Positive Discipline A-Z: 1001 Solutions to Everyday Parenting Problems


      Positive Discipline A-Z: 1001 Solutions to Everyday Parenting Problems
As a parent, you face one of the most challenging and rewarding roles of your life No matter how much you love your child, there will still be moments filled with anger, frustration, and, at times, desperation What do you do Over the years, millions of parents just like you have come to trust the Positive Discipline series for its consistent, commonsense approach to child rearing In this completely updated edition of Positive Discipline A Z, you will learn how to use methods to raise a child who is responsible, respectful, and resourceful You ll find practical solutions to such parenting challenges as Sibling Rivalry Bedtime Hassles School Problems Getting Chores Done ADHD Eating Problems Procrastination Whining Tattling and Lying Homework Battles And Dozens More This newly revised and expanded third edition contains up to the minute information on sleeping through the night, back talk, and lack of motivation as well as tips on diet, exercise, and obesity prevention, and new approaches to parenting in the age of computers and cell phones. Download Positive Discipline A-Z: 1001 Solutions to Everyday Parenting Problems By Jane Nelsen – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

Dr Jane Nelsen is a licensed Marriage, Family and Child Counselor in South Jordan, UT and Carlsbad, CA.She is the author and or coauthor of the Positive Discipline Series.

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  • Paperback
  • 336 pages
  • Positive Discipline A-Z: 1001 Solutions to Everyday Parenting Problems
  • Jane Nelsen
  • English
  • 14 October 2018
  • 0307345572

10 thoughts on “ Positive Discipline A-Z: 1001 Solutions to Everyday Parenting Problems

  1. says:

    Full disclosure, I read this by skimming many of the chapters I didn t learn anything new or particularly amazing, but it was some positive validation because we are already taking this approach to parenting Honestly, it s not rocket science, but it is relentless and trying kids need firm limits, but they need you to be gentle Physical or verbal punishment especially for 0 3 year olds just doesn t work It s exhausting, but we need to constantly teach them the difference between acceptab Full disclosure, I read this by skimming many of the chapters I didn t learn an...

  2. says:

    Useful, practical advice The only thing that bothered me was the way children s behavior was described as misbehavior instead of how the behavior was experienced for the child what needs the child was trying to fulfill using that particular behavior and then examining why that particular behavior was a problem for the family, society, etc. I feel like framing it through the child s eyes invitesempathy to the situation, while still focusing on solutions Hearing the word misbehavior Useful, practical advice The only thing that bothered me was the way children s behavior was described as misbehavior instead of how the behavior was experienced for the child what needs the child was trying to fulfill using th...

  3. says:

    It had a few good nuggets and reminders about the nature of kids and how they are wired, however it was hard for me to take it seriously They open talking about how using negative consequences eg a time out for unwanted behavior is ineffective without ever citing research to back this claim What s worse much worse , they say this approach will only provoke guilt and shame Guilt and shame are two very different concepts and should be distinguished as being totally different and elicited It had a few good nuggets and reminders about the nature of kids and how they are wired, however it was hard for me to take it seriously They open talking about how using negative consequences eg a time out for unwanted behavior is ineffective without ever citing research to back this claim What s worse much worse , they say this approach will only provoke guilt and shame Guilt and shame are two very different concepts and should be distinguished as being totally...

  4. says:

    I ve read a lot of parenting books and I thought this was one of the easier ones to read because it told me exactly what to say in certain situations.Quotes I really liked Empowered children have opinions and want to be involved in decision making Demanding children want everything to be their way If you want your kids to listen , use less words Children tattle because they lack the skills to solve their own problems or because they feel discourag...

  5. says:

    I love any book that stands for raising your child with Love an Respect.I always stood for that, but no one is perfect, and there are still situations in which I m harsher than I want to be, or I am managing certain situations wrong.This book helped me, because after read...

  6. says:

    I liked this so much because you can just look up the issue you are having and find out why your child might be acting this way, what they gain by it and how to prevent it Besides that, it gives you actual possible con...

  7. says:

    This was a reread it has some helpful tips tricks, which so come in handy when you re overwhelmed Some of the writing is dumb, and the anecdotes could use some serious work But, it s a helpful check in because they hints work at all age levels Will definitely be referring back as we move on

  8. says:

    I refer to this one a lot

  9. says:

    4.5 stars There were a few minor areas where I disagreed with the suggestions or felt that the authors should have gone further with their reasoning, but overall it was excellent I especially like how such a wide variety of common parenting problems is addressed and each problem has its...

  10. says:

    Very practical and lots of good ideas for someone who s never dealt with the terrible 2 s and 3 s.

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