Raising a child is the hardest thing in the world, and the bigger the child gets, the harder it gets. It is a very helpful book in situations where it is difficult to get out of the way and when a guide is needed. When I asked for help, Idil's nursery psychologist suggested it. I saw a lot of use back then. I've never followed the punishment recommendations, but I still think I've come a long way in setting limits. can be read over and over as the child grows.
Robert J. Mackenzie's book. It is a book that gives extensive coverage to the fact that education is not possible with punishment and what should be done instead of punishing. Punishment degrades children. hurts their feelings, angers them, reinforces the feeling of revenge, pushes them to resist or withdraw. makes it impossible to give the message of cooperation. Unfortunately, parents raised with punishment often apply the same approach to their own children. they believe that children must endure painful consequences in order to learn.
I've read it and I still recommend it. but of course, ours is not the same with the border set by foreigners. The punishment for a 15-year-old boy to come home at 11:00 at night rather than at 11:30 will break us. Our criteria is the evening prayer, masters. When the azan is over, it is read with care for those who do not enter the house. that's how we came to be. The 16-year-old will drive home drunk and be told that it is dangerous to drive while drunk. What was it like to drink at parties at the age of 16, and he will come with a car and a drunk. both home.
pdf is the book I was looking for themselves
(: let it go)