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Helping Young Children Flourish by Aletha J. Solter
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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Helping Young Children Flourishplease sign up. Be the first to ask a question about Helping Young Children Flourish. Lists with This Book. Aug 16, Nicoleta rated it liked it Shelves: Intrebari la finalul fiecarui capitol despre aeltha ai simtit tu in copilarie temele tratate in capitol, cum te simti acum ca parinte in legatura cu ele si sugestii cum ai putea sa te ajuti sa te simti alethaa bine.
Autoarea a invatat sa cante la acordeon la o varsta matura si incurajeaza parintii sa invete oricat de tarziu ceva ce le face placere, lucru care va ajuta si lor si copiilor prin puterea exemplului.
Zice ca treburile casnice sunt vazute ca o corvada mai ales fiindca am fost obligati sa le fac Intrebari la finalul fiecarui capitol despre cum ai simtit tu in copilarie temele tratate in capitol, cum te simti acum ca parinte in legatura cu ele si sugestii cum ai putea sa te ajuti sa te simti mai bine.
Zice ca treburile casnice sunt vazute ca o corvada mai ales fiindca am fost obligati sa le facem in copilarie. Si ca dorim j.sollter de mult dulce alethha nu am fost lasati sa mancam j.solyer ne doream in copilarie si dulcele e asociat cu sarbatoarea. Considera ca prezenta fratilor mai mari la nasterea fratelui mai mic nu are nimic traumatic si ajuta la un atasament rapid. De ce a trecut Freud de la seduction theory la drive theory.
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Aug 04, Sarah rated it liked it. You know, I’m not that stoked.
I expected to strongly resonate with this book, but instead it often feels quite dated to me, citing dodgy research studies from the 70s and 80s, and espousing n.solter that I’m not sure I fully agree with. Much of it I think is good, if a little basic, but I am not finding anything ground-breaking in here for myself.
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Solter is pretty obsessed with the idea that crying is the most important and best thing that humans can do. I don’t disagree that i In-progress review: I don’t disagree that it’s important and natural, but there is an element of this that reminds me of the now-disproven idea that catharsis is the best way to heal ourselves of trauma.
I came around to Solter more as I read, and put some of her ideas into practice. In the end I came to agree that it’s actually important for small children to have permission and support to be SAD when they are sad, and to cry when they want to cry.
She offers helpful suggestions for dealing with common issues throughout the book. I still think that some of her ideas could use updating in light of what current research is telling us, as citing studies from the 80s and 90s doesn’t really cut it in the psychology or parenting fields these days. And, there are times when I think that children need help in re-regulating themselves, and not just to be allowed to keep crying.
What are the ways to help calm children, help them come back from that scary place of overwhelm, without just distracting them from their understandable feelings? Aug 27, Beneth marked it as to-read Shelves: It made me interested to check it out.
The Aware Baby
For more information, please see Dr. She studied with the Swiss psychologist, Jean Piaget, at the University of Geneva, K.solter, where she obtained apetha Master’s degree in human biology in She then earned a Ph.
Aware Parenting Consists of: Attachment-style parenting Natural childbirth and early bonding Plenty of physical contact Prolonged breast-feeding Prompt responsiveness to crying attunement Non-punitive discipline No punishments of any kind including spanking, jj.solter, and artificial “consequences” No rewards or bribes Search for underlying needs and feelings Anger management for parents Peaceful conflict-resolution family meetings, mediation, etc.
Aware parents fill their children’s needs for physical contact holding, cuddling, etc. They do not worry about “spoiling” their children. Aware parents accept the entire range of emotions and listen non-judgmentally to children’s expressions of feelings. They realize that they cannot prevent all sadness, anger, or frustration, and they do jsolter attempt to stop children from releasing painful feelings through crying or raging.
Aware parents offer age-appropriate stimulation, and trust children to learn at their own rate and in their own way. They do not try j.soter hurry children on to new stages of development. Aware parents offer encouragement for learning new skills, but do not judge children’s performance with either criticism or evaluative praise.
Aware parents spend time each day giving full attention to their children. During this special, quality time, they observe, listen, respond, and join in their children’s play if invited to do sobut they do not direct the children’s activities. Aware parents protect children from danger, but they do not attempt to prevent all of their children’s mistakes, problems, or conflicts.
Aware parents encourage children to be autonomous problem-solvers and help only when needed. Aoetha do not solve their children’s problems for them. Aware parents set reasonable boundaries and limits, gently guide children towards acceptable behavior, and consider everyone’s needs when solving conflicts. They do not control children with bribes, rewards, threats, or punishments of any kind.
Aware parents take care of themselves and are honest about their own needs and feelings. They do alethq sacrifice themselves to the point of becoming resentful. Aware parents strive to be aware of the ways in which their own childhood pain interferes with their ability to be good parents, and they make alethx efforts to avoid passing on their own hurts to their children.
Oct 15, Uschi Lichter rated it really liked it. A little too ‘American’, but nonetheless, very very good. Nov 29, Tasha rated it liked it Shelves: The basic information is still sound, even though the book was written several decades ago. Sarah rated it it was amazing Mar 30, Allison rated it really liked it Sep 26, Caitlin Bower rated it it was amazing Jul 21, Caroline rated it it was amazing May 23, Hilal Demirsar rated it it was amazing Sep 03, I.solter rated it really liked it May 05, Steph Fleeton rated it it was amazing Nov 23, Mia Kalef rated it it was amazing Oct 15, Ariadne Brill rated it it was amazing Jun 07, Laura T rated it it was amazing Mar 27, Cameli rated it it was amazing Feb 23, J.sloter Gezdur rated it liked it Jan 04, Sanne Bosse rated it liked it Oct 24, N.solter rated it liked it Sep 08, Oyku Eren Ozsoy rated it it was amazing Oct 07, Duygu rated it really liked it Jan 08, j.solfer Tressa James rated it really liked it Oct 19, Practical Mama rated it it was amazing Feb 12, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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