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release date: Jan 01, 2010
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Grandparenting With Love and Logic: Practical Solutions to Today's Grandparenting Challenges
Grandparents have changed! The stereotype of the fragile, white-haired retiree has been shattered. Today's grandparents are active and involved- in everything from careers to fitness to dating. They are thirty-something to one hundred plus- and every age in between. Grandparent's roles have also changed, as have many of their situations. While some may be grandparenting within a traditional family, others may be facing new challenges such as: acting as a stablizing force during times of family upheaval, providing day care for a grandchild, furnishing temporary living arrangements for an adult child and grandchild, filling the role of Mom and Dad for a grandchild, blending stepgrandchildren with biological grandchildren. Whatever the unique situation, parenting experts Jim Fay and Foster W Cline, M.D., show grandparents how to develop enjoyable, fulfilling relationships with both thier adult children- while helping grandchildren grow into responsible, caring young people.
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release date: Jul 01, 1990
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Parenting With Love and Logic : Teaching Children Responsibility

As parents, you have only a few years to prepare your children for a world that requires responsibility and maturity for survival. That thought alone can send shivers down your parental spine!

So what do you do? Hover over your kids so they never make mistakes? Drill them so they'll remember the important principles when you're on their own? Tear your hair out, wondering if teaching them responsibility is anything but a battle of wills?

According to Jim Fay, one of America's top educational consultants, and Dr. Foster Cline, a trend-setting child and adult psychiatrist, parents who try to ensure their children's success often raise unsuccessful kids. Responsibility is like anything else-it has to be learned through practice.

If you want to raise kids who are self-confident, motivated, and ready for the real world, take advantage of the win-win approach to parenting. Your kids will win because they'll learn responsibility and the logic of life by solving their own problems. And you'll win because you'll establish healthy control-without resorting to anger, threats, nagging, or exhausting power struggles.

Parenting with Love and Logic puts the fun back into parenting!

"Parents consistently tell us they wish they had known about love and logic earlier. This common sense approach gives parents a tangible hope that they can still influence their kids."-Dave Funk, staff development coordinator, New Berlin Public Schools, Wisconsin

"I have been a principal for four years now and have used these methods with great success. Thank you for all the creative ideas."-Steven B. Vande Ven, principal, Sherrelwood Elementary School, Denver, Colorado

"I'm continually amazed at how well these principles work, not only with children, but with parents and other adults. It's great to get away from punishment and anger and into love and logic."-Sharon Alexander, principal, Disnard Elementary School, Claremont, New Hampshire

"I really believe that this material can benefit every parent. I have never enjoyed my children more. Parenting has become fun, and stress and anger no longer dominate my life."-Pam L. Tourigny, group home foster parent, Snelling, California

"Parenting with Love and Logic meets with wonderful results. For the first time in four years, we're making progress in the right direction with our teenager."-Billie Leafgreen, parent, Lander, Wyoming

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release date: Jan 01, 2003
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Toddlers and Pre-Schoolers: Love and Logic Parenting for Early Childhood
"Has your sweet, innocent baby turned into a terrorizing toddler or pre-schooler? Parents are often overwhelmed when their adorable little baby suddenly becomes a demanding - not to mention out-of-control - toddler.
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release date: Jun 01, 2007
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Parenting Children With Health Issues: Essential Tools, Tips, and Tactics for Raising Kids With Chronic Illness, Medical Conditions, and Special Healthcare Needs
Does your child have a health condition which requires special medical or dietary care? Whatever the health issue, you will learn the essential parenting skills you need to help your child comply with medical requirements, cope well with health challenges, and live a hope-filled life. Get practical and compassionate answers to your toughest questions as you discover effective ways to communicate about medical issues with children of all ages. This book will teach you how to: . Encourage your child to love life despite health challenges. . Handle refusal to take medication and do medical treatments. . Skillfully respond to your child's special emotional needs. . Avoid power struggles and other common parenting traps. . Promote responsibility without nagging or lecturing. . Navigate sibling, family and couple relationship issues. . Enable your child to make good self-care decisions.
release date: Jan 01, 1997
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Discipline with Love and Logic: Resource Guide
This guide serves as a reference for the concepts needed for teaching and discipline. You will find articles and informational summaries plus activities for reflection for group mentoring and discussion.
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release date: Jul 18, 2020
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Marriage: Love and Logic
This is a read-and-understand, lock-it-in-with practice book that will enrich your relationship with your loved one. For thirty years Foster and Hermie Cline have worked with other couples individually and in groups, in this country and abroad, helping them learn how to do the same thing: build lasting relationships. They've worked with couples by the fireside in their home, and on houseboats lashed together on America's lakes. They've worked with couples around the campfire, and in many retreat centers. The wisdom gained through all these years and experiences culminated in a book that is enjoyable and effective for couples wishing to make the most of their relationship. MARRIAGE - Love and Logic includes a bonus DVD packed with couple laugh-and-learn vignettes and links to a website questionnaire that will help you understand yourself, your loved one, and your relationship along nine different scales.
release date: Jul 01, 1993
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Parenting Teens With Love & Logic: Preparing Adolescents for Responsible Adulthood

When kids hit their teen years, parenting takes on a whole new dimension. As they struggle toward independence and autonomy, some dicey issues emerge. And the real world you want them to be ready for can make you shudder-kids today face life-and-death decisions long before they're on their own.

So what do you do? Hover over them so they won't get hurt? Drill them so they'll do the right thing? According to Jim Fay and Foster Cline, hovering and drilling won't prepare teens for the real world. Because they learn responsibility like they learn everything else: through practice.

That's where love-and-logic parenting comes in. Love means giving your teens opportunities to be responsible and empowering them to make their own decisions. Logic means allowing them to live with the natural consequences of their mistakes-and showing empathy for the pain, disappointment, and frustration they'll experience.

When you parent with love and logic, it's a win-win situation. You win because you'll learn to love in a healthy way and effectively guide your teens, without resorting to anger, threats, and power struggles that will haunt them along the path to adulthood. And your teens win because they'll learn responsibility and the logic of life by solving their own problems and acquiring the tools they'll need to cope with the real world.

As a parent, you face no greater challenge-and no greater opportunity-than to guide your children through their teen years toward productive, happy, and responsible adulthood. Parenting Teens with Love and Logic will help you meet that challenge and rejoice in that opportunity.

"With love and logic parenting skills, I no longer need to blow up every time my teenage son yanks my chain. In fact, we've never gotten along better!"-Fran Cook, parent

"At last-a parenting approach that doesn't require a doctorate in psychology to understand and use! Every parent in America needs to know about love and logic."-Dawn Degenhardt, executive director, Maine Adoption Placement Service

"Every parent longs to see a child becoming more responsible. This book shows how to encourage mature behavior while not destroying the relationship."-Connie Podesta, M.S., L.P.C., Marriage & Family Counselor; president, CommuniCare

"This is timely, on-target information needed by all educators to help with the many problems of today's young people."-Dr. Gary L. Peevely, superintendent, Rogersville City Schools, Rogersville, TN

"Love and Logic has been required reading for all the parents I see in my practice. It is the best practical reference for parenting I've found. This new teen version is fantastic."-Bud Kuecke, licensed clinical social worker

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release date: Feb 16, 2000
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Meeting the Challenge: Using Love and Logic to help children develop attention and behavior skills
The wisdom, wit, and experience of Jim Fay, Foster W. Cline, M.D., and Bob Sornson have been coupled together in Meeting the Challenge. This book is dedicated to the belief that challenging kids can grow up to be wonderful adults. It will help put enjoyment back into teaching and make parenting challenging kids a breeze. You will learn techniques that will help you raise joyful, productive, and responsible children.
release date: Jan 01, 2000
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release date: May 01, 2014
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Healthy Choices, Happy Kids: Making Good Choices with Everyday Care
Audience: Children ages 2 through 10 and parents. Summary: Teaching kids to evaluate choices, understand consequences and make good decisions is vital to ensuring a lifetime of success. Fun stories, colorful illustrations (including a find-the-frog game), and easy-to-relate-to characters will help children understand the best ways to deal with the many important self-care issues they will encounter, including choosing the right foods, brushing teeth, washing hands, taking medicine, taking a bath, exercising, and more. Now available through Love and Logic.
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