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"A must read for parents, educators, and any other adults who want to connect in a deeply caring and positive way with the children in their lives."
-Barbara Coloroso, author of Kid's Are Worth It! Giving Your Child the Gift of Inner Discipline
"This remarkable book advises us not just how to parent, but-far more important- who to be as parents...based not on simple-minded behavioral solutions, but on building warm, nurturing relationships with our children, with insight and compassion not only for their little flaws but also for our own larger ones."
-Gabor MatT M.D., Physician and best-selling author of Scattered: How Attention Deficit Disorder Originates and What You Can Do About It
"Jennifer Kolari advocates focusing on empathy and concern for a child to encourage cooperation, enabling the possibility for constructive change."
-Carl Pickhardt, Ph.D., author of Stop the Screaming: How to Turn Angry Conflict with Your Child into Positive Communication
A practical, hands-on guide to helping parents improve their relationships with their children. This book will be a helpful tool for parents seeking effective strategies for dealing with their challenging children and for fostering closer parent-child relationships.See all Product Description
Brilliant, just brilliant!
Finally a book that helps diminish the negative behaviors that exhaust parents and children AND helps parents and children develop strong... Read more
I really enjoyed reading "Connected Parenting" but, even more importantly I am finding the strategies for parents so effective. Read morePublished on Dec 10 2009 by HR
I have parented four children over twenty-six years and have lived through many parenting trends. In Connected Parenting, I feel I have now found a guide to parenting that is both... Read morePublished on June 2 2009 by Marsha Jacobson
Jennifer Kolari writes as she speaks - in empathic, clear and direct terms, that instill such confidence in both parents and children. Read morePublished on May 27 2009 by Susan Farrow Hutcheson
Following years of bullying and our collective cry for
> help, Jennifer was able to crack that hard shell and out
> blossomed a self asured young women who is excelling... Read more