Synopses & Reviews
Some kids are easy-going. Others are a challenge every single day. Is there something wrong with the children -- or the parents? Probably not. New research shows that children are different from the day they're born -- and their temperaments stay different no matter how they're parented. But children's behavior does reflect their inborn traits; once parents understand those traits, they'll be better prepared to handle behavior. Temperament Tools explains:
-- What's normal for children;
-- How parent can manage challenging behavior;
-- How parents can teach children to cope with their behavior; and
-- How everyone in a family can avoid blame and guilt.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 122) and index.