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Friendship issues top the list of parents' concerns. Unkind or exclusive behaviour appears to be starting sooner than ever - even at nursery. Tanith Carey analyses the increasingly complex social pressures changing the face of childhood and offers solutions for building your child's social skills for a happier, more carefree childhood.
Using tried-and-tested advice, author and working mum Tanith Carey offers everyday shortcuts to allow busy mums plenty of quality time with their children, partner and even themselves! This book is for anyone who is trying to spend less time tidying, cleaning and washing and more time enjoying every day.
* Why are girls self-harming and suffering eating disorders in record numbers? Why do girls feel they have to be 'little miss perfects' who are never allowed to fail? Why are girls turning against each other on social media? What should we tell girls about how to deal with challenges of every day sexism and violent, misogynistic pornography? How can parents, teachers and grandparents inoculate girls so they can push back against the barrage of unhealthy messages bombarding them about what it means to be female?Whether they are praised for being pretty rather than smart, or accused of being 'bossy' rather than leaders, teaching girls how to be comfortable with themselves has never been more challenging. Laid out in clear simple steps, Girls Uninterrupted shows the practical strategies you need to create a carefree childhood for your daughters and ultimately help build them into the healthy, resilient women they deserve to be.
Mozart in the womb, Baby Einstein DVD's for newborns and i-pad learning apps for toddlers. From the moment the umbilical cord is cut, today's parents feel trapped in a never-ending race to ensure their child is the brightest and the best. But while it's completely natural for us to want our kids to reach their potential, at what point does too much competition become damaging?With constant testing in schools also raising the stakes, how can we tell when hot-housing children is actually doing more harm than good? In this ground-breaking and provocative book, award-winning journalist and parenting author Tanith Carey presents the latest research on what this contest is doing to the next generation. She explains why, far from making our children more go-getting and successful, it can back-fire with life-long repercussions, damage their emotional well-being and fracture their relationships with the very people who love them most: their parents.In this essential manual for today's modern parent, Tanith offers parents practical, realistic solutions that will give them permission to take their foot off the gas and reclaim a more relaxed family life. Packed with insights, experts' tips, real experiences and resources, this book is a timely guide to safeguarding your child's well-being in a competitive world - so they can grow into the happy, emotionally balanced people they really need to be.'I've hardly been able to put the book down . . . as I turned each page I'd find something else that resonated with me. . . Tanith has the ability to challenge your thinking without it being judgmental or preachy. She shares lots of real life case studies and draws on her own experience as a parent and combines this with solid research to make a really readable book. mummyfromtheheart'An impassioned book appealing to other parents to rethink all the relentless competitiveness - before it's too late.' Psychologies 'A highly readable, well-balanced, well-argued contribution to the rapidly-growing mountain of parenting books, with plenty of practical, achievable advice for anyone who wants to escape from the tiger race.' Sue Palmer, author of Toxic Childhood 'A fantastic new book by Tanith Carey which gives children back their childhood.' Dr David Whitebread, Senior Lecturer in Psychology of Education at Cambridge University
Prinzessin sein war gestern, heute wollen Madchen sexy sein. Schon im Grundschulalter werden sie mit Bildern von scheinbar perfektem Aussehen bombardiert. Sie spielen Modelshows nach, machen Diaten und tragen Kleidung, deren erotische Wirkung sie noch gar nicht einschatzen konnen. Wie knnen Eltern ihre Tchter davor schtzen, ihr Selbstwertgefhl ausschlielich von ihrem ueren abhngig zu machen? Wie knnen sie ihnen die soziale Kompetenz und das Selbstbewusstsein vermitteln, dem Druck der Medien und der Gleichaltrigen etwas entgegenzusetzen?Ein lebensnaher Ratgeber - mit Fakten, Fallbeispielen und Tipps fr kluge und einfhlsame Eltern-Tochter-Gesprche.
Educarea unui copil presupune descoperirea talentelor sale innascute si orientarea catre domenii profesionale in care sa le poata folosi. Insa pentru parintii competitivi nu este suficient. Ei sunt interesati de cele mai renumite universitati, unde concurenta este acerba, si incep sa-si pregateasca copiii chiar inainte de a intra la gradinita. Cei mici asculta Mozart, privesc cartonase cu diverse imagini sau litere si incep sa citeasca foarte devreme. Cand cresc, trebuie sa obtina note maxime la toate materiile si sa participe la cat mai multe activitati extrascolare si sunt pedepsiti daca nu se ridica la inaltimea asteptarilor. Parentingul competitiv nu este insa intotdeauna benefic pentru copil, conducand de multe ori la delasare si chiar la depresie. Pornind de la studii de caz si de la marturiile unor tineri care au trecut printr-o astfel de experienta, volumul va arata cum sa-i ajutati pe copiii dumneavoastra sa-si pastreze increderea in sine si sa-si atinga potentialul maxim intr-o lume din ce in ce mai competitiva.
Friendship battles among children have existed since the words 'you can't play with us' were first uttered in the playground. But the worry is that today it seems there is no minimum age limit to being hurtful to others. Unkind or exclusive behaviour appears to be starting sooner than ever - even in nursery school - and continues throughout the school system. As a result, friendship issues top the list of parents' concerns, and, from the other side of the school gates, they can often feel powerless.This book will change that as parenting writer Tanith Carey analyses the increasingly complex social pressures changing the face of childhood, having drawn on extensive research on children's friendships, from toddlers to teens. She offers practical solutions for building your child's social skills for a happier, more carefree childhood, including how to: Help your child deal with classroom and social media politics. Inoculate your child against the effects of peer-group pressure, cliquiness and exclusion. Learn what's really going on in your child's social circle. Bully-proof your child throughout school. Work out when to step in and step out of your child's conflicts. Help your child make friends if they are stuck on the sidelines.The Friendship Maze is suitable for ages three to sixteen.