Empowered Parenting: Getting it Right Without a Fight! Practical action plans to successfully overcome common challenges in raising your child from 0 – 6 years

Empowered Parenting: Getting it Right Without a Fight! Practical action plans to successfully overcome common challenges in raising your child from 0 – 6 years

Empowered Parenting: Getting it Right Without a Fight! Practical action plans to successfully overcome common challenges in raising your child from 0 - 6 years

No one ever said raising children is easy.
Having this guidebook will make it easier!

Parents may wonder:
• How can I obtain more cooperation from my child?
• Is there a way to set limits without a fight?
• How can I stop my children from fighting?
• How can I help my child be more sociable, or confidant?
• How can we make the morning routine more pleasant?
• What’s the best way to toilet train my child?
• How long should my baby have a pacifier?
• How do I get my child to eat more, or less?
• How can I help my child to overcome fears?
• What’s the best way to tell my children I’m moving out of the house?

This one-of-a-kind handbook contains step-by-step guides to these and other questions on raising children from birth to age 6. It focuses on the recommended parental behavior during significant developmental milestones, along a child’s journey through the early years of life.

Dr. Ely Saggie’s proposed action plans are a synergy of various approaches: classical psychology, CBT, Positive Psychology and marketing psychology. The book uniquely threads academic theory into practical behavioral action plans.

Each chapter focuses on a single issue, offers a problem-solving approach, and includes examples from the author personal and clinical experience. Therefore, each chapter can be read on its own.

Dr. Ely Saggie is a psychotherapist counseling individuals, couples and families, specializing in parental guidance. Based on his expertise in the field of parent-child relations, Dr. Saggie is a professional consultant for “Parents and Children” magazine, leads an internet forum on parenting, writes articles, gives lectures, and is a guest expert on various radio and television talk shows. Ely Saggie holds five academic degrees from international institutions: PhD in Psychology from Azteca University, Mexico; MSc in Psychotherapy from Derby University, England; MBA from Tel Aviv University, Israel; BA in Psychology from the Open University, Israel; and BA in Social Sciences from Hunter College, New York, USA.
No one ever said raising children is easy.
Having this guidebook will make it easier!

Parents may wonder:
• How can I obtain more cooperation from my child?
• Is there a way to set limits without a fight?
• How can I stop my children from fighting?
• How can I help my child be more sociable, or confidant?
• How can we make the morning routine more pleasant?
• What’s the best way to toilet train my child?
• How long should my baby have a pacifier?
• How do I get my child to eat more, or less?
• How can I help my child to overcome fears?
• What’s the best way to tell my children I’m moving out of the house?

This one-of-a-kind handbook contains step-by-step guides to these and other questions on raising children from birth to age 6. It focuses on the recommended parental behavior during significant developmental milestones, along a child’s journey through the early years of life.

Dr. Ely Saggie’s proposed action plans are a synergy of various approaches: classical psychology, CBT, Positive Psychology and marketing psychology. The book uniquely threads academic theory into practical behavioral action plans.

Each chapter focuses on a single issue, offers a problem-solving approach, and includes examples from the author personal and clinical experience. Therefore, each chapter can be read on its own.

Dr. Ely Saggie is a psychotherapist counseling individuals, couples and families, specializing in parental guidance. Based on his expertise in the field of parent-child relations, Dr. Saggie is a professional consultant for “Parents and Children” magazine, leads an internet forum on parenting, writes articles, gives lectures, and is a guest expert on various radio and television talk shows. Ely Saggie holds five academic degrees from international institutions: PhD in Psychology from Azteca University, Mexico; MSc in Psychotherapy from Derby University, England; MBA from Tel Aviv University, Israel; BA in Psychology from the Open University, Israel; and BA in Social Sciences from Hunter College, New York, USA.

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  1. Clev said,

    Wrote on March 17, 2012 @ 12:38 am

    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great step by step guide!, September 5, 2011
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    Clev

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    Very easy to use book. Very friendly and even made me laugh when I read the author self examples, which were written with a sense of humor, and in many cases, seemed to be taken from my own life. The book does make one think what is the parent roll in the child’s behavior but also gives a clear action plan how to act in order to get it right. I followed the action plan to get my daughter to better cooperate during bath time and it worked like magic. The attitude towards a childs’ TV “addiction” and the way they ignore you while they are watching TV, made me understand my son better and not take his behavior personally. I highly recommend this book!!

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  2. B. Barak said,

    Wrote on March 17, 2012 @ 12:50 am

    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very practical, October 12, 2011
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    B. Barak
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    This is the kind of book I was looking for: Practical, tells you what to do and touched many of the issues that annoyed me with my young children, like limits, siblings relationships, toilet training, getting cooperation and child’s’ self esteem. The author explains and demonstrates the right way to address your child to achieve your goal. Every chapter includes a list of thinking points, sometimes formulated as rules of `What to do” and” What not to do,” along with insights about children’s behavior. It is clear that the author favors dialogue and cooperation over imposing one-sided authority .This approach encourages the urge to follow its words, and I did! For instance: my son tends to be shy .The book made it very easy for me to understand why my previous approach not only did not help him develop more confidence, but even made him shyer! Several days after taking the approach suggested in the book, I can feel the difference in me (taking a professional psychological approach and not playing it by ear), but more important, with my son: He started to speak for himself! I can’t tell you how happy that makes me. Great buy!

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  3. noa - mom of two said,

    Wrote on March 17, 2012 @ 12:54 am

    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The best parenting help guide I read!, September 26, 2011
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    This book offers answers to the common problems repeatedly encountered by any parent. What I loved about Dr. Saggie’s approach is that it tells you how to act in order to prevent conflicts, and still get what you want. It also reminds you what your goals should be and that is just as important since sometimes we tend to forget or get confused. For example – the author put much emphasis on maintaining mutual respect, especially when you don’t get what you want, instead of developing immediate anger when things don’t go your way. Anyone who have toddlers, know that it happens quite often… The author approach cultivates a sense of personal capability and helped me as a parent to be more self confidence in my child. Here’s one example for and idea I got from the book (I wrote it down and put it on the fridge so that I get a constant reminder of it) : “It is important to remind your children, and yourselves, that you love them, even when they are unbearable; you love them – even if you don’t love their behavior”. I keep on saying this to myself several times a day and it helps me to find the strength to be more tolerant and calm. This book really opened my eyes on many issues I had with my kids. I’m sure it can do the same for any parent!

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