1-2-3 Magic

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Child Management, 1995 - Family & Relationships - 175 pages
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Addressing the task of child discipline with humour and practicality, this work provides easy-to-follow steps for disciplining children aged two to twelve without yelling, arguing, or hitting. It helps parents learn to deal with the six kinds of testing and manipulation, and discover the 10 steps for building self-esteem in children.

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Great book, practical advice anyone can follow. - Overstock.com
Lots of good insights. - Goodreads
Seems like sound advice and system. - Goodreads
It has a simple premise. - Goodreads
At this writing, he's about 4) Consistency is the key. - Goodreads
... easy to read,and held my attention. - Overstock.com

Review: 1-2-3 Magic: Effective Discipline for Children 2-12

User Review  - Jennifer - Goodreads

As a parent, counselor, and teacher I have found this book to be an great starting point for the many families that I work with. The information is timeless and the techniques are proven...however I ... Read full review

Review: 1-2-3 Magic: Effective Discipline for Children 2-12

User Review  - Sesil - Goodreads

i have just started this still in week one. i am seing some improvement. i have to remind my 2yr old what happens on 3. for my 3yr old i tend to mix up the punishments a little so she doesnt think oh its just a time out. gonna keep at ut and c where it takes us Read full review

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About the author (1995)

Thomas W. Phelan, PhD, is a clinical psychologist and a nationally renowned expert on child discipline and attention deficit disorder. His other books include "1-2-3 Magic: Effective Discipline for Children 2-12,"" All About Attention Deficit Disorder,"" "and "Surviving Your Adolescents." He lives in Glen Ellyn, Illinois. Tracy M. Lewis, BA, is the family resource coordinator for a public school system and a family educator for the Commonwealth Parenting Center of Richmond, Virginia. She is also a former elementary school teacher and preschool director. She lives in Stony Creek, Virginia.

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