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The New Dare to Discipline

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The New Dare to Discipline

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Dr. James Dobson, licensed psychologist and the former president of Focus on the Family, wrote the original Dare to Discipline in 1970. It was an instant success and continued as a bestseller for nearly twenty years. Although the principles are timeless, this book has been revised and expanded to address the changes in society and the needs of today's parents. Dobson emphasizes the need for consistent, balanced discipline and explains in practical terms what it looks like. The author provides very practical examples of how to meet the need of children for love, trust, affection―and discipline.

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SKU 2404
Author Dr. James Dobson
Translator 裴彤 王跃进
ISBN 9787561771716
Publisher 华东师范大学出版社
Publication Date 2009年12月
Number of Pages 179页
List Price CN¥39.00

Dr. James Dobson, licensed psychologist and the former president of Focus on the Family, wrote the original Dare to Discipline in 1970. It was an instant success and continued as a bestseller for nearly twenty years. Although the principles are timeless, this book has been revised and expanded to address the changes in society and the needs of today's parents. Dobson emphasizes the need for consistent, balanced discipline and explains in practical terms what it looks like. The author provides very practical examples of how to meet the need of children for love, trust, affection―and discipline.

 

He examines five underpinnings for commonsense child rearing:

  •     * developing respect for parents is the critical factor in child management
  •     * the best opportunity to communicate often occurs after a disciplinary event
  •     * control without nagging
  •     * don't saturate the child with materialism
  •     * establish a balance between love and discipline

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