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Spoiling Childhood: How Well-Meaning Parents Are Giving Children Too Much - But Not What They Need
Vividly encapsulating the absurdities, heartbreaks, and possibilities of contemporary child rearing, this book shows how parents today are all too often caught up in a guilt-driven pendulum swing between parenting too little and parenting too much. Dr. Ehrensaft helps us imagine a society where we can overcome the treacherous balancing acts of work and family demands; wher ...more
Paperback, 263 pages
Published April 16th 1999 by The Guilford Press
(first published June 27th 1997)
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Diane Ehrensaft, Ph.D. is a developmental and clinical psychologist in the San Francisco Bay Area and the Director of Mental Health and founding member of the Child and Adolescent Gender Center, a partnership between the University of California San Francisco and community agencies to provide comprehensive interdisciplinary services and advocacy to gender nonconforming/ transgender children and yo ...moreMore about Diane Ehrensaft...