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Download Your Kids, Their Lives: A Parent's Guide to Raising Happy, Competent, Caring Children ePub

by Malinda Jo Muzi

Download Your Kids, Their Lives: A Parent's Guide to Raising Happy, Competent, Caring Children ePub
  • ISBN 0977696901
  • ISBN13 978-0977696901
  • Language English
  • Author Malinda Jo Muzi
  • Publisher Pink Roses Publishing (May 15, 2006)
  • Pages 208
  • Formats mobi lit docx rtf
  • Category Parents
  • Subcategory Parenting
  • Size ePub 1316 kb
  • Size Fb2 1643 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 388

Your Kids, Their Lives: A Parent's Guide to Raising Happy, Competent, Caring Children is a how-to book based on 40 years of research in child development and parenting. It clearly shows parents how gentle, patient and kind treatment of children in their formative years puts children on the right path for a lifetime. And it offers techniques that are most likely to produce youngsters who are creative, content and concerned about the welfare of others.

Malinda Jo Muzi is a psychologist who has taught child development and parenting on a college level for over 30 years. On the cover of Muzi's book, there is a caption that says "a parent's guide to raising happy, competent, caring children"

Malinda Jo Muzi is a psychologist who has taught child development and parenting on a college level for over 30 years. She is the author of three textbooks, including Psychology: A Biographical Approach, The Child Through Time and Transition, and The Experience of Parenting. Her advice has been featured in Woman's Day and Family Circle magazines. On the cover of Muzi's book, there is a caption that says "a parent's guide to raising happy, competent, caring children". Now, when I first saw this on the book cover, I felt as though those words could be offensive to some parents.

Your Kids, Their Lives book. It provides them with the information that need to raise contented children who are creative and productive, and concerned about the welfare of others.

Helps parents build a solid foundation of trust and respect between themselves and their children

Helps parents build a solid foundation of trust and respect between themselves and their children. This book offers parents the information they need to raise contented children who are creative and productive, and concerned about the welfare of others.

Every parent wants to raise children who are happy and successful . But there’s so much parenting advice out there. We parents today are too quick to sacrifice our lives and marriages for our kids. He goes on to explain, The greatest gift you can give your children is to have a fulfilling marriage. Children who have a trusted adult in their life (apart from their parents) have 30% higher levels of life satisfaction than children who don’t, Dr. Lisa Colarossi has discovered.

Parents may not want to be married anymore, but for the sake of their children, they . The smart parent's guide to coping with your kid's fits. Dating During Divorce. A Divorced Parent's Guide to Raising Happy Kids.

Parents may not want to be married anymore, but for the sake of their children, they should always be partners. Learn how divorce changes a family, and get tips from real moms and dads who have mastered the art of co-parenting. Preschool Activities. Behavior & Discipline. Parents may not want to be married anymore, but for the sake of their children, they should always be partners.

They feel less competent and less able to manage life. On a recommendation from a similarly controlling friend, I read The Idle Parent: When Less Means More When Raising Kids (Penguin, £. 9) by Tom Hodgkinson

They feel less competent and less able to manage life. It’s something behaviour specialist Noël Janis-Norton, author of Calmer, Easier, Happier Parenting (Hodder & Stoughton, £1. 9), recognises: ‘It’s a natural urge to be independent,’ she says. When children are self-reliant, they become more self-confident; they feel they can cope with their lives. 9) by Tom Hodgkinson. His philosophy is refreshingly simple – the best thing we can do for children is to leave them alone.

Every parent wants his or her children to grow up loving life. Here are a few tips to help you guide your child to a joyful life. But we don’t always know how to encourage this. Help your child appreciate the everyday wonders of life by stopping what you are doing and expressing thanks for the moment. Doctors say that when parents show gratitude, their children grow up more enthusiastic, joyful, interested, and engaged in the world around them. Listen to your child. If your child comes home from preschool ranting about how much she hates another child, don’t immediately criticize her or tell her not to speak negatively.

Children are happy and content when their parents feel this way, and the relationship between their parents are . If parents love each other, a child perceives this love as addressed to him as well. He feels that he is raised in the environment of love, kindness and harmony

Children are happy and content when their parents feel this way, and the relationship between their parents are harmonious. When a child grows up seeing and feeling their parents love each other, he is raised in the environment of love which he immerses himself into. He is developing happily, smoothly and in complete harmony. He feels that he is raised in the environment of love, kindness and harmony. However, if, for example, a mother treats a father badly, then a child feels that his mother treats him badly as well.

Most parents strive to raise smart and successful kids because who . 1. Listen when your kids talk.

Most parents strive to raise smart and successful kids because who doesn't want that? But we often equate success with academic achievement. Kids are attuned to our emotions - they know whether you are truly paying attention or just answering them automatically. Happiness is contagious-the happier you are, the happier your children will be, too. And don't forget children are quick to absorb our emotions. More from Smart Parenting.

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spark
A school book, required for class. Bought for the kindle.
Ximinon
This book provides in clear language a way to recognize the opportunities and challenges people face as parents. Although there are no instructions that come with raising a child, this book gives you a good set of instructions and methods on raising children and how to handle them through different stages of their developent. It focuses on good relationships, the difference between discipline and punishentand how to create a safe, competent and happy child. I enjoyed the book so much, I a including it as a gift to a good friend who is expecting her first child
Molotok
I found this book to be a good resource for any parent with any age child. I purchased this book for an online college course, but once I started reading it, I found it very hard to put it down. There are many good ideas and techniques for raising happy, caring children. I even tried a few techniques on my own children!! And they worked!!! I would recommend this book to every parent.
Landamath
I would recommend this book for expecting parents and even parents that are parenting as well.I learned alot of techniques with dealing with children. Its always good to get help from an outside source, and this book is it!!!
Kit
I feel that this book was very helpful. This book is written in a way that it is easy to read and easy to understand, that appeals to every audience. it keeps the reader interested by using real life scenario's throughout. This book would be very helpful to parents,to help them understand parenting skills, understand their children and their children's feeling, and help them become better parents. Also, showing parents what their mistakes may be and how to improve them, and stresses the affect that a parent has on what their children will grow up to be. I plan on re-reading this book, and referring to it when I one day have children.

-Jaclyn Zanier
Tygrarad
This is a great book! It explains parenting in easy to read terminology.. It gives ideas on how to guide and support your children as they grow. It places emphasis on the importance of empowering children through positive guiding vs. punishment and spanking. It also gives you problem scenarios we all experience with children and teens and then helps with positive solutions. to help prevent them. To me, it is a guidance book I really like. I'm going to buy another one for my son for my grand-daughter.
Anasius
On the cover of Muzi's book, there is a caption that says "a parent's guide to raising happy, competent, caring children". Now, when I first saw this on the book cover, I felt as though those words could be offensive to some parents. Some parents could take offense to needing a guide to raise their children, but after reading the literature, I felt as through a lot of the parents that I see these days really need to read this book. This book was useful to me in many ways being as though I am an expectant parent and currently live in a household full of madness. I mean my house is like a war-fare...and Muzi has opened my eyes for possible reasons and solutions as to why my family-members behave and react the way they do. Muzi was very direct and gave great examples to show the reality of very likely everyday-situations that parents encounter. Muzi makes you wonder if she is a parent of 20 children, because when it comes to parenting, she hits everything and every situation right on the nose. She speaks with the truth whether or not if it sounds nice or not. ....So in conclusion, there are 2 solitary lessons that I learned thus far; when parenting, communication is key and when looking at a book it is still true never judge a book by its cover!..........THIS BOOK IS AN EXCELLENT GUIDE TO PARENTS or for members of a family where no-one gets along.
I was forced to buy this as part of her class and found it to be egotistical and less than educational. She has a lot of experience but truthfully this book had more of her opinion and less technical facts than I would expect.