Raise Your Kids Without Raising Your Voice

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BPS Books, 2007 - Family & Relationships - 288 pages
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Learn the secret to a happy home life! Eliminate yelling, criticism, and other unpleasant communications. Gain your kids' cooperation the "less stress" way.

Follow this book's gentle, practical advice and you will:
  • See improvements in your children's behavior, school performance, and self-confidence
  • Help your children develop better relationships and achieve optimal mental and physical health
  • Increase your own likelihood of a life-long, loving relationship with your children and grandchildren
Raise Your Kids Without Raising Your Voice shows you how to:
  • Reduce conflict in the home
  • Solve the getting-kids-to-bed -- and keeping-kids-in-bed -- conundrum
  • Motivate your kids to get their school assignments done -- without all the ulcer-causing, blood-pressure-raising panic
  • Teach them to cope with disappointment, fear, and jealousy
  • Resolve your own feelings of anxiety, inadequacy, and despair
  • Foster a family-wide atmosphere of co-operation, closeness, love and respect

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The Parents Journey
Its All in the Ratio
Positive Tools for Getting Kids to Listen
Emotional Coaching
Staying Calm Under Pressure
Rules to Relax By
AngerFree Discipline
The Relationship Rule
Parenting The Inside Story
Anxiety in Parenting
A Summary
Appendix B Feeling Word List

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About the author (2007)

Sarah Chana Radcliffe holds a Master's of Education degree in Psychology and is a registered member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario. She has a busy private practice in marital, family, and individual counseling and has been conducting parenting workshops, lectures, and seminars locally and internationally for more than twenty-five years. Sarah was a coordinator and parent educator for the Learning Disabilities Clinic of the Toronto Wellesley Hospital for many years and was also a researcher in developmental psychology at the Metropolitan Toronto School Board and at the Institute of Child Study, University of Toronto. She has written five books on Jewish family life, as well as numerous articles, and appears regularly in the broadcast media as a parenting expert. Sarah Chana Radcliffe lives -- quietly -- in Toronto with her husband, visited often, and quietly, by her six children and their spouses, as well as numerous grandchildren.

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