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by Dorothy Turner Coplen

ePub Parenting a Path Through Childhood download
Author:
Dorothy Turner Coplen
ISBN13:
978-0903540612
ISBN:
0903540614
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Publisher:
Floris Books (September 15, 1982)
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Subcategory:
Alternative Medicine
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1527 kb
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1807 kb
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Introduces an understanding of parenting by asking, what is a child, what is a parent, and why does a child need a parent. Introduces an understanding of parenting by asking: What is a child? What is a parent? And why does a child need a parent? This book leaves dogma behind and brings readers to the reality of daily life. Combining her experience as a mother and grandmother with her studies in psychology and social work, the author presents a warm and human way of understanding the nature and needs of children. The Most Interesting Galaxy in the Universe - A Journey Through the Milky Way Galaxy Documentary Touch Your Heart 359 зрителей. How to Carve Halloween Pumpkins - Продолжительность: 4:05 DaveHax Recommended for you. 4:05. ЗЛОЙ Доктор Мэд и его Банда ЗОМБИ Захватили Больницу в ROBLOX побег из больнице с зомби канал FFGTV - Продолжительность: 19:47 Funny Family Games TV Recommended for you. 19:47.

Introduces an understanding of parenting by asking: What is a child? . This book leaves dogma behind and brings readers to the reality of daily life

Introduces an understanding of parenting by asking: What is a child? What is a parent? And why does a child need a parent? This book leaves dogma behind and brings readers to the reality of daily life. Parents and professionals working with children will find this a helpful book for understanding children, developing an awareness of their individual differences and observing how behavior is learned.

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Publishing Information. And walk was what she should have done, she mused bitterly. Her friend Harry had insisted on the bicycle, claiming it was essential to everything the afternoon entailed.

Parenting a Path through Childhood, by Dotty Turner Coplen. Also, for anyone who is breastfeeding or planning to, the AMAZING: 'The Drinks Are on Me: Everything your Mother Never Told you About Breastfeeding', by Veronica Sophia Robertson. I am a Counselling Psychologist with a special interest in the prenatal, perinatal and parenting phases of life and I really liked them for attending to the emotional needs of children, rather than the parents' convenience, like so many other books do. They also take a holistic perspective.

Introduces an understanding of parenting by asking, what is a child, what is a parent, and why does a child need a parent. This book leaves dogma behind and brings the reader to the reality of daily living.

Combining her experience as a mother and grandmother with her studies in psychology and social work, the author presents a warm and human way of understanding the nature and needs of children. Parents and professionals working with children will find this a helpful book for understanding children, developing an awareness of their individual differences and observing how behavior is learned.

  • This book is really a treasure to me. It's not really a how-to for parenting. There are no formulas for success, which any parent quickly discovers anyway. I love the viewpoints of the author--the child as apprentice, thoughts on materialism and media, the home environment and clothing, and independence versus freedom. If you're looking to sift through the noise and find what is essential for your family, this is the book to help part the clouds.

  • Understanding parenting by thinking about who is a child, what is a parent, and why does a child need a parent, leaves dogma behind and brings the reader to the reality of daily living.

    Combining her experience as a mother and a grandmother with her studies in psychology and social work, the author presents a warm and human way of understanding the nature and needs of children. Parents and professionals working with children will find this a helpful book for understanding the needs of children, developing an awareness of their individual differences and observing how behaviour is learned.

  • I found this book to be very down-to-earth, practical and calming. The author is familiar with Rudolf Steiner's teachings and the Waldorf education ideas. You can trust your instincts and travel a path of parenting between over-permissiveness and strictness. Chapters include: Parenting today, a child is born, creating his world, the apprentice, learning about the world, the golden mean, personal space, the artificial world, truth and reality, the handicapped child, independence vs. freedom, and humanness. Highly recommended.