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The Resource Teach your children well : parenting for authentic success, Madeline Levine

Teach your children well : parenting for authentic success, Madeline Levine

Label
Teach your children well : parenting for authentic success
Title
Teach your children well
Title remainder
parenting for authentic success
Statement of responsibility
Madeline Levine
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Focusing on views of success and child rearing, a renowned psychologist combines cutting-edge research with thirty years of clinical experience to explain how to shift focus to a parenting style that promotes academic success, a sense of purpose, and meaning in life
Cataloging source
TOH
Dewey number
649.1
Index
index present
LC call number
HQ769
LC item number
.L395 2012
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Teach your children well : parenting for authentic success, Madeline Levine
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [303]-309) and index
Contents
Introduction: Courageous parenting--taking the long view -- Pt. 1: Authentic success: it's not about bleeding hearts versus tiger moms. The kids are not alright (and neither are their parents) ; How did we get into this mess? -- Pt. 2: The "school years" are not just about academics: a primer on child development. The tasks of the elementary school years: ages 5-11. Learning how to make friends and be a friend ; Becoming competent and excited about learning ; Developing a sense of self: who am I? ; Becoming an empathic person ; Remembering to play ; General recommendations for parenting your elementary school age child -- The tasks of the middle school years: ages 11-14. Navigating puberty ; Staying healthy ; Building independence ; Building a peer group ; Note to parents -- The tasks of the high school years; ages 14-18. Becoming an adult thinker ; Learning to manage sexuality ; Building a sense of identity ; Developing autonomy -- Pt. 3: The resilience factor: seven essential coping skills. Teaching our kids to find solutions. Resourcefulness: "I can handle this" instead of "Mom--" ; Enthusiasm: "I love this" instead of "Whatever" ; Creativity: "Let's look at this differently" not "What's the right answer?" ; A good work ethic: "I'm going to keep at it" instead of "I quit" -- Teaching our kids to take action. Self-control: "It just doesn't feel right" instead of "All the kids are doing it" ; Self-esteem: "l feel good about myself" instead of "I suck" ; Self-efficacy: "I can make a difference" instead of "Nothing I do matters" -- Pt. 4: Walking the talk. Defining and living your family values: a paper and pencil exercise. What are your core values? ; Family values statement ; Your guiding principles ; The family action plan -- Editing the script: becoming the parents we want to be. Denial: "Problem? What problem?" ; Projection: "Yeah, they've got a problem, not me" ; Peer pressure: it's not just for teenagers ; Is parenting hereditary? "I can't believe I sound just like my mother" ; The trinity of change: self-reflection, empathy, and flexibility
Control code
ocn792934794
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xxvi, 323 p.
Isbn
9780061824746
System control number
(OCoLC)792934794
Label
Teach your children well : parenting for authentic success, Madeline Levine
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [303]-309) and index
Contents
Introduction: Courageous parenting--taking the long view -- Pt. 1: Authentic success: it's not about bleeding hearts versus tiger moms. The kids are not alright (and neither are their parents) ; How did we get into this mess? -- Pt. 2: The "school years" are not just about academics: a primer on child development. The tasks of the elementary school years: ages 5-11. Learning how to make friends and be a friend ; Becoming competent and excited about learning ; Developing a sense of self: who am I? ; Becoming an empathic person ; Remembering to play ; General recommendations for parenting your elementary school age child -- The tasks of the middle school years: ages 11-14. Navigating puberty ; Staying healthy ; Building independence ; Building a peer group ; Note to parents -- The tasks of the high school years; ages 14-18. Becoming an adult thinker ; Learning to manage sexuality ; Building a sense of identity ; Developing autonomy -- Pt. 3: The resilience factor: seven essential coping skills. Teaching our kids to find solutions. Resourcefulness: "I can handle this" instead of "Mom--" ; Enthusiasm: "I love this" instead of "Whatever" ; Creativity: "Let's look at this differently" not "What's the right answer?" ; A good work ethic: "I'm going to keep at it" instead of "I quit" -- Teaching our kids to take action. Self-control: "It just doesn't feel right" instead of "All the kids are doing it" ; Self-esteem: "l feel good about myself" instead of "I suck" ; Self-efficacy: "I can make a difference" instead of "Nothing I do matters" -- Pt. 4: Walking the talk. Defining and living your family values: a paper and pencil exercise. What are your core values? ; Family values statement ; Your guiding principles ; The family action plan -- Editing the script: becoming the parents we want to be. Denial: "Problem? What problem?" ; Projection: "Yeah, they've got a problem, not me" ; Peer pressure: it's not just for teenagers ; Is parenting hereditary? "I can't believe I sound just like my mother" ; The trinity of change: self-reflection, empathy, and flexibility
Control code
ocn792934794
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xxvi, 323 p.
Isbn
9780061824746
System control number
(OCoLC)792934794

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