Parenting the Difficult Child ebook
by Grace Ketterman
Parenting the Difficult Child Hardcover – October 1, 1994. by Grace Ketterman (Author).
Parenting the Difficult Child Hardcover – October 1, 1994.
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The difficult child is the child who is unhappy. Adults take it for granted that a child should be taught to behave in such a way that the adults will have as quiet a life as possible. He is at war with himself, and in consequence, he is at war with the world. A difficult child is nearly always made difficult by wrong treatment at home. Hence the importance attached to obedience, to manner, to docility. 1 People who use this argument do not realize that they start with an unfounded, unproved assumption - the assumption that a child will not grow or develop unless forced to do so.
Xiv, 241 pages ; 24 cm. Includes bibliographical references (pages 240-241).
A respected family psychiatrist offers advice on understanding the troubled child, exploring the causes of such problems as rebellion, deceit . by Grace H.
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Grace H. Ketterman, MD, is a practicing child psychiatrist, a frequent magazine contributor, and a popular lecturer on child development. She is the author of many books and lives in Leawood, Kansas. ▲. Have a question about this product? Ask us here. Find Related Products. Books, eBooks & Audio Family Parenting Culture & Issues.
By difficult child, I mean the one that causes you frustration. He is different from your other children. Did you notice that most of the words that I used to describe the difficult child relate to character qualities?
By difficult child, I mean the one that causes you frustration. Did you notice that most of the words that I used to describe the difficult child relate to character qualities? I think the reason many of our difficult children are so exhausting to deal with, is because they have more glaring and ANNOYING character flaws than our more compliant children. So the first thing to focus on is their character! Of course, you know I ALWAYS stress that character training should be one of our top priorities (and definitely come before academics), but with the difficult child it is extra important!
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