How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk

How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk

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"Here is the bestselling book that will give you the know-how you need to be more effective with your children--and more supportive of yourself. Enthusiastically praised by parents and professionals around the world, the down-to-earth, respectful approach of Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish makes relationships with children of all ages less stressful and more rewarding. Now, in this thirtieth-anniversary edition, these award-winning experts share their latest insights and suggestions based on feedback they've received over the years. Their methods of communication--illustrated with delightful cartoons showing the skills in action--offer innovative ways to solve common problems"--back cover.
Publisher: New York : Scribner, 2012
Edition: 1st Scribner ed., 30th-anniversary ed
ISBN: 9781451663884
Call Number: j649.1 FABE
Characteristics: xiv, 345 p. : ill. ; 22 cm

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ontherideau Jun 18, 2014

This book stands the test of time- it has been reccommended for years and is still relevant

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DragonRhapsody
Feb 29, 2012

This is a great book! Other than some parenting advice that I do not agree with (going against natural/aware/attached parenting) I really found the advice helpful and interesting.

The specific topic I didn't agree with was manipulating children to our goals/desires. I think it was a small passage in there, tucked away in one chapter, but it still made me upset to read it, and I don't believe that parenting in the manner of trying to CONTROL your children will result in anything but rebellious behaviours.

The rest of the book was fabulous, as it really helped parents understand where their children's underlying needs were coming from, reminding them that the behavior usually comes from an emotion need or release.

givenmydruthers Jan 25, 2012

This 30-year-old book has changed my life. I'd recommend it to absolutely anyone with kids of any age. It's very accessible, if slightly outdated in places, and it's chock-full of practical tips that can be used immediately. My 3 year old daughter isn't particularly difficult, but I've gone from an average of one time-out a day to virtually nil. I honestly feel she's becoming a more confident and capable child, and I feel far better prepared to cope with the regular upsets of life with children. I read this amid a binge of five self-help parenting books, and this was by far the most helpful on a practical level.

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joesnow
Aug 30, 2016

The tension was excruciating. She said, “He’s a stubborn one!” Still no response. A moment later he finally cried—that

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joesnow
Aug 30, 2016

It’s always a great pleasure to hear from our readers, but the letters that are most gratifying are those where people share how they actually used the principles in How to Talk

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joesnow
Aug 30, 2016

“Why can’t you be more like your brother? He always gets his work done ahead of time.” “Lisa has such beautiful table manners. You’d never catch her eating with her fingers.” “Why

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