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Unplugging Power Struggles: Resolving Emotional Battles With Your Kids Ages 2 To 10

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Teasing, theft and the need for privacy are just a few of the interpersonal issues children need to be able to handle. These new books introduce problem-solving techniques, including:
-- Brainstorming possible solutions;
-- Anticipating how each action will affect others; and
-- Selecting the best solution for the situation.Each story presents several alternatives for reade
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Published May 1st 1999 by Parenting Press
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Elizabeth  Fuller
Dec 18, 2008 Elizabeth Fuller rated it liked it
Generally good, common sense advice on how and when to a) stand your ground, b) negotiate a compromise, or c) let the child win. Unfortunately, the specific thing we have the most trouble with (power struggles that occur at the moment we HAVE to do something - such as get out the door to school on time) aren't really covered. But for the times when you have more time to consider, negotiate and coach your child, this could be very helpful.
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Feb 28, 2012 Myrna rated it really liked it
Decided to read this to discover new ways to deal with my 8 yr old stepson. He's in an acting out stages (sneaky, lying, stealing money) not just with us but with his teachers. Who knows, this book might not be the right one for this, but Faull's first book I read was very good (easy to read, etc..) so I thought I'd gie it a go.
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