Raise your child with cop on a give them the grit and good judgment to cope with lifeas challenges Full of expert advice tempered by first-hand experience of modern parenthood, Cop On is the perfect book to help you navigate the uncharted territories of modern parenthood. From the best way to supervise your childrenas internet usage to communication in the age of Web 2.0, Cop On will show you how to not only survive todayas challenges but to raise children who thrive on them. Colman Noctor, an experienced child and adolescent psychologist and, more importantly, a parent himself, takes a realistic, grounded and sensible approach to the pressures of parenting in the modern world: from sky-high academic expectations to crowded extracurricular schedules to the rapid growth of social media and digital technology, each has taken its toll on family life, making it difficult to foster a nurturing and calm environment at home. In Cop On, Colman Noctor, who has spent his professional life managing the ill-effects of anxiety in children and adolescents, identifies the key to negotiating these challenges as better communication and, more importantly, learning to see yourself through your childas eyes. His honest, direct and practical insights will help you: Identify and ease the sources of anxiety in your household routine Learn the real value of encouraging self-worth, problem solving, emotional intelligence and acop ona in your children Differentiate between parenting wants and parenting needs Understand modern-day parenting phenomena like the GAA Tiger Mom, the M50 Parent, Trampoline Trauma and Grandparenting Parenting By focusing on the quality of acop ona, Noctor will help you raise your children with the grit and good judgment to cope with whatever challenges come their way, no matter what the future holds.How To Raise Your Child to Survive and Thrive in Todaya#39;s World Colman Noctor. with each other. For young people, a#39;hanging outa#39; in communities of their peers (be it in person or online) is much more important developmentally ... Every young person needs to individuate from their parents, a process that involves making decisions, problemsolving, experimentation and building social skills. Traditionally, this was negotiated through a close network of usually six to ten close friends.
|Title||:||Cop On: What It Is and Why Your Child Needs It|
|Publisher||:||Gill & Macmillan Ltd - 2015-03-06|