Between parent and child: new solutions to old problems

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Macmillan, 1965 - Child rearing - 223 pages
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User Review  - SeriousGrace - LibraryThing

This book starts off with the best introduction, "No parent wakes up in the morning planning to make a child's life miserable" (p 1). As soon as I read that I knew I was in for a good read. Between ... Read full review

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User Review  - Shadoufang - LibraryThing

Very easy to read. Enjoyable. I like the way he presents scenarios. Ginott doesn't only tell what works and why, but also how they should be done. Ginott gives a lot of information concisely. Good as instant reference material because the information is well-divided, presented in bite-sized bits. Read full review

Contents

The hidden meanings
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Fruitless dialogues The new code of communica
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to relationship from event to feelings from gen
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