Thinking Parent, Thinking Child

Thinking Parent, Thinking Child

How to Turn your Most Challenging Everyday Problems Into Solutions

Book - 2005
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McGraw Hill
A hands-on guide for parent/child problem solving from the bestselling author of Raising a Thinking Child Shows parents how to help their children deal with everyday issues using the awardwinning "I Can Problem Solve" program The author of two bestselling parenting classics, Dr. Myrna Shure has helped thousands of parents and children with her award-winning "I Can Problem Solve" (ICPS) program, based on her original research in developmental psychology. In Thinking Parent, Thinking Child, Dr. Shure applies her ICPS program to the 150 top concerns of parents and children. Here parents will learn how to guide their children to find their own solutions to specific issues, including: Being a good loser Coping with bullying and teasing Planning time for homework Learning genuine empathy Dealing with loss Controlling rudeness, bad language, and back talk Handling the stresses of school testing, world events, and more

Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, [2005]
Copyright Date: ©2005
ISBN: 9780071431958
Branch Call Number: 649.1 S562t
Characteristics: xxiii, 261 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm


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