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Sweet_Micky
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Books about raising children

What book about raising children would you advice me to read? I dream to be a good father, though i did not have a good example in my childhood, so i need to learn how to become a dad from books and different videos :silly: May be you know some interesting articles or books, written by famous childern psychologists and pediatricians. Share with me please :blush:

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Bob
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Books about raising children

WHEN I decidet to become daddy I read a lot of books which Are connected somehow with children and how to rise them. I geek out about books that help me understand my kids' brains and how I can facilitate learning, growth, and creativity. Since I read so many books, I thought you might like to know my very favorite books for parents.
I love "How to Talk so Kids Will Listen and Listen So Kids Will Talk" Elaine Maslich and Adele Faber. This is an awesome book on child development. I read it several times and want to recomend it for you) ;) ;) ;) ;)

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Sweet_Micky
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Books about raising children

To raise a kid in a proper way,man,no book will help you,if you ain't got what it requires in you.You have to be real self-confident,calm,true,sincere and overall strong.It's truly the strength you'll need the most in order to cope with all the issues,that will be there-and believe me,they will. B) You have to do it all with the maximum love possible-give all you've got to your kid (well,leave some of it for your partner,of course) ;) ,always be there to listen to him,to support and understand all his own issues.You're supposed to know how to fill in your kid's shoes to understand him the proper way.Sure,if you've got all that in you,you can read some books,but they won't help you that much.Try Dr. Phil's works-he's ok.

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Floyd
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We all want our children to

We all want our children to grow up good, smart and happy people. That in the future they had a loving family and a matter for their soul, bringing enough money. That they were confident in themselves, developed their talents and knew how to make the right decisions in different life situations.The foundations of future success are laid in early childhood and often - without superfluous words. Pleasure from joint games, developing classes in a warm company of loved ones, unconditional love and support are read and absorbed by small people much easier and more efficiently tedious notations in adolescence.Parenthood is a practical matter. But hardly there is at least one parent who does not ask himself every day a lot of questions: how to be a child friend and at the same time an authority for him? How to strengthen his self-esteem and not spoil? How to teach independence and not leave alone? How to control everything and not to damage the formation of personality?

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Calvin
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Nigel Latta, in the best

Nigel Latta, in the best traditions of Sherlock Holmes and his deductive method, moves from general advice on the education of children and adolescents to private education of boys by mothers. It does not matter, it's about single mothers or a full family. And it does not matter what age of boys we say: "Sonology: Mothers raising sons" considers the specific characteristics of the boyish physiologists, thinking and upbringing. Nigel Latta with his usual calm and humor refers to the problem of raising sons. In fact, he does not even refer to this as a problem, but calls it "a long and fascinating journey through the fields and winding canyons of boyhood."

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