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Time-in Parenting: How to teach children emotional self-control, life skills and problem solving... | publisher out of stock indefinitely
Otto Weininger (1929-2003)
Rinascente Books / Softcover / 2002-09-01 / 0973090502
Families and Parenting / Toronto-Area Authors
price: $16.95 (may be subject to change)
158 pages
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**This book is currently unavailable. If you order it then we will keep your order on file and notify you when it is reprinted.**

How to teach children emotional self-control, life skills and problem solving by lending yourself and staying connected

Instead of sending an angry child away, parents can, by staying close, lend themselves to an upset child. This connection helps parents teach children life skills, emotional self control, and problem solving.

--- from the publisher


"Dr. Weininger's theory is that parents help children who are angry, unhappy, wilful, or upset, by sharing their own emotional control with the child. If the parent... sits with the child and verbalizes the child's feelings, the child is both comforted and given a sense of control. What children learn in such 'time-ins' is that parents are not afraid of their emotions and know how to handle them. This is wonderfully reassuring to a child who is given the sense that he or she can master the emotions as well... Dr. Weininger has done young children and their parents a very great service with this book. It deserves to be widely read and heeded." -- David Elkind, author of The Hurried Child

About the Author:

Dr. Otto Weininger taught Clinical Child Psychology at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto. He worked with and studied children for over 30 years, and authored numerous books and articles on early childhood development, personality, psychological treatment for emotionally disturbed children, education, and play. He was a frequent public speaker and contributor on television programs and panels, and was in private practice in Toronto.

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