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My in-depth study on the psychology of childrens' minds reveal the facts that their attitudes are solely dependent on their circumstances and their upbringing levels at home & school. It's one thing sure any kid require is 'Love, patience & Self Esteem.' Communication is proven skill. Talking n Listening to kids simply doesn't mean communication but Understanding with luv and patience is the key to successful parenting. This book by How to Talk So Kids Will Listen and Listen So Kids Will Talk by Adele Faber & Elaine Mazlish has even been adopted by many parents in their day to day upbringing of kids. Parenting is made less stressful by the authors as the book deals with coping with parental frustrations and negative attitudes of kids. The child would not develop warm relationship due to damaged sense of self. The need for positive self regard is obvious in the illustrated book. The higher children's self esteem, the more secure, decisive, friendly, trusting, cheerful, optimistic and purposeful they are. Child's willingful cooperation, setting limits, alternate punishments are all the points covered up so effectively that parenting becomes more a joy to bring up kids. The book is a use alone or workshops/parental groups as its excellent exercises will improve ability as a parent to talk and problem-solve with your children. Afterall, children need continuity of guidance and when they learn the consequences of their acts, it teaches them to be responsible for what they do. A great reference book for parents on their shelves - bedroom or kitchen, whatever be!
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le 8 novembre 1999
I see my son only 3-4 times per year but talk regularly with him, his mother, and stepfather regarding parenting issues. I've used this book for input into the telephone discussions we have. I've strongly encouraged his mother and stepfather to read and periodically review this important book. Our sixteen year old son is flexing his teen oats. We need to constantly work to find positive, growth-oriented solutions for and make him aware of the consequences of the negative situations he finds himself in. This book helps immensely.
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le 11 juillet 2003
My husband and I were introduced to How To Talk So Kids Will Listen, How To Listen So Kids Will Talk by authors Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish during a parenting course, offered by two intervention specialists, at our local school district. This series occurred approximately five years ago, yet we continue to reap the benefits of this book and the classes. I recommend this book to parents, educators and all whom work with children or adolescents.
The content of this publication assists adults toward effective communication technique with children and adolescents. In my view, it is safe to say that the tools you glean will also assist you when communicating with other adults too. Methods introduced in How To Talk So Kids Will Listen, How To Listen So Kids Will Talk are supportive, friendly, positive, and effective. Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish offer refreshing approaches toward listening to children (and understanding them). These approaches will foster a relationship of cooperation.
In addition to presenting technique, they provide superb examples. These examples serve as an aide,
leaving the reader with clear understanding.
My husband I have used many of the suggested communication tools. It is our opinion that the result has been a healthier relationship with our children. They realize that we are listening, in turn providing us with more 'talk'. I am thankful for the tools gleaned from Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish.
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I found the book to be similer to the "Love and Logic" series that is popular today. Like Love and Logic, it encourages giving kids choices (which works well for my daughter some of the time), and allowing your kids room to solve their own problems. It also has helped me to not always be quick to judge and advise, but rather step back and allowing a learning situation to occur. The ideas are not just good dicipline techniques, but also teach kids about being self sufficient and self reliant. While this all sounds great, it takes a lot of practice. And not every "trick" works for every child. I found a lot of good advise in the book, have put some to work, and am anxious to try more. But as I stated before, it is simple good advise that I am taking under consideration as I strive to be a good parent. If you have not read Love and Logic, I encourage you to try those as well. Boy, is parenting hard!!
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le 17 décembre 2012
This is definitely a book you want to read prior to having trouble. I identified many, many things that I was doing and saying that would have negative implications later. For example, my loving nicknames (stinky feet, shorty) can quickly turn into "it's okay to call people names" in his little brain. Add five or 6 years and you have me pulling out my hair wondering why on earth my sweet little boy is a name caller and a bully. Oh wait. I taught him that.

Many things are obvious to you when you read it, but if you are like me, you need them pointed out to you.

Read this when your kids are 2 or 3. So you have time to practice before they start understanding EVERYTHING you say.
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le 1 septembre 2001
I thought this book might be about how to use praise and language to avoid facing discipline issues with children but it is not like that at all. It teaches parents to be authorative and send the right messages without micro managing their children. The suggested changes are fairly straight forward and common sense, but may require some practice. Fortunately thare are many well illustrated examples and practical exercises to reinforce these ideas. This book stictly sticks to the topic of comunication and establishing cooperation which makes it an excellent supplement to any parents existing parenting style. Teaches mutual respect without surrendering parental authourity. A very good read.
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le 31 janvier 2012
Original book. The cartoons make the book an easy and quick read. Good information. The book covers many scenarios with your kids and provides insightfdul hints.
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le 1 mai 2000
This is one of the better parenting books I've read. It will tell parents how to open up their line of communication with their children, especially the two to six-year-old. Sibling Without Rivalry, by Adele Faber, is just as helpful, but more for the older kids. Both books are by the same authors and are worth the money!
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le 12 octobre 2001
I have read this as well as a book on siblings by the same authors and have found both to be helpful. No book can give you all the information necessary for parenting but the simple illustrations and easy language in these books make them good reference material that can be accessed quickly.
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So far I think this is a different perspective on how to talk to children and I think it's a very respectful and thoughtful approach. It definitely helped me look at my interactions with my children in a new way and I think it has helped them feel more understood.
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