioritize sleep -- Great parents encourage sensible risk taking -- Great parents encourage their kids to "do good" -- Great parents avoid power struggles -- Great parents avoid reward economies -- Great parents make time to give kids their full attention -- Great parents take care of themselves -- Great parents pivot -- Great parents use placeholders -- Great parents reframe -- Great parents focus on the positive -- Great parents can change the mood (be silly and playful) -- Great parents avoid drama -- Great parents stop the action -- Great parents offer replays -- Great parents stage rehearsals -- Great parents focus on the relationship -- Great parents start where they are.
Summary, etc.:
"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 known to man, What Great Parents Do is accessible, actionable, and easy to follow"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject: Parenting.
Self-actualization (Psychology)
Parent and child.
FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / Parenting / General.
SELF-HELP / Personal Growth / General.
FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / Life Stages / School Age.

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