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Nobody Likes Me, Everybody Hates Me: The Top 25 Friendship Problems and How to Solve Them Paperback – Mar 25 2005
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"Michele Borba has written the ultimate parent-friendly guide to kids and friendship."
--Ann Douglas, author, The Mother of All Parenting Books
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How to Help Your Kid Survive the Social Jungle. A Hands-On Guide for Parents and Teachers of Kids from 4-15.
- Do you wish your kid had more friends or could keep theones she has?
- Is teasing, gossiping, bullying, or cyber-bullying a problem?
- Is she often left out or rejected by other kids?
- Does he just follow the crowd? Are you concerned about his friends?
- Does she complain that she's unpopular or that nobody likes her?
- Are you at a loss for how to help your child handle those play dates, sleepovers, being shy, too sensitive, too competitive, or having a bad reputation?
Look no further. The resource you need to solve these problems and boost your child's social competence is in your hands. Based on a survey of five thousand teachers and parents, Nobody Likes Me shows how to teach your child the 25 most essential friendship-building skills that kids need to find, make, and keep friends, as well as survive that social pressure from peers.See all Product Description
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The reason I docked one star is because of the "shy child" section. I have a very quiet, or "shy" child so was particularily interested in this part. However, the author points out to never let anyone call your child "shy" but "SHY" is in the title of her chapter, in the title of all the suggested reading books for children and parents, and is the word of choice to talk about this personality trait. So, it's really confusing. Does she think the word shy is OK or not? It's not totally clear....Anyhow, I guess the main point is even if your child is "shy" don't let him/her use this as an excuse. Help him/her to work thru it.
Anyhow, I would recommend this book for your parenting library. It's easy to use and well organized.
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