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The Best Way to
Discipline Kids
Anna and her husband are parents of three
teenage children and Anna says that in
particular, her 16-year-old daughter Juliana
has become not only rude, but almost
impossible to deal with overall. She narrates,
“I knew teenagers could be rude but Juliana’s
is becoming unacceptable. She talks back,
never listens and is even rude to her siblings.
I have tried different tactics from grounding
her to taking away her laptop to yelling but she
just doesn’t budge. And now our family life is
suffering with her insolence...What do we do?”
Most parents can relate completely to Anna
and her husband as finding a disciplining
approach that actually works is seemingly
impossible. Specifically in the book--Liberated
Parents, Liberated Children, the authors
shared their experiences over five years in
the parent workshops of the late Dr. Haim
Ginott. Readers who were inspired wrote to
the authors and appealed for a “how to” book.
While pondering the idea they carried on with
FROM ANGER MANAGEMENT FOR PARENTS TO POSITIVE
MOTIVATION, THE PARENTING BOOK THAT TOOK THE WORLD BY
STORM - LIBERATED PARENTS AND LIBERATED KIDS:
YOUR GUIDE
TO A HAPPIER FAMILY - BY ELAINE MAZLISH AND ADELE FABER TAKE
A LOOK AT THIS AND MORE.
HEALTH
SPEAKS TO AN EXPERT WHO
INVESTIGATES THE MODEL OF DISCIPLINE DISCUSSED AND ADDS
HER OWN INSIGHT.
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