The Art of Being A Good Parent is a unique and powerful creation. The book takes you though a journey of the different stages of Human Development from Infancy, Childhood, Adolescence and Adulthood.
Author: Rosa F. Turner
Publisher: Rosa F. Turner, MD
The Art of Being A Good Parent is a unique and powerful creation. The book takes you though a journey of the different stages of Human Development from Infancy, Childhood, Adolescence and Adulthood. It connects each stage to the corresponding development of the brain in that particular age group of the child. Every child reacts differently to what say or do depending on their age and stage of development, by having this knowledge parents will be more effective and the child is able to become a happy, well-adjusted adult.
When a school year of home detention failed to produce better grades, we
decided that grounding her was a complete waste of time. Nothing ... RUNNING
AWAY: RAVEN'S STORY Being a good parent isn't all about how you guide your
Author: Sharon Ballantine
Publisher: Balboa Press
What if you had the ideal relationship with your children? This book is for every parent that wants to have a powerful bond with their kids. Parents have the opportunity for newfound freedom and joy when they teach their children about their Internal Guidance System. Tools and guidance are offered in this book for exacting the art of blissful parenting by practicing alignment. It’s fun and easy to work with the Universe and a short lesson in the Law of Attraction is part of this script. Parents—live and also teach your children how to manifest what they want by thinking in a more positive way and deliberately creating their lives.
Equally, fathers are also being drawn in to such practices (a selection of the
parenting guides for fathers include: The ... a New Dad (Kelly, 2004), You're the
Daddy: From Nappy Mess to Happiness in One Year: The Art of Being a Great
Author: J. McLaughlin
Drawing upon qualitative material from parents and professionals, including ethnography, narrative inquiry, interviews and focus groups, this book brings together feminist and critical disability studies theories.
For me, I am well aware of how I have not done all I could to succeed in the art of
being a good father to my children. Also for me, it has been necessary to make up
for this in other ways. When one avenue is blocked, we simply find it necessary ...
Author: Michael Jean Nystrom-Schut
Not just anyone sits down to write their own personal Bible. The famous one, popular with millions of Christians, was penned by 35-40 different authors, over a span of some 1100 years. As of 1995, it was still considered (Guinness) the world’s #1 best seller of all-time. In stark contrast, Michael’s 2-volume Principles of Philosophy was meditated, contemplated, drafted, and written - in deep anonymity and solitude - over a daily and nightly 30-month span. His two books come in at over 800,000 words (the same as ten 80,000-word works). With the King James Old and New Testament totaling just over 783,000 words, it is easy to see why Michael views himself as both prolific (plentiful) and loquacious (talkative) when it pertains to laying down thought. As the Bible is for millions on the planet, Michael feels his principles are also a template - an owner’s manual - a guidebook - for (in particular) how to: (1) view life on earth; (2) work on the detail of one’s philosophy and worldview; and (3) examine and conduct a balanced, meaningful existence on this planet. The Holy Bible consists of 80 books (39 in the Old Hebrew part, 14 in the Apocrypha, and 27 in the New Christian part). Michael’s Principles (Volumes One and Two) each cover 84 chapters of the basic areas of life as he views them, with 21 chapters outlined each, for: (1) the mental; (3) the social; and (2) the material; (4) the spiritual areas of our lives. A detailed numbering system is in place for quick reference to topics. Each volume happens to come in at 613 entries, making a total of 1226 separate entries in the two books. By dictionary definition, a “principle” is defined as a “fundamental truth or proposition that serves as the foundation for a system of belief or behavior or for a chain of reasoning.” This is precisely why he chose “principles” in the title. His own personal philosophical principles are what he tries to practice daily. Michael even states they are likely the reason he is still with us in bodily form on the earth, and remains in (relative) possession of his right mind as well. Since leaving organized religion early on in life, these tenants, practiced in balance, have been what Michael has focused on for several decades. They work well for him. In the course of these pursuits, he says he has come to thousands of conclusions. And they all point to the balanced life. As he insists, for him, it is all about equivalent portions of mind (mental), body (material), relationships (social), and spirituality (God; the Universe). Basically, everything can be summed up within these four primary areas of life. Michael seems to never hesitate to conclude that he has found his own personal means of salvation in the midst of pursuing his balance of the Principles of Philosophy. - Tanya Walker (wife)
The skills of being good parents have traditionally been passed from parentsto
children and have developed over the ... however, that homecentered life which
once afforded children years to observe the art of being a parent as practiced by
Author: Doris K. Williams
Publisher: Green Dragon Books
Discover a unique view of today’s American families and the societal influences that shape them in Lives of Families. With articles written by scholars in the field of sociology, medicine, and education, this book includes moving discussions on the family, single parenting, issues faced by minority children, day care support, and other relevant topics.
When children do not get enough attention , they resort to all sorts of tactics to get
it - outbursts , tantrums , nagging , teasing and other annoying behaviours . Their
idea is “ If I can't get attention by being good , then I'll misbehave to get Mom's ...
Author: Shalini Mitra
Publisher: Pustak Mahal
This book contains ideas, strategies and techniques to correct your behaviou of your children, but first you must have a close study of your own behavior pattern and interaction with your child and improve them. There are times when we dispprove of their behaviour,and it makes us feel unhappy.Knowing how to react to such misbehavior is important. the book will help you in prevention of behavioral problems through right thinking and planning. In short this will tell you how to behave, so that your children too follow your rules of good behaviour.
This book is a guide to starting the journey to your ideal life now, instead of wasting time being a drip.
Author: Andy Cope
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Calling all teenagers—quit the moaning and start loving life! Don't be a cliché. Don't stay in your bedroom grunting and grumbling. How about getting motivated, energized and start making a difference?! The Art of Being A Brilliant Teenager teaches you how to become your very best self—and how to figure out who that is, exactly. The bestselling authors of The Art of Being Brilliant and Be Brilliant Everyday are experts in the art of happiness and positive psychology and, with this new book, you'll find your way to becoming brilliant at school, work, and life in general. Stay cool under all the pressures you're facing, and plot a map for the future that takes you wherever it is you want to go. Become proactive, determined, successful and most importantly: happy! Fact: your life span is about four thousand weeks. It seems like a lot, but it's not. Complaining about life, homework, parents, and relationships may be normal now, but don't let it become your defining trait. When you're forty years old and still moaning, a big chunk of your four thousand weeks have slipped by, and you're no closer to happiness than you were as a teen. This book is a guide to starting the journey to your ideal life now, instead of wasting time being a drip. Discover the real you, and what you want out of life Stop moaning and get moving now, while there's plenty of time Lose your bad habits before they become your personality Figure out how you want to contribute, and find a way to do it The bottom line is this: it's easy to be the average version of yourself, but is that really all you want? Don't you want to achieve something? Get started now. The Art of Being A Brilliant Teenager helps you figure out where you want to go, and how to get there. So, whether you're an ambitious teenager, a parent or teacher desperate to turn a down-beat teenager into a ray of positivity and delight, How to Be a Brilliant Teenager is here to help.
This book will cover most of the social, emotional, psychological and intellectual concerns that parents have about their children during the middle years.
Author: Subhash Jain
Publisher: Prabhat Prakashan
This book will cover most of the social, emotional, psychological and intellectual concerns that parents have about their children during the middle years. These will include conduct problems; social skills and relationships; family problems; moods and depression; school-related concerns; emotional concerns; hyperactivity; concerns about personality or lifestyle; and morals, ethics and values. The art of parenting offers you sound advice and practical parenting techniques based on years of putting that theory into practice. Besides believing that children are worth it, the author also believes that any method of discipline should preserve the dignity of both parent and child. Parents will also learn how to empower and influence their children instead of controlling them and trying to build and strengthen the mind, teaching them how to think, not just what to think. A very useful book with parenting tips for parents, teachers & students.
The stars of the Met would come over , and while my mother played the scores of
operas , they would sing . So that ... Probably the best thing of all was the feeling
that art is good . Some kids grow up being taught that art is bad , if not wicked .
Author: Janis Long Harris
Based on interviews with scores of adult children who appreciate their parents, this book reveals the 13 characteristics shared by these parents. Through stories and reflections, Long-Harris paints a sometimes surprising picture of how good parents go about raising happy, productive children--and offers practical help to moms and dads today.
Parenting Tip #1: There's no one right way to be a parent. This entertaining parenting guide is the helpful, bite-size advice you need when you've just had a kid.
Author: Bridget Watson Payne
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Parenting Tip #1: There's no one right way to be a parent. This entertaining parenting guide is the helpful, bite-size advice you need when you've just had a kid. From a list of what you need in a diaper bag to a loving reminder that sometimes you just need to take time for yourself, these tips and tricks reassure parents that parenting is doable and that they're already doing a great job. Chock-full of all the timesavers and support that new parents need, and with fun illustrations to lighten the mood, this shower go-to gives first-time parents the gift of knowing that, yes, they can do this!
Love, caring, support and encouragement are the cornerstones of good parenting. Hopefully, this book will put you in the frame of mind you need to be a better dad.Chapters:The PhilosophyDad vs. FatherSociety vs.
Author: Craig Balcomb
Daddyman is your guide to becoming a good dad. It doesn't deal with problems like diaper rash or teething pain. Rather, it is a parenting philosophy with examples from the author's own personal experience. Daddyman is written specifically for men, who often don't have a good role model and who sometimes feel left out of parenting discussions dominated by women and presented from a mother's perspective.Every man can be a good dad, if he chooses to be. Love, caring, support and encouragement are the cornerstones of good parenting. Hopefully, this book will put you in the frame of mind you need to be a better dad.Chapters:The PhilosophyDad vs. FatherSociety vs. DadsBecoming a DadCaringEmotionsNo Parent is PerfectNo Child is PerfectSetting the ExampleBe PreparedBeing ThereSpecial MemoriesSharingEducationEmotional IntelligenceThe Art of ListeningMoneySupport and EncouragementDisciplineTrustEthics and MoralitySafetyBe Playful, Have FunSocial MediaAdolescents and TeenagersDrivingStay InformedAlways DadLetting GoGrandparents
being capable of having sex - or fertility , being able to have children . who
should talk about sex with preadolescents ? This is an age when young people
may relate better to the parent of their gender - sons to father , daughters to
mothers . ... is sensitive and understanding . you can listen Once you have
offered some of the basic facts of puberty and reproduction , learn to cultivate the
art of listening .
Author: Joanne Barbara Koch
A guide to help parents cope with the challenges of raising children discusses self-esteem, decision making, talking to children about sex, and handling emotional problems
Exercises, practical tips and organizational plans are placed throughout the book that bring the text to life to help parents apply what they have learned. Book jacket.
Author: Erik A. Fisher
Publisher: BookPros, LLC
The Art of Empowered Parenting provides a unique blend of sound advice with a healthy dose of information to educate parents on why they and their children do what they do. The Art of Empowered Parenting will help any parent become more vigilant of their impact on their children. Finally. Dr. Fisher's well-known perspectives on power and emotion are discussed to guide parents into a healthier pattern of parenting that fosters empowerment for all. Exercises, practical tips and organizational plans are placed throughout the book that bring the text to life to help parents apply what they have learned. Book jacket.