Mom, They're Teasing Me: Helping Your Child Solve Social Problems (Paperback)
Helping Your Child Solve Social Problems
Ballantine Books, 9780345450111, 272pp.
Publication Date: August 3, 2004
- The difference between real risk and normal social pain
- The appropriate time to intervene-and when to step back
- Tips on how to mediate between children-without appearing meddlesome
- The importance of teaching and encouraging leadership
- The redemptive power of friendship
Mom, They're Teasing Me answers key questions about the many manifestations of social cruelty, offers compelling descriptions of prime -teasing- scenarios, and illustrates how to counter them. It is an indispensable book for involved parents who want to make their child's formative years rich and rewarding.
About the Author
Praise For Mom, They're Teasing Me: Helping Your Child Solve Social Problems…
“Deeply needed advice, reassurance, and good news . . . This much-needed book is a true gem.”
–EDWARD M. HALLOWELL, M.D., author of The Childhood Roots of Adult Happiness
“A VALUABLE RESOURCE . . . [The authors] help parents deal with a range of social problems. . . . Just as important, they help parents distinguish between the kind of social antagonisms that can traumatize a child and the kind that are just part of growing up.”
“Once again Michael Thompson, Lawrence Cohen, and Catherine O’Neill Grace have reached into the hearts and minds of children and parents and given us deeply needed advice, reassurance, and good news. They show us how to deal with some of the most painful moments of childhood and, not only survive them, but thrive. Michael Thompson combines the knowledge and wisdom of a brilliant psychologist with the heart and love of an experienced parent. This much-needed book is a true gem.”
–EDWARD M. HALLOWELL, M.D.
“Few parenting challenges compare to helping a kid cope with teasing or being left out. With empathy and understanding, Mom, They’re Teasing Me gives parents age-by-age information and practical advice to guide and comfort kids through every stage of their so-called social lives.”
Editor in Chief, Nick Jr. magazine
“What a wonderful and helpful book. It is right on target dealing with a very difficult issue–one that all parents confront–in a truly sensitive and intelligent manner. Above all, Michael Thompson and Lawrence Cohen give answers–why it happens and what to do about it. I was really impressed by their ability to make helpful sense out of a truly difficult part of child-raising.”
–ANTHONY E. WOLF, Ph.D.
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