Cómo Hacer Que Tus Hijos Te Escuchen: Guía De Supervivencia Para Padres Con Hijos De 2 A 7 Años by Joanna FaberCómo Hacer Que Tus Hijos Te Escuchen: Guía De Supervivencia Para Padres Con Hijos De 2 A 7 Años by Joanna Faber

Cómo Hacer Que Tus Hijos Te Escuchen: Guía De Supervivencia Para Padres Con Hijos De 2 A 7 Años

byJoanna Faber, Julie King

Paperback | April 1, 2019 | Spanish

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With experience in child raising workshops and recent theoretical investigations, the authors offer strategies to communicate with children in a practical and congenial way. Taking the focus away from punishment and prizes, and with information dedicated to autistic children, this guides a parent on how to educate with patience, kindness, and support that raises cooperative children. 
Joanna Faber is an expert in upbringing and education who speaks at conferences and workshops. She lives in Putnam Valley, New York, with her husband and three children. Julie King is an educator who studied at Princeton University. She gives workshops for numerous schools, non-profits, and parent groups. She lives in the San Fran...
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Title:Cómo Hacer Que Tus Hijos Te Escuchen: Guía De Supervivencia Para Padres Con Hijos De 2 A 7 AñosFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:372 pages, 9.25 X 6.25 X 1 inShipping dimensions:372 pages, 9.25 X 6.25 X 1 inPublished:April 1, 2019Publisher:Editorial Oceano de Mexico S.A. de C.V.Language:Spanish

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ISBN - 10:6075275088

ISBN - 13:9786075275086

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"Yes, the How to Talk tools work for young children! It is never too soon to reflect children's emotions, acknowledge their wishes, and see things from their perspective. Faber and King are likewise, calm friends that arrive just in time to help you through the toughest moments, with no judging or shaming. In fact, they have just as much empathy for parents as they have for children. They understand that punishment and control are dead ends, and they offer a clear path towards cooperation and connection."—Lawrence J. Cohen, Ph.D., author of Playful Parenting, on the English-language edition