Parenting Without Guilt: A Parents Guide to Practical Problem Solving Charles C. Larson

ISBN: 9781497525351

Published: April 1st 2014

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186 pages


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Parenting Without Guilt: A Parents Guide to Practical Problem Solving  by  Charles C. Larson

Parenting Without Guilt: A Parents Guide to Practical Problem Solving by Charles C. Larson
April 1st 2014 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 186 pages | ISBN: 9781497525351 | 7.39 Mb

There are times when what a youngster does or says is absolutely baffling to mom or dad. How can 15-year-old Sarah spend hours prepping her hair and not give one second to cleaning her room? Likewise, whats wrong with 10-year-old Mark who knows heMoreThere are times when what a youngster does or says is absolutely baffling to mom or dad. How can 15-year-old Sarah spend hours prepping her hair and not give one second to cleaning her room?

Likewise, whats wrong with 10-year-old Mark who knows he shouldnt bully his little brother but does so anyway? Certainly parents want answers, and no one is surprised when a parent falls back on interrogating a child or teen with repeated Why? or What were you thinking? questions. Unfortunately, searching for the reasons children behave as they do by asking the ubiquitous Why? is ultimately unsuccessful and, frankly, irrelevant.

I dont know, Because, or I wasnt thinking, is the usual child response, resulting in frustrated parents and youngsters who feel embarrassed, stupid or annoyed. Drs. Charles C. Larson and John B. Dockstader, each with more than thirty years of experience working with parents and youngsters, advise parents to step back from situations such as those described and offer, instead, techniques for evaluating and solving family problems without needing to know Why?.

The authors counsel parents how to determine if a problem exists, who owns the problem and who is best equipped to solve it. Numerous real-life examples are presented to illustrate the problem-solving process and solutions. In Parenting Without Guilt, parents learn not only to solve family problems, but also why the challenges parents and youngsters face today are more demanding than ever before.

In addition, parents are guided through each stage of child development, from birth to young adulthood, with attention to typical problems any parent may anticipate. Resources that parents can use to help them resolve family discords are discussed, to include working with educators, clergy, pediatricians, private practitioners and others. With compassion, humor and wisdom gained through practical experience, Drs. Larson and Dockstader offer information and advice that provides any parent with the skills to raise successful children without guilt, anxiety or distress.



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