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Description - How to Calm a Challenging Child by Miriam Chachamu

When emotions are high, intelligence is low - that's when you need my book. Too many parents have to cope with tantrums or unco-operative children. This I learned in my many years as a Parenting Course Tutor and Independent Parenting Consultant. There are many good books for parents. Yet despite this I am continually asked for an easy ABC guide. My parents have all wanted a concise, quick and easy read with straightforward explanations of everyday family dynamics. And they want expert practical advice that works. So my book is short and thoughtfully illustrated to make it very accessible under the most difficult of circumstances. It shows you how to calm tempestuous situations to maintain a co-operative, happy and harmonious family. Busy parents quickly understand how serious ideas can become easily understandable. This title offers: insight to a child's world; basic child psychology; skills that reduce conflict; the shopping nightmare; inspired solutions; and, harmonious co-operation.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780572034955
ISBN-10: 0572034954
Format: Paperback
(210mm x 149mm x mm)
Pages: 208
Imprint: W Foulsham & Co Ltd
Publisher: W Foulsham & Co Ltd
Publish Date: 30-Sep-2008
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Miriam Chachamu

Miriam has an MSc in Family Therapy from London University, has trained as a Parenting Facilitator at Merton College and has a BA in Psychology from Tel Aviv University.She was the Assistant Director of The New Learning Centre in London; among other responsibilities was running their parenting classes. Miriam is a mother of three and uses the skills she recommends with her own family.