HOW IS THIS BOOK DIFFERENT?
Parents are constantly bombarded with advice
on television, in magazines and books on how they should deal
with problems in children and teenagers. This advice is often
about using various techniques such as rewards, punishment
or improving communications. The trouble is, that however
sensible the advice, all children are not the same and neither,
for that matter, are all parents. This 'one size fits all'
approach is not effective because, it ignores the importance,
for example, of a child's personality, social factors, parenting
style, parental attitudes and parental values... [Read More]