Parenting for a Peaceful World

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Longueville Media, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 428 pages
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Parenting for a Peaceful World is a fascinating look at how child-rearing customs have shaped societies and major world events. It reveals how children adapt to and are influenced by different parenting styles and how safeguarding their emotional development is the key to creating a more peaceful, harmonious, and sustainable world.

Practical advice for raising a well-adjusted child includes tips on:

  • Supporting your child's developing emotional intelligence
  • Understanding how your childhood has influenced your own emotional make-up
  • Helping you achieve your full parenting potential

Parenting for a Peaceful World is for parents, child health professionals, teachers, and adults seeking to heal and grow.

Robin Grille is an internationally renowned author, speaker, educator, psychologist, and psychotherapist specializing in child development, parenting issues, and family relationships.

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Robin Grille is a psychologist and psychotherapist with over twenty years experience working with individuals, couples and families. He is also a passionate public speaker, parenting educator and group facilitator with an international following. A prolific writer on child development, parenting issues and family relationships, Robin's work has been published in Australia, the US, Canada, South Africa and Israel.

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