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Strong Willed Child Or Dreamer?

Dana SpearsRon Braund

Strong Willed Child Or Dreamer?

Dana SpearsRon Braund

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Your child may be a sensitive dreamer if: he forgets to follow instructions, no matter how clear and simple, she craves praise and positive attention, yet refuses to conform to what's expected, he tells more than his share of fibs and tall tales. If you recognize these actions in your child, you know the frustration of turning to parenting experts for advice only to find the systems don't work, the rules don't stick and strong boundary setting makes the situation worse. The creative-sensitive dreamer is not the strong-willed child. Get this book and learn how to parent your special needs child who is principle -oriented rather than rule-oriented, highly creative, overly sensitive and frustrated at a world that fails to live up to the ideal.

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- Publisher Your child may be a dreamer if... *He forgets to follow instructions, no matter how clear and simple you make them. *She craves praise and positive attention, yet refuses to conform to what's expected. *He complains often about feeling misunderstood, picked on, or persecuted. *She tells more than her share of fibs, lies, or tall tales. If these statements describe your child, you know the frustration of turning to parenting experts for advice only to find that with your child, the systems don't work, the rules don't stick, and the strong boundary setting seems to make the situation worse. What's even more frustrations is seeing that these methods do work-with strong-willed children. According to child and family counselors, Ron L. Braund and Dana Scott Spears, the problem may be that you don't have a strong-willed child. Your child's behavior may actually indicate that he or she is a creative-sensitive child, a dreamer: principle-oriented rather than rule-oriented, highly creative, sensitive to the point of taking offense where none is intended, and frustrated at a world that fails to live up to the ideal. In this book, the authors explain the differences between the dreamer and the strong-willed child. They also provide advice on parenting your dreamer child from infancy through adolescence, plus a special chapter on the dreamer child with attention deficit disorder. Whether you are the teacher, coach, clergy, or parent of a dreamer, this book will help you understand how these enigmatic children view the world and teach you how to give them what they need to thrive.

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Your child may be a sensitive dreamer if: he forgets to follow instructions, no matter how clear and simple, she craves praise and positive attention, yet refuses to conform to what's expected, he tells more than his share of fibs and tall tales. If you recognize these actions in your child, you know the frustration of turning to parenting experts for advice only to find the systems don't work, the rules don't stick and strong boundary setting makes the situation worse. The creative-sensitive dreamer is not the strong-willed child. Get this book and learn how to parent your special needs child who is principle -oriented rather than rule-oriented, highly creative, overly sensitive and frustrated at a world that fails to live up to the ideal.
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Contents^^239 pages/17 chapters^
- Publisher

Your child may be a dreamer if... *He forgets to follow instructions, no matter how clear and simple you make them. *She craves praise and positive attention, yet refuses to conform to what's expected. *He complains often about feeling misunderstood, picked on, or persecuted. *She tells more than her share of fibs, lies, or tall tales. If these statements describe your child, you know the frustration of turning to parenting experts for advice only to find that with your child, the systems don't work, the rules don't stick, and the strong boundary setting seems to make the situation worse. What's even more frustrations is seeing that these methods do work-with strong-willed children. According to child and family counselors, Ron L. Braund and Dana Scott Spears, the problem may be that you don't have a strong-willed child. Your child's behavior may actually indicate that he or she is a creative-sensitive child, a dreamer: principle-oriented rather than rule-oriented, highly creative, sensitive to the point of taking offense where none is intended, and frustrated at a world that fails to live up to the ideal. In this book, the authors explain the differences between the dreamer and the strong-willed child. They also provide advice on parenting your dreamer child from infancy through adolescence, plus a special chapter on the dreamer child with attention deficit disorder. Whether you are the teacher, coach, clergy, or parent of a dreamer, this book will help you understand how these enigmatic children view the world and teach you how to give them what they need to thrive.
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Meet the Authors

Ron Braund

Ken R. Voges is president of In His Grace, Inc., which provides believers and the church with behavioral tools and training. He is the author or coauthor of numerous publications integrating the styles of biblical characters with the DISC model of behavior including the book and workbook Understanding How Others Misunderstand You, the DISC Adult, Youth and Children's Surveys and DISCovering the Leadership Styles of Jesus. Mr. Voges also does human resource consulting and coaching for Fortune 500 companies, nonprofit corporations and churches. Mr. Voges also is a frequent guest lecturer at the

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Product Details
  • Catalogue Code 92768
  • Product Code 0785277005
  • EAN 9780785277002
  • Pages 256
  • Department General Books
  • Category Parenting
  • Sub-Category Parenting Children
  • Publisher Thomas Nelson Publishers
  • Publication Date Feb 1996
  • Sales Rank #21775
  • Dimensions 228 x 152 x 19 mm
  • Weight 0.317kg

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