How to negotiate with kids--: even when you think you shouldn't : 7 essential skills to end conflict and bring more joy into your family

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Viking, Feb 25, 2003 - Family & Relationships - 218 pages
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A co-author of Getting Together outlines the principles of building lasting relationships with children through effective conflict management, covering such techniques as listening, teaching children how to solve problems, and meting out appropriate discipline. 25,000 first printing.

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Review: How to Negotiate with Kids . . . Even if You Think You Shouldn't: 7 Essential Skills to End Conflict and Bring More Joy into Your Family

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I thought this might be helpful for my tween programs I do at the library, it's really more aimed towards parents but it had some good advice. Read full review


Deal with Your Emotions
Help Your Child Deal with
Listen to Learn

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About the author (2003)

Scott Brown is a negotiation expert and father of four children. After helping to launch the Harvard Negotiation Project, he spent ten years teaching, writing, and speaking about managing conflict and established the nonprofit Conflict Management Group to advise governments and nongovernment organizations on public conflicts worldwide.

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