Love and anger: the parental dilemma

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Viking, Jun 3, 1991 - Family & Relationships - 242 pages
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The author of Loving Your Child Is Not Enough addresses the most persistent and disturbing problem that parents face. Dealing with anger, not trying to eliminate it, but showing how to keep it from dominating family life, is the main premise of this book. Love and Anger addresses the weak point that parents suffer over the most--being held hostage by their own anger and guilt.

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LOVE AND ANGER: The Parental Dilemma

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Longtime director of Parent Guidance Workshops, Samalin here offers practical advice on coping with anger when dealing with children. Her take-home message is that feeling angry is okay; acting in ... Read full review

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User Review  - LLLSouthCentralMiami - LibraryThing

This book is an indispensable tool for guilt free parenting-one that will help you discipline your children lovingly, effectively and consistently. Read full review

Contents

The Parental Dilemma
1
Everyday Madness
20
Whos the Boss?
47
Copyright

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NANCY SAMALIN, M.S., is a best-selling parenting author and a pioneer in the field of parent education. A leading speaker on parenting issues in the US, Canada, and abroad, she is known for her practical, concrete advice combined with a highly entertaining delivery. She is the founder and director of Parent Guidance Workshops. She lives in New York.

Catherine Whitney is the coauthor of Guilty and Eat Right 4 Your Type, both New York Times bestsellers. She lives in Piermont, New York.

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