Loving Without Spoiling And Other Timeless Tips for Raising Terrific Kids One of the nation s most influential parenting authorities shares her winning tips for raising great kids Takes parents well beyond discipline and provides lasting lessons in raising caring confident

  • Title: Loving Without Spoiling: And 100 Other Timeless Tips for Raising Terrific Kids
  • Author: Nancy Samalin Catherine Whitney
  • ISBN: 9780071424929
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Paperback
  • One of the nation s most influential parenting authorities shares her winning tips for raising great kids Takes parents well beyond discipline and provides lasting lessons in raising caring, confident kids Ann Pleshette Murphy, parenting correspondent for ABC News and Mother Know How columnist for Family CircleRaising well behaved, considerate children requires balOne of the nation s most influential parenting authorities shares her winning tips for raising great kids Takes parents well beyond discipline and provides lasting lessons in raising caring, confident kids Ann Pleshette Murphy, parenting correspondent for ABC News and Mother Know How columnist for Family CircleRaising well behaved, considerate children requires balancing discipline with love and humor Nancy Samalin, internationally known parent educator and author of the bestselling Loving Your Child Is Not Enough, provides immediate answers to child rearing challenges and helps develop the confidence and skills needed to raise a new generation of well adjusted adults Covering the most common parental concerns, Loving Without Spoiling provides effective strategies for positive parenting.

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    1. In a nutshell, this book reminds us to be firm, respectful, approachable, nonaccusatory, loving parents who provide safe boundaries for our children, which may make us unpopular with them at times (which we should accept). This book is organized in such a way that you could quickly reference a topic, which would be helpful if you owned it & used it in such a way. But, I borrowed it from the library so I read the chapters consecutively. I don't wholeheartedly subscribe to every single thing i [...]

    2. Nancy Samalin, author of Loving Your Child is Not Enough covers everything from avoiding power struggles to building your child's self-esteem in this well organized and to the point book. The book can be read from cover to cover or in short spurts using the table of contents as a guide. Samalin provides everyday examples that any parent can related to and follows with tips for handling each situation with a firm, yet loving response. If you have children, especially if they are ages 5 & up, [...]

    3. Again, just read for information's sake. Don't have kids of my own. I liked a lot of the ideas in this book, but it was the other end of the spectrum from the last child rearing book I read as far as spanking and demanding respect. I think it needs to be somewhere in the middleThis book said if you kids are screaming 'I hate you' or being disrespectful that a good way to handle it is to make a joke. Ha ha. The other book said that's the time when you should be able to pop them a quick one to let [...]

    4. Commonsense tips for respectful but firm parenting. A quick and easy read. It is organized in such a way that it is easy to flip to the section you need for a specific parenting dilemma. I keep it on hand as a reference and return to it when I need a refresher. I have done quite a bit of highlighting in this book.

    5. There really isn't any amazing advice in this book. A lot of it is stuff you know, and have heard beforebut maybe that is because I am already years into my parenting journey. There were a few areas that really stood out. Sibling relationships, expectations, and social skills were a few of those areas. I also liked some of the ways she suggested you say things to your children.

    6. With 100 tips for keeping your child from becoming spoiled, there is bound to be a tip for everyone in this book. I will be keeping this book around to read for years. There are tips that could be valuable from toddlers to teens.

    7. my kid is a big too young for these timeless tips but i'm planning on re-reading when he's about 4. i liked the style of parenting & i wish i had actually writen stuff down so this review didn't become like all my other ones and petered out at the end.

    8. This book really deals with situations with children over 2 years old, but it is a great reference book. What I like about the book is it is broken up into short sections with helpful solutions by behavior or issue. This is a great book to buy and keep as reference as a child grows.

    9. I think most of this was common sense although it did remind me of better ways to say certain things to your children.

    10. I liked the parenting advice in this book. Her parenting philosophy matches mine closely and I liked the format of the book.

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