Parent"s solution to a problem child

a better way to change attitudes and behavior in children by Brad Burklow

Publisher: Blue Bird Pub. in Tempe, Ariz

Written in English
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  • Problem children.,
  • Discipline of children.
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    Cover title.

    Statementby Brad Burklow.
    LC ClassificationsHQ773 .B87 1995
    The Physical Object
    Pagination104 p. :
    Number of Pages104
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1277098M
    ISBN 100933025386
    LC Control Number95008772

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If there's a practical, step-by-step solution to the problem -- and if that solution could spare your child years of discomfort -- then every parent and pediatrician should be aware of it/5(). We created "Target the Problem!" to provide parents and classroom teachers with a tool to help them recognize and act upon a child's reading difficulties.

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Find out everything you need to know about parenting. Conflict over rules and consequences among the adults in your child's life can cause misbehavior. When a parent disagrees with another parent, a grandparent, a caregiver, or a teacher, a child is bound to be confused.

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Confirmed child fatalities from child maltreatment have increased in both number. I think helping parents find solutions and teaching them problem-solving skills is the most effective thing we can do. I believe that parents who feel like they are under suspicion of being “bad parents” are often going to be very defensive.

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Develop at least five possible solutions. Brainstorm possible ways to solve the problem. Emphasize that all the solutions don't necessarily need to be good at ideas (at least not at this point).

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