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by Aletha Jauch Solter


From the California Association for the Education of Young Children: "This revolutionary book marks a major breakthrough in our understanding of children's emotional needs.

From the California Association for the Education of Young Children: "This revolutionary book marks a major breakthrough in our understanding of children's emotional needs. Highly readable and practical, it represents a new approach to parenting, which respects the child's needs and feelings, and uses neither punishments nor rewards.

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Aletha Jauch Solter (born 1945) is. .This is a revised and updated version of Helping Young Children Flourish.

Aletha Jauch Solter (born 1945) is a Swiss/American developmental psychologist who studied with Jean Piaget in Switzerland before earning a PhD in psychology at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Her specialist areas are attachment, psychological trauma, and non-punitive discipline. Shining Star Press, 2001. Cooperative and Connected: Helping children flourish without punishments or rewards, Shining Star Press, 2018.

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Aletha Jauch Solter, PhD is a Swiss/American developmental psychologist who studied with Jean Piaget in Switzerland before. Subsequent publications are

Aletha Jauch Solter, PhD (born 1945) is a Swiss/American developmental psychologist who .

Aletha Jauch Solter, PhD (born 1945) is a Swiss/American developmental psychologist who studied with Jean Piaget in Switzerland before earning a PhD in psychology at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Subsequent publications are Helping Young Children Flourish, Tears and Tantrums, Raising Drug-Free Kids, and Attachment Play. In 1990 she founded The Aware Parenting Institute, an international organization with certified instructors in many countries.

Note: This book is out of print. A revised edition was published in February 2018 with the title, Cooperative and Connected: Helping Children Flourish Without Punishments or Rewards.
Mushicage
I was skeptical of this series because they seemed out of date (1989) with dated looking cover. Sometimes you don't need the newest craze out there and what used to work still works!. I love Aletha Solter's approach and this book is so easy to read. My husband and I have struggled with the overwhelming amount of books on childcare: Time outs, 1,2, 3's, go to your room, reward charts, etc. just were not getting us to have kids who were behaving well. And the closest thing was the Positive discipline series that I liked, but couldn't seem to help in a practical context. I just love the common sense approach that Aletha Solter takes, we've seen such an improvement in my sons aggressive behavior. I would also recommend her book on using play therapy... Thanks.
Risinal
Dealing with toddlers in a loving way can be quite a challenge, especially when they're screaming their desires at you after you've already clearly indicated yours. Solter helps us to see behind the screaming to the wonderful heart of the child and understand what's going on there. It makes for a much happier child, one who's understood and allowed to express himself, even when he doesn't get what he wants. She also helps us to take charge in a gentle way that doesn't create a battle of the wills. There are many wonderful ideas in this book for many different situations and topics. I highly recommend it!
Fordregelv
This book is useful for parents who are looking to change their response patterns when dealing with a 2.5 year old's tantrums. It offers advice and many examples on how to respond to specific situations (e.g., when your child is crying, when your child is upset, when you have to take it to the doctor) with children aged 2.5 to 8 years. The book includes wonderful advice, which at times is hard to put into practice. It is useful for us as we are learning to deal with our first child. The book dates back to 1989, so its research is somewhat dated, yet its advice remains very useful. An updated summary of Aletha Solter's approach may be viewed on her "awareparenting.com" website.
Negal
Solter explains WHY children behave the way they do. Once you understand that, it becomes pretty obvious why you need not shout at them or physically discipline them. She goes further and suggests ways around common problems and issues.

I found some of the suggestions did not work for me, but the background reasoning was sufficient for me to first understand WHY and then come up with my own solution.

Format is question and answer, all q&as being logically grouped together. Makes it very saey to just dip into and zoom into a particular issue.
Doukree
Another great author with lot of insight to raising healthy children, totally agree and recommend this reading.
Ganthisc
An excellent read for parents wanting tips on how to guide their children through the early years. It encourages and equips parents with ideas and skills for happy parenting.
Mot
The information in this book made so much sense to me. I feel that I understand my 4 year old son better, and the information I gleaned from the book has helped me to be more patient with him. We had already been following attachment parenting guidelines, but the information in this book filled in some gaps in my knowledge. I recommend it to anyone with young children (or even older children).
I've really been thinking about Helping Young Children Flourish, and so I've written a review for Amazon. Here it is:

Helping Young Children Flourish works great as
1) a survey of today's parenting landscape,
2) a quick reference when you're in a tight spot, and
3) a great starting point in the parenting literature.

She doesn't go into extensive exploration to support her claims, but hands down advice like your mother would do. This advice, succinct as it is, rings true, intriguing, and at times provocative. She does refer to other great books from authors like Alfie Kohn, Thomas Gordon, and Virginia Axline.

The author explains a lot about children's needs, how they express those needs, and how our reaction to these expressions feeds back into the loop. Basically, children need attention and affection, safety and an appropriate level of autonomy, and freedom to express themselves. Children need to cry and will even at times orchestrate a pretext for themselves which will allow them to cry. Children need to confront their fears through crying, laughing, and playing in order to surmount them. If we pay enough attention to our children's needs and help them get these needs met, then there shouldn't be many discipline problems in the first place. She goes beyond Playful Parenting and insists on laughter as a requirement for healing hurts and fears.

This book doesn't give you steps or a method to follow in times of conflict. For that you need to read Parent Effectiveness Training by Thomas Gordon or Raising Our Children, Raising Ourselves by Naomi Aldort. But it gives you a compelling introduction to the idea that children do not manipulate their parents and do not need to be controlled by adults to do the right thing. She gives tons of food for thought and I have a feeling that my next exploration will be into the idea that living with unmet needs leads to what we call ADD.
Helping Young Children Flourish ebook
Author:
Aletha Jauch Solter
Category:
Parenting
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1599 kb
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Publisher:
Shining Star Pr; No Additional Printings Listed edition (May 1, 1989)
Pages:
245 pages
Rating:
4.4
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