Renowned for her no-nonsense, realistic, and extremely effective advice, parenting expert Carolyn Crowder has observed that the ultimate parent-child standoffs center around mealtimes, bedtimes, and the start of day. For anyone whose child is more likely to rise and whine than rise and shine, Eating, Sleeping, and Getting Uprestores sanity to the household, with proven insights on: -Why nagging, reminding, coaxing, or bribing don’t work in the long run -How to break the cycle of arguing, threatening, and spanking -The keys to starting a new-and-improved routine -Specific language for ending a variety of standoffs
The skills Crowder teaches here can be applied to any parenting situation. Presented in a concise, clear format and complete with worksheets of exercises for both adults and kids, Eating, Sleeping, and Getting Up is a lifesaver that will help end the chaos forever.
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About Carolyn Crowder
Psychologist Carolyn Crowder holds a doctorate in counseling and guidance. In private practice for more than twenty years, she also works with special education students in a local Arizona elementary school. She is the coauthor of the national bestseller Backtalk… More about Carolyn Crowder
Published by Harmony May 14, 2002| 240 Pages| 5-3/16 x 8| ISBN 9780767911252