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Readership: Parents and other caregivers of children.
Kenneth Barish, Ph.D., Clinical Associate Professor of Psychology, Weill Medical College, Cornell University
Clinical Associate Professor of Psychology, Weill Medical College, Cornell University
"Barish's book is geared toward understanding family issues, solving family difficulties, and increasing family cohesion. Parents, parent educators, clinicians, and teachers would be well served in reading Pride and Joy and using the resources listed topically at the end of the book as follow-up as well." - PsycCRITIQUES, Feb 2013
Part I: Basic Principles: Nurturing Your Child's Emotional Health
Chapter 1 The Emotions of Childhood
Chapter 2 What Matters Most: Understanding and Support
Chapter 3 Optimism and Resilience Versus Demoralization and Defiance
Chapter 4 Positiveness
Chapter 5 Repair
Chapter 6 The Character of Our Children
Chapter 7 Putting It All Together
Chapter 6 Getting Unstuck: 5 Essential Steps for Solving Family Problems
Chapter 8 Getting Unstuck: 5 Essential Steps for Solving Family Problems
Chapter 9 The Problem of Discipline: How To Set Limits and What Limits To Set
Chapter 10 Homework
Chapter 11 "Why Won't She Talk To Us?"
Chapter 12 "He's Not Motivated"
Chapter 13 Tantrums and Meltdowns
Chapter 14 Winning and Losing
Chapter 15 Sleep, Television, and Electronic Games
Chapter 14 The Emotions of Childhood: Interest and Joy; Pride and Shame; Anxiety; Anger; Sadness
Chapter 16 A Philosophy of Childhood and Final Take-Aways