You Can't Make Me (But I Can Be Persuaded): Strategies for Bringing Out the Best in Your Strong-Willed Child

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WaterBrook Press, 2012 - Family & Relationships - 179 pages
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It's easy to recognize a strong-willed child. Difficult to discipline, at times impossible to motivate, strong-willed children present unique, frustrating, and often exhausting challenges to those who care for them. But now, the miracle parents long for can happen. Offering new hope, achievable goals, and a breath of fresh air to families and teachers, Cynthia Tobias explains how the mind of a strong-willed child works - and how to use that information to the child's best advantage.

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User Review  - Sydney - Christianbook.com

The book arrived on a day when my sister-in-law stopped in and told me of the difficulties her daughter was going through with their 3 year old. I told her that I hadn't read the book yet but had ... Read full review

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User Review  - Lisa - Christianbook.com

It is a parenting guide to handle the obstacles of having a strong willed child but I feel it helps you with adults also. It helped me tremendously. Would recommend highly and will buy as gifts for others! Read full review

Contents

Who Qualifies as a StrongWilled Child
7
Howls the StrongWilled Child Wired?
23
How to Bring Out the Best
39
What About the Line Between Right
69
How Can I Help a Strongwilled Child
103
How Can I Survive a Meltdown?
119
How Do I Keep My Strongwilled Child
127
When Should I Do Something Drastic?
141
Is It Too Late to Restore a Relationship
153
Start Right Where You Are
169
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Cynthia Tobias received her master’s degree from Seattle Pacifi c University. Her successful background includes twenty-five years of private practice, eight years of teaching high school, and six years in law enforcement. The best-selling author of eight books, she is the busy mother of twin college-age sons. Cynthia and her husband live in the Seattle area.

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