Without Spanking Or Spoiling: A Practical Approach to Toddler and Preschool Guidance

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Parenting Press, Inc., Jan 1, 1993 - Family & Relationships - 126 pages
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If you feel trapped between extremes when you're disciplining your children, you'll appreciate the time-tested advice in this classic guide. You don't have to spank your children to get them to behave--and you don't have to worry that you're spoiling them, either. Drawing from four major child guidance philosophies, parent educator Elizabeth Crary provides dozens of examples and exercises to help you find the best way to rear your children. Without Spanking or Spoling will also help you understand:
 

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Review: Without Spanking or Spoiling: A Practical Approach to Toddler and Preschool Guidance

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A classic fully deserving of its laurels. Read full review

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I started reading this book twice and both times I could not get past the 1st chapter. It is not a big book, but also not enticing enough for me to read. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
6
Steps in Problem Solving
23
Avoiding Problems
33
Increasing Appropriate Behavior
49
Teaching New Behaviors
62
Decreasing Inappropriate Behavior
73
Putting It All Together
93
One 150 ideas for common problems
101

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Parent Educator for more than two decades and the author of 32 books and dozens of articles on child guidance issues.

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