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Who's the Boss offers parents a rare gift: a well-developed philosophy of parenting, and highly specific applications of that philosophy to the most common and difficult challenges of parenting young children. The Who's the Boss approach was developed in over 25 years of close work with families. As a result, its philosophy reflects what parents and young children actually experience. As a result, the guidance on exactly how to: 1. Achieve a full night of sleep, 2. Complete a successful toilet training 3. Discipline effectively and lovingly 4. Manage sibling rivalry 5. Achieve a peaceful family meal 6. Handle the challenges of child care each have helped over 10,000 families with nearly 100% success. Who's the Boss gives families an approach to thinking about conflict that allows parents to be effective, children to be the problem solvers, and both to be very loving.
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SUSAN GLASER, M.A., is an educational psychologist who has worked in private practice with parents of young children, and is also an early childhood educator. She was the Director of Early Childhood Services for the Jewish Community Center of Cleveland for 15 years and currently works as a national consultant in that field. She has had more than 30 years of experience presenting workshops for parents that support young families as they deal with the common developmental issues of childhood. Ms. Glaser wrote a monthly article on parenting and has had articles published in national early childhood publications. She is married and has three children. ARTHUR LAVIN, M.D., F.A.A.P. is a pediatrician with over 25 years of experience in the practice of medicine. Dr. Lavin, trained at Harvard with Dr. T. Berry Brazelton and Dr. Mel Levine, Ohio State University, and MIT, leading to board certification as a general pediatrician and as a specialist in newborn medicine. He has served as president of the Northern Ohio Pediatric Society, on the Board of the Medical Mutual of Ohio Charitable Foundation, and on a number of national committees of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Dr. Lavin has received international recognition from Microsoft for being one of the pioneers in the use of technology in the practice of medicine, and has been at the forefront of applying the lessons of brain science to helping families advance their children s learning and coping needs. He is married and has three children.Review:
With the multitude of parenting books on the market, could there really be one more that offers something new and refreshing? Yes, there could; Who's the Boss is really a gem. Whether you are one of those parents who has trouble enforcing rules or are a parent who is tired of yelling all of the time, Who's the Boss has thoughtful, and intelligent answers about the whys and hows of appropriate and helpful discplinary tactics. Fortunately, Glaser and Lavin, not only know all about the stages of childhood development, they also really understand parents and the cultural pressures that we all face, especially to be nurturing and perfect. In fact, the true brillance of the book may be their insight into our society's contemporary ambivalence about setting limits with kids. Or, maybe their best point is that parent-child conflict is a normal, healthy and necessary component of raising children into high-functioning adults. Glaser and Lavin apply their approach to the classic childhood challenges--sleep, food, potty, siblings, and daycare. which may tempt you to read only about one relevant problem at a time. Glaser and Lavin's good advice, however, will suck you in to reading the rest. --Blue Mama (Maryland, Amazon Reviews)
I am a mother of a three and a half year old, with a second boy on the way. Through friends, family, and my own curiosity I have managed to acquire a rather ridiculously large collection of parenting books. Many I never really needed to crack open, but this one, I actually wish I had gotten sooner. Glaser and Lavin's philosophy is grounded in love and respect for the child. They recognize that conflict between parents and children is an inherent part of raising a child and they help the parent navigate these challenges by listening to the child and talking to the child with respect while clearly teaching limits and helping the child gain confidence and independence within acceptable boundaries. Their advice is very practical. They offer specific, helpful, and realistic ways of dealing with the major stumbling blocks that have certainly caused me to lock horns with my son. I am grateful to have read the chapter on sibling rivalry before my second one arrived! Their writing is both intelligent and accessible. The book is not too long and overly repetitive as I have found too many parenting books to be. I basically devoured the whole thing in one late-night reading binge and was left with a sense of 'Ah. Now *that* was helpful.' --L Pelllegrino (New Hampshire, Amazon Reviews
Most books on parenting barely scratch the surface, but Who's the Boss delivers solutions that address the core of the challenge of being a modern, caring parent. --Marjorie Greenfield, MD, author of Dr. Spock's Guide to Pregnanc
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