Teach Your Child Decision Making: An Effective 8-Step Program for Parents to Teach Children to Solve Everyday Problems and Make Sound Decisions

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Doubleday, Apr 1, 1987 - Education - 343 pages
Describes parenting styles, looks at common problems children face, and tells how to determine when children are ready to for greater responsibility

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Psychologists Clabby and Elias offer procedures for teaching children to cope with normal problems of growing up, such as unfamiliar situations, peer pressure, pesky siblings, or wanting to be liked ... Read full review


PART ONE Giving Your Children the Tools They Need
Parenting Using All That You Know
Preparing Your Child to Cope in the Real World

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Elias is a psychology professor at Rutgers University, a nationally recognized expert on child and parental problem-solving and writes a column, "Parenting Matters" for the Central New Jersey Home News.

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