How to Really Parent Your Child
The ultimate guide to a parenting lifestyle that anticipates what a child needs instead of reacting to what a child does. With over thirty years of clinical psychiatric experience with children and their parents, Dr. Campbell knows how profoundly...
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The ultimate guide to a parenting lifestyle that anticipates what a child needs instead of reacting to what a child does.
With over thirty years of clinical psychiatric experience with children and their parents, Dr. Campbell knows how profoundly a parent can influence a child. By anticipating the needs of a child rather than reacting to his or her behaviours, parents develop a relational rather than adversarial family structure. Mothers and fathers will find tools aimed to help them build a healthy relationship with their child that meets all four basic emotional needs: to be nurtured in unconditional love, to be lovingly disciplined, to be trained in anger management, and to be protected from harmful influences. It is after these basic needs are met that a child will be able to understand and respond to spiritual matters.
Combining practical advice with anecdotal examples, Campbell offers a purposeful, life-long approach to building happy, healthy, spiritual children.
For over 30 years clinical psychiatrist, Dr. Ross Campbell, has been concentrating on the parent-child relationship. He is a former Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics and Psychiatry at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine. He has counseled thousands of parents throughout his extensive career. Today he writes and lectures on parenting topics.
Dr. Campbell's first book, How to Really Love Your Child, has sold over 1 million copies and continues to be an internationally acclaimed best seller. Dr. Campbell wrote the book convinced that a rewarding relationship with our children should be based on unconditional love.
His other books include Kids in Danger; How To Really Love Your Teen; How To Really Parent Your Child; Help Your Twenty Something Get A Life...And Get It Now; How To Really Love Your Angry Child; and Five Love Languages of Children.
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