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Reconnect with your parenting intuition and the innate wisdom it provides with simple, practical steps. Reduce stress and overwhelm, improve your confidence and your relationship with your child or children. 'In her wise book, Jennifer Day makes a powerful case for parental confidence . . . Intuitive Parenting offers practical strategies for overcoming the stresses of parenting and embracing our own inner capacities' - Daniel H. Pink, bestselling author of Drive Parents today are inundated with information and expert advice, often contradictory and invariably overwhelming. This results in anxiety, insecurity and stressed parenting that inevitably drives wedges between parents and children instead of the much-needed connection. This book offers swift, practical and to-the-point information to help you reconnect with your innate wisdom, giving you the confidence to trust your own parenting intuition. · Learn what gets in the way of connecting to your intuition and how to eliminate it · Discover the key - and underused - ingredient to your own parenting blueprint · Learn the three levels of influence you have on your child and how (and why) to align them · Discover the one simple tool to managing your stress - so easy your child can do it too · Learn how to give unspoken support and how to practice true listening The practical everyday applications this book offers will reduce your anxiety and help you to connect and be fully present with your child, improving relationships for you both.

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Genre : Family & Relationships
Author : Jennifer Day
Publisher : Robinson
Release : 2019-07-11
File : 176 Pages
ISBN-13 : 9781472142177

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You already have everything you need to raise a healthy, happy, intelligent child Parenting today is practically a competitive sport, and marketers are all too happy to cash in. Scare tactics and scientific-sounding jargon make it seem like parents are in constant danger of hard-wiring their children’s brains for failure. In fact, this state of parental anxiety is totally unnecessary—and possibly bad for our children. Babies are born with an appetite to learn. Children are naturally curious about the world and eager to explore it. They don’t need flashcards, educational videos, or the latest iPad app to help speed their development. Attempts to get children speaking and reading before they’re developmentally ready may even harm them in the long run. In The Intuitive Parent, Vanderbilt University child development specialist Dr. Stephen Camarata debunks the claims many of these “brain development” programs make. Using accessible, down-to-earth language he explains how parents can intuitively support their child’s brain development by simply paying attention. Babies and children develop at their own pace; what’s more, they are hardwired to signal to caregivers when they’re ready for the next step. Restrictive tools like flashcards may derail your child’s ability to learn holistically—and will definitely sap the joy from one of the most important jobs in the world: being a parent. The key is to recognize the “ready to learn” cues your child is giving you and respond in a way that comes naturally. Routine activities, such as playing peekaboo, reading books to a toddler, talking, singing, feeding, and otherwise meeting the everyday needs of a child, are the true magic that ultimately wires a child’s brain and helps children become an intelligent, confident, curious, and talented adults. Grounded in the latest science by a nationally recognized child development expert, The Intuitive Parent arms parents and caregivers with the confidence and knowledge they need to quit worrying and enjoy the time they have with their child—no fancy gadgets or pricey videos necessary.

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Genre : Family & Relationships
Author : Stephen Camarata, Ph.D.
Publisher : Penguin
Release : 2015-08-18
File : 336 Pages
ISBN-13 : 9781101614266

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What if you could slow down, tap in, and pay attention to the clues and cues your children are giving you? Intuitive Parenting is an easy-to-use guide for parents and caregivers interested in improving communication with the children in their lives. Your children’s hearts are speaking—do you know how to listen? Dr. Debra Snyder, an intuitive therapist and holistic practitioner shares her groundbreaking guide to energy communication and healing, showing readers how to enhance their communication with children via subtle energy systems. Unlike other books on spiritual parenting that focus solely on changing the child, Intuitive Parenting works just as much on the parent’s growth and entire family dynamic. With exercises, journaling prompts, and interwoven client stories, the book will resonate with parents, caretakers, teachers, therapists, and holistic health practitioners how to foster communication at the heart level.

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Genre : Family & Relationships
Author : Debra Snyder
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Release : 2010-05-11
File : 224 Pages
ISBN-13 : 1439163553

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Provides guidance for raising intuitive children, including techniques to prevent sensory overload and reduce stresss, advice on when and how to seek profesional help, and how to minimize other every day challenges they face.

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Genre : Education
Author : Catherine Crawford
Publisher : Hunter House
Release : 2009-02
File : 200 Pages
ISBN-13 : 9780897935098

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You already have everything you need to raise a healthy, happy, intelligent child Parenting today is practically a competitive sport, and marketers are all too happy to cash in. Scare tactics and scientific-sounding jargon make it seem like parents are in constant danger of hard-wiring their children’s brains for failure. In fact, this state of parental anxiety is totally unnecessary—and possibly bad for our children. Babies are born with an appetite to learn. Children are naturally curious about the world and eager to explore it. They don’t need flashcards, educational videos, or the latest iPad app to help speed their development. Attempts to get children speaking and reading before they’re developmentally ready may even harm them in the long run. In The Intuitive Parent, Vanderbilt University child development specialist Dr. Stephen Camarata debunks the claims many of these “brain development” programs make. Using accessible, down-to-earth language he explains how parents can intuitively support their child’s brain development by simply paying attention. Babies and children develop at their own pace; what’s more, they are hardwired to signal to caregivers when they’re ready for the next step. Restrictive tools like flashcards may derail your child’s ability to learn holistically—and will definitely sap the joy from one of the most important jobs in the world: being a parent. The key is to recognize the “ready to learn” cues your child is giving you and respond in a way that comes naturally. Routine activities, such as playing peekaboo, reading books to a toddler, talking, singing, feeding, and otherwise meeting the everyday needs of a child, are the true magic that ultimately wires a child’s brain and helps children become an intelligent, confident, curious, and talented adults. Grounded in the latest science by a nationally recognized child development expert, The Intuitive Parent arms parents and caregivers with the confidence and knowledge they need to quit worrying and enjoy the time they have with their child—no fancy gadgets or pricey videos necessary.

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Genre : Family & Relationships
Author : Stephen Camarata, Ph.D.
Publisher : Penguin
Release : 2015-08-18
File : 336 Pages
ISBN-13 : 9781101614266

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Parents use music in family life to accomplish practical tasks, make relational connections, and guide their children's musical development. Parenting Musically portrays the musicking of eight diverse Cleveland-area families in home, school, and community settings. Themes from interviews focused on the families' hopes and dreams for their children musically, as well as the families' perceptions of media messages regarding parents and music, serve to deepen the documentation of how families use and perceive music in their daily lives. Family musical interactions are analyzed using the concepts of musical parenting (actions to support a child's musical development) and parenting musically (using music to accomplish extra-musical parenting goals), arguing the importance of recognizing and valuing both modes. An additional construct, practical/relational musicking, adds to the detailed analysis of family musical engagement. Practical musicking refers to musicking for a practical purpose, such as learning a scale or passing the time in a car; relational musicking is musicking that deepens relationships with self, siblings, parents, or community members, such as a grandmother singing to her grandchildren via Facetime as a way to feel connected. Families who embraced both practical and relational musicking expressed satisfaction in long-term musical involvement. Weaving together themes of conscious and intuitive parenting, the rewards and struggles of musical practice, and the role of mutuality in community musicking, the discussion draws on research in music education, psychology, family studies, and sociology. This book serves to highlight the multi-faceted nature of families' engagement in music; the author urges music education practitioners and administrators to consider this diversity when approaching curricular decisions. Written in a style accessible to laypersons, this book will interest a wide range of music educators as well as families, community members, and scholars and practitioners in family studies, psychology, and sociology.

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Genre : Education
Author : Lisa Huisman Koops
Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA
Release : 2019
File : 216 Pages
ISBN-13 : 9780190873622

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Author : Hanuš Papoušek
Publisher :
Release : 1994
File : 60 Pages
ISBN-13 : OCLC:1070301973

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Parenting can be worrisome and challenging. If your child struggles with ADD it can be incredibly frustrating and absolutely bewildering. Understanding what is going on inside your child's head is the first step. Helping them understand themselves starts their momentum. You and your child working together in a positive relationship will carry them through to a positive outcome, whatever that is meant to be. Pudd'nhead Parenting addresses the much neglected but critical topic of how to form the right relationship with your child. You can watch them struggle with ADD despite your best efforts, or you can become a positive and supportive influence. Pudd'nhead Parenting teaches you how to employ your best parenting instincts to lift your child out of the quagmire of ADD and help them find direction, learn life skills and go on to become who they really are. Years from now your child will thank you for taking the steps outlined in this book.

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Genre : Family & Relationships
Author : Sterling B. Pratt
Publisher : Morgan James Publishing
Release : 2011-11-01
File : 192 Pages
ISBN-13 : 9781614481041

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Seeing Babies in a New Light: The Life of Hanus Papousek presents the first in-depth examination of the scientific contributions and life of Hanus Papousek (1922-2000), a leading figure in modern infancy research. The aim is to illuminate the research and ideas of this pediatrician and scholar who was one of the first to examine systematically the world of newborns, a relatively new area of developmental research in the mid-20th century. Papousek's pioneering studies of infants in the early 1950s in Prague are examined to show how his early conditioning studies, together with those of a handful of other researchers in the U.S., shattered prevailing views of infancy in both the East and West. The book also investigates how Papousek and his work, despite Cold War attitudes and restrictions, gradually gained international attention in the early 1960s. In 1970, he left Czechoslovakia to begin a new life in the West, first at Harvard University, and then at the Max-Planck Institute for Psychiatry in Munich. Until his retirement, Papousek published many innovative studies on parent-infant interactions and developed a theory of Intuitive Parenting with his wife, Mechthild. These theoretical and methodological contributions are discussed, as well as contemporary applications to interventions in the area of infant mental health. This book appeals to teachers and professionals working in the fields of developmental psychology, early childhood education, infancy studies, parenting, and the history of psychology--as well as students preparing for careers in these areas.

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Genre : Psychology
Author : Otto Koester
Publisher : Psychology Press
Release : 2014-04-04
File : 238 Pages
ISBN-13 : 9781135632892

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Helps parents validate the abilities of intuitive children, offering advice on determining whether a child is gifted, matching parenting styles with a child's needs, and helping children exercise their intelligence through rituals.

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Genre : Family & Relationships
Author : Caron B. Goode
Publisher : Red Wheel/Weiser
Release : 2009-01-01
File : 238 Pages
ISBN-13 : 9781601630513

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