This revised expanded edition offers new sections on the learned nature of violence, playing with pretend weapons, why shouting and spanking don't work, discipline issues for single parents, the importance of empathy, the differences between boys and girls, the transition to elementary school, resisting change, behaving shyly, jealousy, and lying. You'll also learn what factors are considered in the clinical diagnosis of hyperactivity.
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Review 1 for Discipline Without Shouting Or Spanking
Date:September 5, 2008
Book gives ideas you may not have thought about. I like that it tells what to do as well as what not to do. It also points out that children model their parent's behavior.
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Review 2 for Discipline Without Shouting Or Spanking
Date:March 12, 2008
We bought this book to help with our 3 1/2 year old son. I love that the book is written like a User's Manual. The advice is very useful, almost common sense, but it works! We have applied techniques for 3 different scenarios so far and they have worked beautifully! I would recommend this book to anyone who is up to their eyeballs with screaming and yelling at their toddler to no end with no results. :-) This book has changed our family.