Adult Nonfiction HQ769 .H34 2003
Summary: Parents know that what really matters is that they help their children grow up feeling secure and good about themselves, enabling them to take pride in-and eventually take care of-themselves. Indeed, knowing and liking oneself are the keys to success in life, affecting personal relationships, general motivation, and success in work. So, what can parents do to ensure that they give kids the best possible leg-up in this respect? Demonstrating the use of praise, play, time, touch, and talking, expert and popular author Elizabeth Hartley-Brewer speaks to new and experienced parents alike, helping them encourage their children to develop into well-adjusted and happy people. With clear and simple advice-in the form of tips, techniques, and tools-Raising Happy Kids is an essential guide for parents striving to be nurturing and influential in this crucial role.
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