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Setting Limits with Your Strong-Willed Child: Eliminating Conflict by Establishing Clear, Firm, and Respectful Boundaries ePub download

by Robert J. MacKenzie Ed. D.,Alan Sklar

  • Author: Robert J. MacKenzie Ed. D.,Alan Sklar
  • ISBN: 1452655138
  • ISBN13: 978-1452655130
  • ePub: 1597 kb | FB2: 1374 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Psychology & Counseling
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio; MP3 - Unabridged CD edition (November 28, 2011)
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 395
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Setting Limits with Your Strong-Willed Child: Eliminating Conflict by Establishing Clear, Firm, and Respectful Boundaries ePub download

This book has some WONDERFUL tips and guidelines for I read James Dobson's The New Strong Willed Child and wrote about it here.

This book has some WONDERFUL tips and guidelines for I read James Dobson's The New Strong Willed Child and wrote about it here. BUT I am so happy that I picked this one up next because it was the EXACT OPPOSITE.

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Written by Robert J. MacKenzie, Audiobook narrated by Alan Sklar. Eliminating Conflict by Establishing Clear, Firm, and Respectful Boundaries. By: Robert J. Narrated by: Alan Sklar. Length: 7 hrs and 40 mins. Categories: Self Development, Parenting.

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Like most strong willed children, she is very smart and she can also be very sweet and kind, but most of the time . so i really recommend it for those who have a strong temperated or just normal children. the book will 100% sure work.

Like most strong willed children, she is very smart and she can also be very sweet and kind, but most of the time in our house there is chaos. If you have never had one of these children, I'm sure you are sitting back saying, "all that kid needs is a good spanking!" and normally when kids misbehave I would agree, but that is what I have been doing and it has been completely ineffective. depending on ur persistance and ur child age it will work in just a few days.

Strong-willed children are normal. You’ve probably worried about whether your child is normal when his teacher or a well-intended relative pointed out that his behavior seems extreme. They’re right, but extreme does not mean abnormal. Most strong-willed children are normal with well-defined temperament traits. They’re not brain damaged, emotionally disturbed, or defective. Most have no diagnosable problems at all, though some do. In addition, no rule says you can only have one thing going on in your life at a time.

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Are you sure you want to remove Setting limits with your strong-willed child from your list? Setting limits with your strong-willed child. 1st ed. by Robert J. Mac Kenzie. Published 2001 by Prima in Roseville, Calif.

By: Robert J. MacKenzie E. He is the author of Setting Limits and Setting Limits with Your Strong-Willed Child. Harmony, 2015, Paperback.

Does your child constantly misbehave and ignore or refuse your requests? Is your relationship with your child based on conflict instead of mutual respect and cooperation? With the help of this groundbreaking book, you can create a positive, respectful, and rewarding relationship with your child.Setting Limits with Your Strong-Willed Child contains proven techniques and procedures that provide a refreshing alternative to the ineffective extremes of punishment and permissiveness. Parents and teachers alike will discover how to effectively motivate the strong-willed child and achieve cooperation. You will learn how to:Understand and empathize without giving inHold your ground without threateningRemove daily power struggles between you and your childGive clear, firm messages that your child understands and respectsAnd much more!
Wild Python
Obviously you don't purchase one of these books unless you have a child that is pushing your limits. My eldest son falls under this category. When I describe him I use words like "much" and "energetic" and, yes, "pain in the (insert word here)". Basically, he has an excitement and curiosity for the world around him that isn't governed by what he knows he shouldn't do. I found myself saying ridiculous things that no one should say to a six year old. I kept talking to teachers, my parents, the cashier at Safeway about how overwhelmed I was with him. I finally realized I was always asking the same questions. Do I have to work so hard? Do I need ride him until there is an emotional response that tells me I'm getting through? Every. Single. Time?!

The book has been a very calm and confident voice in my parenting storm. It simplified how my child thinks and how best for me to be heard. As this review title states, the book told me it was not only okay but better for my son if I didn't create this ellaborate scene. I have been following it for three weeks now and have not yelled at him or lost my temper once. He settled into the new routine fairly quickly and actually likes it when I time him to complete a task; it appeals to his competative nature.

He has tested the limits many times but I have relied on the methods in the book to deal with them. I will say that it was very awkward at first. As a parent you build a list of phrases and methods that you pull out when your child acts up. I felt like an idiot at first, just staring at my son while mentally sorting through my list of usual responses and finding them all completely inappropriate. I am building a new list of phrases and actions but it takes time.

Overall, this book shows you how to remove the extraneous drama from parenting and focus on what works. Like anything else, I will tweak it to make it my own as time goes on but right now I am following it to the letter. I feel like I have gotten my son back. I think my behavior was stressing him out. He's calmer now and I get to see more of his sweet side.
Thundershaper
I purchased this book in 2007 when my strong-willed two-year old daughter was giving me a very hard time in setting rules and boundaries within my family. She is my only child, so I had no experience at all at parenting. I read other books at the same time with a lot of mushy advice but the book that actually helped me a lot was this one. By understanding the differences between the so called compliant and non-compliant child, and following his guidelines, I was able to manage my relation with my daughter, and actually improve it a lot. Definitely recommended for the new father and mother.
tref
Totally unrealistic passive-aggressive garbage. The only tool presented for ALL life situations is a time-out, which is (a) ridiculous; (b) punitive withdrawal of affection; and (c) autocratic imposition of despotic power. Author instructs parents to refuse to reason or engage w/their children, and all conflicts are to be dictatorially resolved by the equivalent of "Cuz I said so, that's why." Which just means "bc I have more power than you." Nothing undermines a person's authority like demands for blind obedience, and this authoritarian technique will provoke nothing but contempt from an intelligent child (or any other person). The fact that the author advises saying this in a "neutral matter-of-fact tone" just makes it passive-aggressive, but it is still nothing but an assertion of raw power. I don't know a single child who would respond positively to such emotional freeze-outs & isolation.

All the examples are so simplistic as to make you laugh (& cry). Why would a "strong-willed" child who challenges you on EVERYTHING suddenly magically go to her room the instant you say so? If you could get her to comply w/time-outs that easily, you could get her to comply w/the underlying problem that warranted the time-out. The author conveniently does not give a single example of a child who REFUSES to go on time out, or just doesn't give a flying mammy. And the author's instruction to ignore the child's rudeness is hugely counterproductive. Often, it is the ATTITUDE, not the underlying action, that the responsible parent is trying to address. As an adult, your kid will either learn to pick up his socks or will hire a maid to do it. This is a non-issue. But being rude, offensive, or insulting WILL hurt him in his adult relationships. Ignoring the REAL problem is sending entirely the wrong message -- that s/he can be a repulsive terror & people won't notice or mind.

Time-outs are also counterproductive bc a huge part of the child's "game" is to get you to stop whatever you're doing & focus your attention entirely on HER. Author's advice to just stand there -- or hold the door closed!! -- for 10 minutes w/your kid locked on the other side of that door just gives the kid exactly what she wanted -- 10 minutes of your uninterrupted attention, while you have to stand there like an idiot holding her door closed. Also, this is a HUGE pull on parental resources. It assumes you can just sit there indefinitely supervising time-outs, instead of (actually) needing to get to work. Not everyone has endless time to sit on time-outs in grocery stores & malls. If you're at a dinner party, what parent would leave the table & go sit w/their kid in the car for 10 minutes? And if you do, you're just giving the kid EXACTLY what he wants -- your undivided time & attention away from other people.

The author's repeated assurances that it takes MANY "corrective lessons" for his technique to work is a transparent admission that it does NOT work. It's not that it magically worked on the 128th time you tried it; it's that by that time your kid will have outgrown one behavior & developed another. Its like saying if you do a raindance long enough it will eventually "work," whereas in fact it always eventually rains, without your personal appeals to the storm god. This is a great primer on how to ruin your emotional relationship w/your child; undermine their trust in you; confirm their belief that you don't understand them or care about their feelings at all; and teach them that you are an irrational autocratic tyrant. Good luck getting over that when they grow up.
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