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Brave Parenting : A Buddhist-Inspired Guide to Raising Emotionally Resilient Children. by Pozatek, Krissy.; Pozatek, Kristine.;
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- A Letter to Parents -- Introduction: Moccasins -- Part I: The River: The Course of Emotions -- 1. Letting Your Kids Feel -- 2. Removing the Dams in the River: Restoring Equilibrium -- 3. Skill~ Letting Your Child's River Run -- Part II: Nature: The Cause and Effect of Behaviors -- 4. Holding Up a Mirror to Our Children's Behavior -- 5. The Relief of Nature -- 6. Skill~ Cause-and-Effect Parenting: Connecting Our Kids to the Real World -- Part III: Boulders: Obstacles on the Trail -- 7. The Parent's Trail -- 8. The Child's Trail -- 9. Skill~ Sorting Out the Boulders -- Part IV: Two Trails Side by Side -- 10. New Pathways -- 11. Compassion -- 12. Skill~ Removing the Leather: Brave Parenting -- Conclusion: Contact with Nature -- Acknowledgments -- Bibliography -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- Q -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -- W -- Y -- Z -- About the Author -- About Wisdom Publications.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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Raising a Secure Child : How Circle of Security Parenting Can Help You Nurture Your Child's Attachment, Emotional Resilience, and Freedom to Explore. by Hoffman, Kent.(DLC)1623603; Cooper, Glen.; Powell, Bert.; Benton, Christine M.(DLC)1907534; Siegel, Daniel J.(DLC)1605633;
Cover -- Half Title Page -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- Authors' Note -- Introduction -- Part I. All Around the Circle: Understanding Attachment and the Importance of Security -- 1. Attachment: Why It Matters -- 2. Security: Befriending Imperfection -- 3. A Map for Attachment: The Circle of Security -- 4. Being the Hands on the Circle -- 5. Shark Music: How Our Childhood Echoes in Our Parenting -- 6. Behavior as Communication: Cues and Miscues -- Part II. Creating and Maintaining the Circle: How to Be Bigger, Stronger, Wiser, and Kind-and Good Enough -- 7. Shark Bones: Exploring Our Core Sensitivities -- 8. Testing New Waters: Choosing Security -- 9. Staying Afloat: Choosing Security Over and Over as Your Child Grows -- Resources -- Index -- About the Authors.Today's parents are constantly pressured to be perfect. But in striving to do everything right, we risk missing what children really need for lifelong emotional security. Now the simple, powerful "Circle of Security" parenting strategies that Kent Hoffman, Glen Cooper, and Bert Powell have taught thousands of families are available in self-help form for the first time.  You will learn:  *How to balance nurturing and protectiveness with promoting your child's independence.  *What emotional needs a toddler or older child may be expressing through difficult behavior. *How your own upbringing affects your parenting style--and what you can do about it.  Filled with vivid stories and unique practical tools, this book puts the keys to healthy attachment within everyone's reach--self-understanding, flexibility, and the willingness to make and learn from mistakes. Self-assessment checklists can be downloaded and printed for ease of use.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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30 Ways in 30 Days to Strengthen Your Family. by Hagelin, Rebecca.;
Intro -- 30 Ways in 30 Days to Strengthen Your Family -- Foreword -- Introduction -- Chapter 1 -- Commit to the Daily Battle -- Chapter 2 -- Envision the Childhood You Want for Your Children, and the Adults You Want Them to Become -- Chapter 3 -- Assess Your Home -- Chapter 4 -- Understand How Marketers Target Your Children -- Chapter 5 -- Make Your Home Inviting, Warm, and … Fun! -- Chapter 6 -- Create Family Time -- Chapter 7 -- Discuss the Modern Challenges of Friendship with Your Teens and Evaluate Your Own Friendships -- Chapter 8 -- Know the Difference between Your Principles and Your Preferences -- Chapter 9 -- Write a Letter to Your Teens -- Chapter 10 -- Battle the Culture, Not Your Children -- Chapter 11 -- Direct Your Children's Education -- Chapter 12 -- Learn How to Have Meaningful Discussions with Your Children -- Chapter 13 -- Vow to Be the Parent (Not Your Children's Best Friend) -- Chapter 14 -- Secure Allies in the Battle -- Chapter 15 -- Develop and Follow Your "Mother's Intuition" and "Father Knows Best" Instincts -- Chapter 16 -- Install Parental Controls on Your Televisions-and Be the Ultimate Control -- Chapter 17 -- Be Your Family's Movie Critic -- Chapter 18 -- Tell Your Children What Makes a True Hero, and Pledge to Be a Hero Too -- Chapter 19 -- Teach Your Children Every Day That They Have God-Given Value -- Chapter 20 -- Establish a Family Tradition of a Daily Quiet Time -- Chapter 21 -- Set the Example -- Chapter 22 -- Follow Ten Simple Steps with Your Teens to Provide Support for Their Purity -- Chapter 23 -- Set Clothing Standards for Your Daughter That Reflect She Is to Be Respected and Admired for Who She Truly Is -- Chapter 24 -- Dress Your Son in Respect -- Chapter 25 -- Install a Reliable Internet Filter -- Chapter 26 -- Keep Your Children Safe in Online Social Media -- Chapter 27.Let the Golden Rule Rule Your Home -- Chapter 28 -- Help Your Children Connect Privileges and Ownership of Material Things with Work -- Chapter 29 -- Teach Your Children to Be Good Stewards -- Chapter 30 -- Make Your Own List -- Bonus Chapter 31 -- Marriage -- Even More Help.Media and parenting expert Rebecca Hagelin lays out 30 simple, concrete ways you can connect with your children and help them resist today's toxic culture.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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Headstarts [electronic resource] : 100 tips for raising clever, confident, creative kids by Pan, Cindy.(SAGE)2014469; Woods, Vanessa(SAGE)1927869;
About the authors; Dedication; Title Page; Contents; Introduction; 1. Don't be too hard on yourself; 2. Is one too many?; 3. Get clean; 4. Demand feeding: breast and beyond; 5. Laughter, the breast medicine; 6. Breast is best; 7. Childproof everything!; 8. The modern dilemma for new mums; 9. Hi ho, hi ho, it's back to work you go; 10. Chill out; 11. Spend quality time; 12. Take care of your emotional, spiritual and mental health; 13. Enjoy their joy; 14. Happy parents, happy kids?; 15. First love; 16. Hugs help their brains to grow; 17. They can't walk or talk but they can watch and listen18. Motherese19. It's not all talk when it comes to babies; 20. To cry or not to cry?; 21. Co-sleeping; 22. Continuity of care; 23. Which parent are you?; 24. Positive parenting; 25. Kids are born helpful; 26. Mirror, mirror; 27. Be their Jiminy Cricket; 28. Velcro magic; 29. It's never too early to start reading; 30. Baby Einstein sucks; 31. When to teach them a foreign language; 32. Going to Granny's; 33. Mum care versus child care; 34. Yes, please; 35. Coping with stress and the one-way domino effect; 36. Fathers and sons; 37. Sugar and spice, slugs and snails; 38. The battle of wills39. Are we normal?40. Dealing with temper tantrums; 41. It was an accident; 42. To smack or not to smack; 43. One way to prevent obesity; 44. Forbidden fruit; 45. The upside of sugar; 46. Is red cordial the devil?; 47. Breakfast and fish-was Grandma right?; 48. How to make kids eat broccoli (and all the other healthy food they hate); 49. The Tao of Bugs Bunny; 50. Can vitamins make your kids smarter?; 51. Make reading time fun; 52. Where do I come from?; 53. Take the time to show them; 54. School before school; 55. Mind reading; 56. Does Mozart make you smarter?; 57. Ready and eager to learn58. Single-sex versus co-ed schools59. Is the teacher a good witch or a bad witch?; 60. IQ: Nature or nurture?; 61. Teach your kids to have a winning attitude; 62. Personal bests; 63. Spell it out; 64. Talk like a scientist; 65. The building blocks of maths; 66. Overcoming stumbling blocks with maths; 67. Maths strategies; 68. Making maths easier-for everyone; 69. Encouraging curiosity; 70. How to help them with their homework; 71. Overcoming reading problems; 72. Fostering healthy approaches to learning; 73. Don't see red before a test; 74. Popularity-the good, the bad and the ugly75. Best friend-or worst?76. Bullying doesn't pay; 77. Race relations in the playground; 78. How shy is too shy?; 79. Only the lonely . . .; 80. Imaginary friends; 81. Getting through the tough times; 82. Helping your chickens cross the road; 83. Walkin' the dog; 84. Play hard; 85. Make sure they get enough zzzz . . .; 86. Sleep problems in kids and teens; 87. What do they do all day?; 88. Gaming into the future; 89. The upside of computer games; 90. Computer-related injuries; 91. Wii versus work; 92. Attention to detail; 93. Violence is as violence does-say no; 94. TV rots your brain95. Violence on the box<i>Headstarts</i> outlines 100 practical tips to help provide your child with major advantages in both the classroom and the playground. Cindy Pan and Vanessa Woods distil key findings from the very latest international cognitive science research into short, easy-to-understand pieces covering an array of areas, including: * the importance of teaching your child positive thinking patterns * the benefits of hugs on brain development * how to help your child tackle maths and science * the best age to learn a new language, and; * the benefits of good nutrition. <i>Headstarts</i> provides you with
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Without spanking or spoiling : a practical approach to toddler and preschool guidance / by Crary, Elizabeth,1942-(SAGE)1676422;
Includes bibliographies and index.
Subjects: Child rearing;
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Your growing child : from babyhood through adolescence / by Leach, Penelope(SAGE)1653434;
Subjects: Child care; Child rearing;
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365 wacky, wonderful ways to get your children to do what you want / by Crary, Elizabeth,1942-(SAGE)1676422; Carbot, Dave(SAGE)1876475;
Includes bibliographical references.
Subjects: Child rearing;
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Spaces and politics of motherhood / by Boyer, Kate,author.(DLC)2109145;
Includes bibliographical references (pages 125-144) and index.Maternal becomings : space, time and subjectivity in early motherhood -- Mothering with the world : spatial practice, mobility and material agency in maternal becomings -- Natureculture in the nursery : lively breast milk, vibrant matter and the distributed agencies of infant feeding -- Breastfeeding in public : affect, public comfort and the agency of strangers -- Mothers acting back : claiming space through lactation advocacy -- Combining care work with wage work: the changing policy landscape.
Subjects: Motherhood.; Child rearing.;
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Raising a responsible child : practical steps to successful family relationships / by Dinkmeyer, Don C.(SAGE)1684406; McKay, Gary D.(SAGE)1724003;
Subjects: Child rearing; Parenting;
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Pick up your socks-- and other skills growing children need! / by Crary, Elizabeth,1942-(SAGE)1676422; Casebolt, Pati(SAGE)1852014;
Subjects: Child rearing; Responsibility.;
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