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Taking Charge: A Parent and Teacher Guide to Loving Discipline Jo Anne Nordling

Taking Charge: A Parent and Teacher Guide to Loving Discipline

Jo Anne Nordling

Published December 12th 1991
ISBN : 9781568751894
Paperback
315 pages
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...The Taking Charge material is the only course on parenting that I have taken that helped me understand the reality of a child...the ideas are practical and simple, very easy to implement. I have had great success with my children, and my childrenMore...The Taking Charge material is the only course on parenting that I have taken that helped me understand the reality of a child...the ideas are practical and simple, very easy to implement. I have had great success with my children, and my children have had a mother who is a lot more fun! -- Joyce A. Humble Portland, OregonWhat do you do when a child: Sasses you? Refuses to mind? Doesnt do the assigned schoolwork or chores? Whines and complains? Hurts other kids? Steals? Wont go to bed? Pouts and sulks? Wants his or her own way? Bosses everybody around?If you sometimes feel that the children in your family or classroom are driving you crazy and you need some ideas for getting back in control of the situation, this book is for you. If youve ever had to discipline a child, as a parent or a teacher, you know how tough a job that can be. When should you correct a childs behavior, and when should you look the other way? Once you decide to discipline, exactly what should you do? And how do you do it without damaging a childs self-esteem?Here is the definitive guide to the art and skill of disciplining children with love and respect. Based on 25 years of experience studying and teaching effective discipline techniques, this book will show you how to:-- Understand what children need for healthy emotional growth and the development of self-discipline-- Strengthen the childs self-esteem and inner integrity as part of the total discipline process-- Avoid power struggles-- Open communication with the childs inner self-- Give a command so that it will be obeyed-- Help children to deal with their own personal problems-- Identify the four types ofmisbehaviors and give the correction for each-- Learn the impact of nonverbal cues on behavior-- Organize a parent or teacher group to learn the Taking Charge discipline patterns