Raise pre-teens: Secrets of performance parenting

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Infinite Ideas, Jun 25, 2004 - Family & Relationships - 256 pages
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Raising children is one of the most important and rewarding things you can do in life. It can be challenging, even maddening, but if you get it right it is one of life's great experiences. If you are looking for some ideas for successfully bringing up children, this book's for you. These 52 brilliant parenting ideas have been road-tested and refined in the laboratory of life and will help you and your children get more out of family life and help your children enjoy their own lives more.
 

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Contents

1 Its my party
1
2 Goin potty
7
3 Squabbling siblings
13
4 Offduty
19
5 Wet wet wet
23
6 Turn off the telly
27
7 The childminding minefield
31
8 Safe as houses
37
29 Order order
135
30 The best days of their lives
139
31 Homework heaven
143
32 How does your garden grow?
149
33 Beating the bullies
153
34 Safe surfin
159
35 Highflyers
163
36 Stress busters
167

9 Are we nearly there yet?
43
10 A book at bedtime
47
11 Tantrum taming
53
help or hindrance?
57
13 And so to bed
61
14 Double trouble
67
15 Generation games
71
16 Spare the rod
77
17 Treats
83
18 Nursery crimes
87
19 Singing from the same songsheet
91
20 Time out
97
21 Happy holidays
101
22 Happy eaters
105
23 Listen and learn
109
24 Nobody likes me
113
25 This sporting life
117
26 Its not my turn
121
27 Lets talk about sex
125
28 All creatures grate and smell
129
37 Not in our house
171
38 Cigs drugs alcohol
175
39 Streetsmart
179
40 Wicked stepparents
185
41 Smooth moves
191
42 Parttime parents
195
43 Little chef
199
44 Smart shopping
205
45 Music matters
209
46 Save it for a rainy day
215
47 Perfect picnics parties and packed lunches
219
48 Arty facts
223
49 Putting pen to paper
227
50 Dealing with death
231
51 After the affair
235
52 Something for the weekend
241
The end
246
Index
248
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Peter Cross is a writer. He has spent almost his whole life Peter Cross is a writer. He has spent almost his whole life in institutions dominated by the culture of tobacco, such asin institutions dominated by the culture of tobacco, such as the Royal Navy, psychiatrics and prisons. He works as an at the Royal Navy, psychiatrics and prisons. He works as an attachment editor for the British Medical Journal.Clive Hopwootachment editor for the British Medical Journal.Clive Hopwood wrote about hundreds of books. He coordinates and manages d wrote about hundreds of books. He coordinates and manages "Writers in Prison Network," an experience that helped him t"Writers in Prison Network," an experience that helped him to get a real insight into the lives of drug and alcohol addio get a real insight into the lives of drug and alcohol addicted people. During the process of writing this book, he stocted people. During the process of writing this book, he stopped smoking forever. pped smoking forever.

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