Tips for raising problem-solving children in the golden age of instant gratification
In an age of instant gratification, children have never before been so dependent on their parents...or their devices. They are not given the opportunity to make mistakes, and more importantly, to learn from them. No matter the geographical area, economic status, or family's structure, children are missing out on the opportunity to develop problem-solving skills.
Teaching Kids to Think provides professional insight into the social, emotional, and neurological issues unique to this generation, and offers tip-friendly solutions for problems relevant to raising children of all ages.
About the Authors:
Clinical psychologists and international speakers, DARLENE SWEETLAND and RON STOLBERG have decades of experience working with children and their families as well as consulting with teachers, counselors and administrators. They are married and facing similar challenges of raising children and teens of this generation.