This is another resource that I believe to be invaluable. I have 8-year old twins and I feel like a broken record asking them to do the same thing over and over again. It never seems to end. Dr Daryl Cross, who is a clinical and organisational psychologist and is a fellow of the Australian Psychological Society and the Australian Institute of Management, is the author this audio book ‘Growing Up Children: How To Get 5-12 Year Olds To Behave And Do As They Are Told’.
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If you’re not interested in how to make children behave and how to take the stress out of parenting, then, please do not read any further, this is not for you…
Without doubt, one of the major issues that
presents to a clinical practice is parents wanting to know how to get their children to behave. All in all, being a parent is hard work! It can be downright difficult. It can take you to the “edge”. It can leave you disheartened and disillusioned.
This book however, aims to take the real stress out of parenting. It has been a program that has been in development for over 15 years – and there are scores of parents who can attest to its benefits.
The book is called “Growing Up Children; How to Get 5-12 Year Olds to Behave & Do As They’re Told” and is available now for US$9 for the audio version. You get the entire book professionally narrated for you in MP3 format, so you can listen in the car or on your i-pod or anywhere really.
In this book, you will discover the following:
◦ Why the first 7 years in life are the most critical
◦ Why we are ineffective as parents. Why we seem to say the same thing to our children day after day and nothing seems to change
◦ How to really get across to children
◦ How to find the balance in parenting
◦ How to set up a clear program for everyone to follow
◦ How to get your child to do as you ask the first time
◦ How to deal with aggression
◦ How you and your partner can agree on parenting
◦ How to improve your child’s self-confidence
◦ How to create more family harmony and cooperation