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by Mary E. Muscari

Download Not My Kid : 21 Steps to Raising a Nonviolent Child ePub
  • ISBN 1589660102
  • ISBN13 978-1589660106
  • Language English
  • Author Mary E. Muscari
  • Publisher Univ of Scranton Pr (February 1, 2002)
  • Formats lrf txt rtf azw
  • Category Parents
  • Subcategory Parenting
  • Size ePub 1948 kb
  • Size Fb2 1645 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 258


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Xii, 268 pages ; 23 cm. The growing epidemic of violect behavior in children is learned at home and in the community. Not My Kid" presents and optimistic hope that such violence can be prevented. Mary Muscari provides twenty-one practical steps along the road to violent prevention. Includes bibliographical references (pages 247-261) and index.

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Latchkey Kids - children left at home to care for themselves, usually between the hours of 3pm - 6pm are more likely to.Source(s): Dr. Mary E. Muscari, PhD, CRNP, CS. "Not My Kid" 21 Steps to Raising a Non-Violent Child.

Latchkey Kids - children left at home to care for themselves, usually between the hours of 3pm - 6pm are more likely to experiment with alcohol and other drugs. Studies show, many of these kids participate in violent activities. The average age of young children who drink alcohol has dropped from 14 to 12. 80%-90% of children use drugs by age 18. The University of Scranton Press, 2002. dare2dream · 1 decade ago.

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Mary E. Muscari, PhD, RN, is a specialist in child health, mental health, and forensics. She is an Associate Professor at the Decker School of Nursing, Binghamton, NY, and Affiliate Faculty in the Department of Criminology, Regis University, CO. Mary received degrees from Adelphi University, Duquesne University, and Columbia University

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The information Dr. Muscari provides in this book is excellent! The book is extremely easy to read and a timely piece. Any one who has contact with children of any age, or thinking of starting a family can benefit from the information within the book not only in how to raise a non-violent child but in raising a child in general. As older parents this book provided us with up to date jargon and information important for communicating with our child/adolescent. We especially liked all the bulleted, to the point, information on what to do with and for your child as well as how to handle situations that arise with your child. We also found that the information is helpful for us in how to interact with other kids who may be displaying inappropriate behavior. This would make a great gift at baby showers, and should be in every pediatrician and family physicians' waiting room. This is a book you wish you were given when your child was born! We would love to see more books on issues in kids from this author. Don't miss buying this book!