Negotiation Generation: Take Back Your Parental Authority Without Punishment (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Sep 4, 2007 - Family & Relationships - 272 pages
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The classic power struggle between parents and children- demystified.

Nationally recognized behavior management expert Lynne Reeves Griffin offers a commonsense yet radical approach to parenting that will enable adults to win the tug-of-war with their children about what is, and isn't, acceptable behavior.

This proactive plan provides parents with the tools to reclaim their authority, establish boundaries, and cease negotiation tactics such as rewards and punishments, based on the specific ages and temperaments of each child. Featuring anecdotes from more than 20 years of parental consulting, the author reveals the real struggles parents face in raising today's children.
  

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Many parenting experts agree that spanking is never a good way to discipline a child. In its stead, they have recommended using methods like time-outs and grounding. Griffin (executive director ... Read full review

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Really like this book. Have come back to it repeatedly. I find it easy to understand and some of the tips are so simple. How often do we turn directions into requests by adding "ok?" to the end of every sentence? Read full review

Contents

Parenting Now and Then
Is Your Clock Ticking?
What Happens When Children Have Too Much Power?
Parent or Friend?
Information Is PowerUnless Theres Too Much of It
Fences Come in All Shapes and Sizes
The Grass Isnt Always Greener
Building Good Fences
Practice Makes Almost Perfect
ACTAct Consistently with Timeliness
A Time to Talk
A Time to Parent
A Different Kind of Blame Game
In the Yard or Through the Gate
Its in the Bag
Birthdays and Breakthroughs

How Big Is Your Backyard?
Please Fence Me In
Three Factors
So Whos to Blame?
Putting an End to the Blame Game
A Blueprint for Success
Your Child Can Change Too
When Life Is Good Its Great
Power of Positive Role Models
Practically Parenting
Beautiful Fences or Beautiful Sheds
Parenting with a Plan
An Invitation to Behave
Getting the Message
The Long and the Short of It
Expect Success
Anatomy of a Power Struggle
At the End of Your Rope
Ill Get You My Pretty
Reacting for a Reason
A Backyard Too Small for the Game
An Invitation to Misbehave
Missing the Message
On the Ropes
Drop the Rope
Indecision Is a Decision
Youre Not the Boss of Me
Tied Up in Knots
Wondering Why You Waver?
Draw the Line
An Invitation to Misbehave
Freedom Isnt Free
Taking risks looking for fences
Drop the Rope
Proactive Discipline
Tellme Showme Learning
Predict and Prevent
Predict and Prepare
A Mixed Bag
Test the Waters
Pack Your Childs Bag
Punishment Is a Crime
Putting on a Life Jacket
Parents as Teachers
Childs Play
Master of Disguise
Get in the Same Boat
For Better or Worse
Decisions Made in Lower Court
Mountains High and Valleys Low
Halfempty Glasses
Hocuspocus Focus
Sticks and Stones
Promise Youll Never Change
When in Rome
Stress Rehearsal
The Time of Your Life
What You See Is What You Get
Theres No Time Like the Present
What Do You Expect?
The Final Test
Spoil the Child
Back to Basics
If She Can Predict It She Can Behave
You Are What You Eat
Whose Bedtime Is It Anyway?
Play Is Work and Work Is Play
Theres No Place like Home
Whats in Your Backyard?
How Will You Play the Game?
Take Back Your Authority
Punish No More
Take It On
You Know the Ropes
Its Like Riding a Bike
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About the author (2007)

Lynne Reeves Griffin, R.N., M.Ed., has more than 20 years' experience consulting with parents, teachers and health care professionals regarding child development and behavior management. She is the founder of the Proactive Parenting and Proactive Teaching workshops, and is a frequent television and radio guest expert.

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