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by Elizabeth Hartley-Brewer


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Raising Happy Kids is a book that espouses conventional wisdom about democratic parenting. Kids behaviour are in line with what they are feeling or what they need. We need as parent to get out of our head, see what they tell us and give them tools to handle what life throw at them.

Raising Happy Kids is a book that espouses conventional wisdom about democratic parenting. It measures whether or not something is effective with kids by whether it will increase self-esteem, self-confidence and self-reliance. It speaks in favor of parents retaining their parental role and providing boundaries for their children.

Raising Happy Kids book. With clear and simple advice-in the form of tips, techniques, and tools-Raising Happy Kids is an essential guide for parents striving to be nurturing and influential in this crucial role.

Hartley-Brewer, Elizabeth. How can parents strike the right balance between giving effective praise and not going overboard? How can we help our boys to feel proud without inspiring a false sense of confidence or making them praise dependent? Praising Boys Well shows parents and teachers alike what boys need to hear along the developmental continuum and offers countless tips on what to encourage; which phrases to use-and to avoid; when incentives are appropriate; and how to incorporate praise into our boys' everyday activities.

Elizabeth Hartley-Brewer writes extensively on parenting topics and conducts workshops about guiding and motivating children. Библиографические данные. Raising Confident Girls: 100 Tips For Parents And Teachers. Elizabeth Hartley-Brewer.

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Raising Happy Kids Over 100 Tips For Parents And Teachers. What Empowerment Parenting says is that every person, parents and children alike, must get their needs met in some way. If parents decide that their needs are more important than their child's in a certain situation and impose their will, then that child's need goes unmet.

This book will show you how to help your child develop: positive self-esteem . Tietoja kirjoittajasta.

This book will show you how to help your child develop: positive self-esteem self-confidence self reliance Positive self-esteem is the best gift any parent can give their child. Knowing yourself and liking yourself is so often the key to success in life-affecting personal relationships, general motivation and success in work. Hartley-Brewer writes extensively on parenting topics and conducts workshops about guiding and motivating children.

Elizabeth Hartley-Brewer, in her books Raising Confident Girls and Raising Confident Boys offers hope and encouragement to parents in an easy reference format that shows how it is possible to strengthen our children's self-esteem. Hartley-Brewer, who runs workshops about guiding and motivating children, writes that the potential for our daughters' success brings with it new pressures and insecurities. Women are pressured to be economically and emotionally independent while having to maintain a beauty ideal.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Raising Confident Boys: 100 Tips For Parents . How parents and teachers can help young children through the crises of confidence that mark their formative years.

How parents and teachers can help young children through the crises of confidence that mark their formative years.

Parents know that what really matters is that they help their children grow up feeling secure and good about themselves, enabling them to take pride in-and eventually take care of-themselves. Indeed, knowing and liking oneself are the keys to success in life, affecting personal relationships, general motivation, and success in work. So, what can parents do to ensure that they give kids the best possible leg-up in this respect?Demonstrating the use of praise, play, time, touch, and talking, expert and popular author Elizabeth Hartley-Brewer speaks to new and experienced parents alike, helping them encourage their children to develop into well-adjusted and happy people. With clear and simple advice-in the form of tips, techniques, and tools-Raising Happy Kids is an essential guide for parents striving to be nurturing and influential in this crucial role.

Comments: (5)

Jek
still reading
Tansino
Things you already know.
it is just a review.
Good book short review... to remind of how short and important these little minds are.
It starts from the day 1.
Ral
Raising Happy Kids is a book that espouses conventional wisdom about democratic parenting. It measures whether or not something is effective with kids by whether it will increase self-esteem, self-confidence and self-reliance. It speaks in favor of parents retaining their parental role and providing boundaries for their children. It also is in favor of helping kids get their needs met.

Where this book departs from Empowerment Parenting is that it basically says that parents' needs are more important than the child's and that parents sometimes must exert their will over their child's simply because they are in charge and they are the parents. Many parents operate under this assumption.

What Empowerment Parenting says is that every person, parents and children alike, must get their needs met in some way. If parents decide that their needs are more important than their child's in a certain situation and impose their will, then that child's need goes unmet. This sets up opportunity for all kinds of problematic behavior to occur simply because the child is attempting to get their needs met in that situation.

Occasionally, parents will need to impose their will particularly when a child's safety is at risk. Sometimes parents will choose to make their needs more important when they are pressed for time. This will most likely be all right as long as it doesn't become a regular routine. However, parents must be prepared to manage the fall out.

Raising children is one of the hardest jobs you will ever undertake and there is no instruction manual. We just do the best we can. Working together with your children so you can both get what you need in a responsible way is the primary message of Empowerment Parenting. It will take more time and require more patience, but the reward of cooperative children far outweighs the effort.
Bladecliff
My wife, an elementary school teacher heard about this book and bought it. We're not big advocates of the "child rearing instruction manuals" to begin with but this doesn't have a shred of useable advice. The author takes a management consultant approach and cops out of offering any specific, actionable advice in her introduction. She doesn't draw on any research and illustrations of her own experience are rather vague. Then there's the writing style. Prosaic and circular meanderings like this one, "Trust is a key element of self confidence. The Oxford English Dictionary defines confidence as: . . . " then goes on with the revelation that "People cannot develop self-confidence if they neither trust themselves . . . . " Yikes! That goes on for three paragraphs. I guess because her editor told her there was no way they were going to be able to market a 14 page pamphlet of trite bullet points for $13.95 US. It did help me fall asleep while I was traveling. But so will Ambien.
Thomand
This book helped me to see things from the kids point of view. Kids behaviour are in line with what they are feeling or what they need. We need as parent to get out of our head, see what they tell us and give them tools to handle what life throw at them.

That being said, it is a really easy reading and may lack a bit of material.
Raising Happy Kids: Over 100 Tips For Parents And Teachers download epub
Home Improvement & Design
Author: Elizabeth Hartley-Brewer
ISBN: 0306813165
Category: Crafts, Hobbies & Home
Subcategory: Home Improvement & Design
Language: English
Publisher: Da Capo Lifelong Books (December 25, 2003)
Pages: 192 pages