"Get the Behavior You Want... Without Being the Parent You Hate " is a roadmap of quick, concrete strategies to help parents use everyday opportunities to create respectful, responsible, and resilient children between the ages of 18 months and 12 yearsUwithout screaming or nagging.Read more...
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"Get the Behavior You Want... Without Being the Parent You Hate " is a roadmap of quick, concrete strategies to help parents use everyday opportunities to create respectful, responsible, and resilient children between the ages of 18 months and 12 yearsUwithout screaming or nagging. With "Get the Behavior You Want... Without Being the Parent You Hate " youIll know how to eliminate the behaviors you donIt want while fostering the behaviors you do want like pitching in around the house, pleasant table manners, managing money, finishing multiple-step assignments, taking risks, asking for help, and coping with bad news.
With todayIs busy parents in mind, each concise chapter provides easy-to-implement action steps and examples of how to teach respect, responsibility, and resilience plus ways to immediately address tantrums and unacceptable behavior while avoiding future conflicts down the road. Dr. G provides easy ways to modify the advice for children at different developmental stages, ranging from toddlers through kids ready to finish middle school.
A hands-on, grab-me-for-a-few-minutes resource, "Get the Behavior You Want...Without Being the Parent You Hate " will help parents who are struggling to get to bedtime without tears parents who want to shop at Target without hearing constant whining and pleading and parents who want someone to normalize their experience and say, "Yes, this happens. Here's what you can do." Upbeat, lively, and humorous, this book answers parentsI most frequent questions and eliminates the guilt and guesswork out of raising a great kid."
- ISBN-13: 9781936303717
- ISBN-10: 193630371X
- Publisher: Demos Medical Publishing
- Publish Date: August 2014
- Page Count: 272
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2014-07-07
- Reviewer: Staff
Family doctor and parenting expert Gilboa (Teach Respect) reassures readers that everyone struggles with parenting, and provides a primer for managing and coaching well-adjusted and well-behaved children, from preschool to middle-school. Discussing over 60 parenting problems, Gilboa covers the usual topics—good manners, hygiene, chores, homework—and moves on to more complex tasks, such as the delivery of bad news, constructive praise, and the determination of “want” vs. “need.” Good behavior isn’t just expected from children; Gilboa addresses plenty of changes parents should make, including patient task delegation, and the importance of getting out of the way. Throughout, he employs topic-relevant “Ask Dr. G” call-outs to illustrate points and adds bold sub-heads that make for quick reading and concrete messaging. If the book has a major weakness, it’s that none of its many topics are covered in depth. That means her consideration of complex subjects, such as sex education, may leave some parents looking for a more thorough approach. (Sept.)