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Read & download ¶ The Discipline Book How to Have a Better Behaved Child From Birth to Age Ten 102 ñ Everything you need to know about discipline to raise a happy well adjusted well behaved child from America's foremost baby and childcare experts Disciplining children means euipping Or problems but also on preventing them the Searses offer clear practical advice on a broad range of disciplinary issues including mother's role vs father's role developing the connection with your baby that will make discipline easier in years to come saying no taming temper tantrums self esteem as the foundation of good behavior helping a child to express feelings the constructive use of anger good nutrition for good behavior sleep and nighttime discipline sibling rivalry spanking and alternatives to. This book was a game changer for me I was already familiar with Dr Sears' philosophies from reading The Baby Book and have tried my best to use attachment parenting principles because they make sense to meThis book made a lot of sense to me too; I found myself agreeing with pretty much every idea presented They are not all always easy to DO but they all make senseThe main idea that struck me was this Discipline isn't about using any certain discipline but rather about creating the right kind of relationship with your child That relationship comes from attachment parenting he says simply because that is what establishes a connection and mutual sensitivity between parent and child Sears also addresses almost every conceivable bad behavior or annoyance and gives suggestions on how to address them without spanking I will be keeping this as a reference book for many years to come

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Spanking how to eliminate bothersome behaviors such as whining and talking back how to respond when your child lies cheats or steals discipline after divorce and in the single parent household Drawing on nearly thirty years of the Searses' experience as childcare professionals and as the parents of eight children The Discipline Book will make you confident in your ability to correct undesirable behavior to promote good behavior and to instill the values that will help your child become morally literat. Good book on the attachment parenting style of discipline I love the way the authors emphasize communication and really knowing your children rather than just trying to make them fit into a mold while also affirming that children need boundaries and structure and guidance to grow into all they can beThe Searses are experts on so many levels Not just in their formal education both are in pediatrics but also in the fact that they have 8 children themselves and have learned a lot by trail and error along the way they share their own mistakes in the book and explain why they stopped doing some things and started doing others In addition they have observed and worked with hundreds of other families in their medical practice So it's not just one family's experience that they are drawing fromI think they have a lot of wisdom to share gleaned from a variety of sources and I love the gentleness with which they approach parenting Gentleness NOT lazy permissiveness I'm guessing this will be a go to book for me whenif I have kids someday though I would not consider it a stand alone book Parents should draw from a variety of sources in learning to be the best parents they can but the Searses are a great addition to a parenting library

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The Discipline Book How to Have a Better Behaved Child From Birth to Age TenEverything you need to know about discipline to raise a happy well adjusted well behaved child from America's foremost baby and childcare experts Disciplining children means euipping them with the tools to succeed in life In this uniue guide Dr Bill and Martha Sears the pediatrics specialists whose books on birth babies and parenting have become widely praised bestsellers explain what you can do to shape your child's behavior so that good conduct comes naturally With a focus not just on managing behavi. The edition that I read actually calls the book The Good Behaviour Book and I think that is probably a better titleI borrowed it from a friend and have kept it for months Am finally returning it The chapters kept me sane as my daughter morphed from an adoring monosyllable infant into a 22 month old chatty decisive No Not blue and highly opinionated toddler with occasional night terrors meltdowns and constant picky eating It really calmed me down and let me view it all with a better perspectiveIt may sound preachy in places but I think the heart of the book is in the right place It doesn't say don't discipline it says do it consistently and do it lovingly The point of discipline is not punishment it is to help the child learn and grow into a caring adult who has some semblance of self control Oh and to make sure they don't burn electrocute or drown themselves before they grow up ;While I don't intend to have even half as many children as the authors I do use as many of their techniues as possible And they seem to help It's worth a read for older children too