You don't need to know every trick, or do everything right to raise a great kid. It isn't that difficult. But you do need to get a few things right. (Six actually…)
Every day you need to teach your children to deal with their emotions, to do certain things and not do other things; to defuse anger, solve their own problems and turn everyday fears into powerful self-confidence. And your response to these six everyday moments determines both how you feel as a parent, AND who your child grows up to be.
These six powerful and positive responses will get you started in the right direction each and every time—through the Early Childhood years—to raise your creative, enjoyable great kids… with joy and ease.
The “Great Kids Made Easy” Series (Early Childhood, Elementary School Years, and Pre/Teen) draws from the psychologist/author’s 25 years working with children across of all ages (pre-12) in diverse settings (urban/ rural) and multiple cultures (Native American, Hispanic, urban multi-cultural) and from his published books, and years of Head Start and teacher-training workshops.
The quick-read presentation and multiple dialog examples make this series of three books easily understandable to new or limited-English parents, yet equally challenging to the experienced parent. If you’re a caring, busy parent these are the six essential, indispensable skills you’ll want to learn early, and be reminded of every day!
Psychologist, Early Development Specialist, Special Educator and longtime nationwide speaker on parenting and wellness issues for Head Start, Larry Tobin is the author of What Do You Do With a Child Like This? and Parenting On the Go, as well as Flip Your Life! and other titles in the Kaebin Press “LAO Life Change Series.” He lives in the Sacramento Mountains of southern New Mexico with his son, Kaelan. Contact him directly at .