Book Reviews of The Parent's Handbook: Step, Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (Step : Systematic Training for Effective Parenting)

The Parent's Handbook: Step, Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (Step : Systematic Training for Effective Parenting)
The Parent's Handbook Step Systematic Training for Effective Parenting - Step : Systematic Training for Effective Parenting
Author: Don Dinkmeyer, Gary D. McKay
ISBN-13: 9780886712983
ISBN-10: 088671298X
Publication Date: 12/1989
Pages: 127
Edition: 3rd
Rating:
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4 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: American Guidance Service
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed The Parent's Handbook: Step, Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (Step : Systematic Training for Effective Parenting) on
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An excellent book for dealing with challenging children! This was recommended to me by my son's therapist, and it has taught me some very useful techniques. :)
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THE PARENT'S HANDBOOK is a lively, easy-to-read guide that encourages mutual respect between parent and child, cooperation, responsibility, self-reliance.

"THE PARENTS HANDBOOK is one of the most useful pieces of parenting literature I have seen." Family Counselor Boulder CO
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The Parents Handbook is a lively, easy-to-read guide that encourages mutual respect between parent and child. STEP offers parents a realistic and practical approach to meeting the challenges of raising children today.
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Not my style at all. How I took it was to let the child do whatever they want so that they can learn from their own mistakes. Ignoring was the main form of child training/discipline. I agree that anger doesn't get the job done, but their are more effective ways than STEP.