How to Be the Parent You Always Wanted to Be

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Product Number: Z06804
Released: Nov 01, 2013
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ISBN: #9781470370213
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Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish' s down-to-earth, respectful approach to parenting has improved the lives of countless families throughout the world. Now, the authors' wisdom and advice are collected in this concise new edition of How to Be the Parent You Always Wanted to Be-- an essential workbook and audio guide to their widely embraced and empowering methods of parenting-- uniquely designed for busy parents on the go. Faber and Mazlish address the struggles parents face every day. By listening to this recording and doing the workbook exercises, you' ll learn how to: - Deal with your children' s strong emotions - Set firm limits and still maintain goodwill - Express your angry feelings without being hurtful - Engage your children' s cooperation - Resolve family conflicts peacefully Loaded with real-life stories, delightful cartoons, and answers to commonly asked questions, this new multimedia edition demonstrates simple, proven skills that can make relationships with children of all ages less stressful and more rewarding.


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How to Be the Parent You Always Wanted to Be
Product Number: BX00024278
Product Number:Z06804
Product Number:C02626

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Product Number C02626
Released: Nov 25, 2013
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ISBN: #9781470365066
Product Number EB00561980
Released: Sep 11, 2014
Business Term: 2 Year
Publisher: Scribner
ISBN: #9781451663921

Professional reviews

"The authors have written and recorded before about parenting, and it's hard not to respond to their optimism and energy as they talk about how to handle difficult children. The focus is on difficulty, not pathology, so what they talk about are things like excessive arguing, entitlement, maintaining order, and keeping one's own emotional balance when in battle. The authors act out many parent-child dialogues and, for many ears, these scenes will be too lengthy and annoying to serve their purpose. But the central ideas about parenting challenges make the program worthwhile, as long as one doesn't expect a detailed guide or anything beyond the handling of a normally difficult child. T.W. (c) AudioFile 2000, Portland, Maine"

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