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Getting To Calm, The Early Years: Cool-headed Strategies for Raising Caring, Happy, and Independent Three- to Seven-Year-Olds

Getting To Calm The Early Years Cool headed Strategies for Raising Caring Happy and Independent Three to Seven Year Olds With such a dizzying array of parenting theories tactics and fads out there how can any parent know which advice to follow Help is here for parents who want to find a practical path that produces e

  • Title: Getting To Calm, The Early Years: Cool-headed Strategies for Raising Caring, Happy, and Independent Three- to Seven-Year-Olds
  • Author: Laura S. Kastner ParentMap
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 171
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • With such a dizzying array of parenting theories, tactics, and fads out there, how can any parent know which advice to follow Help is here for parents who want to find a practical path that produces exceptional results strong family bonds, calmer interactions, and healthy, happy kids who are set up for future success The latest in Dr Kastner s celebrated parenting seriWith such a dizzying array of parenting theories, tactics, and fads out there, how can any parent know which advice to follow Help is here for parents who want to find a practical path that produces exceptional results strong family bonds, calmer interactions, and healthy, happy kids who are set up for future success The latest in Dr Kastner s celebrated parenting series, Getting to Calm The Early Years is the first book for parents of children ages 3 7 that analyzes popular parenting approaches in light of fifty years of parenting research and current evidence based treatment models Offering clear, step by step descriptions of proven and effective techniques, this book guides parents as they help their children build competencies while coping with some of the most common and painful problems of the early years, including Sleepless nights Clinginess Tantrums Whining Power struggles Lying Defiance Through vivid family vignettes, Kastner illustrates the common traps and travails of parenting young kids, showing us what has been proven to work and what certainly has not , with an emphasis on positive parenting and wise minded decision making This accessible, insightful, and ultimately enjoyable book offers tremendous support, powerful skills, and plentiful encouragement for anyone who is parenting a child through the early years.

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    1 thought on “Getting To Calm, The Early Years: Cool-headed Strategies for Raising Caring, Happy, and Independent Three- to Seven-Year-Olds

    1. (4.0) A lot here to directly apply right away (and others that take more planning with partners—you should probably read this together!)[Will try to fill out with some more key notes here when I’m at a laptop.]Some good techniques to recommend, here are some things that stuck out in memory:- you must be calm before trying to deal with an emotional outbreak. Anger/frustration will lead you to poor decisions- attending to behaviors you’re trying to extinguish actually reinforces them: child [...]

    2. Pretty good. Like many such parenting books, "Getting to Calm" is really about getting yourself to calm, and your child follows. It's made a difference in our interaction with our 4 year old. I did like how this book incorporates many techniques found in other books and in common usage, ie targeted ignoring, counting to time out, emotional coaching. The progression is a little scattered, and the practical nuggets are also a little scattered. Could do with some editing and condensing.

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