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Raising Children You Can Live With gives you answers to all your parenting questions. Jamie Raser provides helpful phrases to use in difficult situations, tells how to turn sour interactions into pleasant ones, and outlines specific strategies for success. This easy-to-use book gives you exactly what you need in order to have healthy, fulfilling relationships with your children.
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Raising Children You Can Live With has been "selected as outstanding" by Parent Council, Ltd. Parent Council, Ltd. Uses a panel of experts (parents, teachers, librarians and mental health professionals) to select and critique the best parenting titles available. Jamie Raser is also one of the newest recipients of The National Parenting Centers Seal of Approval for 1999 for his book Raising Children You Can Live With: A Guide for Frustrated Parents. The product evaluation division, which is run by independent evaluators including parents, educators, and panelists of The National Parenting Center found his book to be "a product of superb design and quality." Congratulations Jamie! With the ever-widening range of parenting resources on the market, its difficult for parents to distinguish which ones are worth their money and which will be most beneficial to their particular needs. "There are currently over 1,300 parenting titles in print," comments Dr. Victor Loos, Director of the Center for Family Consultation in Houston, Texas. "As a parent, I desperately need help sorting out the junk from the jewels." Organizations such as Parent Council, Ltd. and The National Parenting Center strive to make those decisions easier by reviewing the best new materials for children and parents.From the Inside Flap:
"I'd like for all our teachers and our parents to have a copy of this book." -Sam Bullock, Junior High School Counselor
"Jamie Raser has written a wonderful guide for parents. It focuses parents' attention right where it should be: on the interactions between parent and child." -Lee Winderman, Ph.D., Past-President of Texas Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
"I wish I had read this when my kids were younger. Good, solid advice." -Meg Scott, LMSW-ACP, Past-President of Houston Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
"An excellent resource for clinicians and families." -Randy Phelps, Ph.D., Past-President of Houston Psychological Association
"Sound ideas for improving parent-child relationships. Strategic interaction and the Parent's Creed are invaluable tools for parents, foster parents, and all those in the parenting role." -Janet Legler Luft, Program Specialist, Children's Protective Services, Department of Protective and Regulatory Services
"I found this book to be very 'real' in its focus. (In fact, I feel like you must have been hiding in a closet in my house.) I will be able to use many of the suggested techniques in both my professional and personal interactions." -Judy Connors, Assistant Principal, Junior High School
"Patients are always asking me for advice with their children. This book, with its clear, easy-to-read examples, hits the spot. I freely recommend this book to my patients." -Paul Millea, M.D., Family Physician
"Your book has been very helpful to me. I can finally discipline my child effectively, without feeling guilty about it." -Kathy Obermeyer, Mother of 14 year old
"Jamie Raser's clear, gentle, but effective approach is a welcome aid for parents struggling to help their children (and themselves) survive their adolescent years. Avoiding the twin traps of authoritarianism and permissiveness, this book provides the means to develop cooperation with even the most difficult of adolescents. I cannot recommend this book highly enough." -Eugene Epstein, Ph.D., Chief Psychologist, Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Services
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