You know you love your child. You attend school events, care for physical needs, and discipline when needed. But did you know that most children, even in loving households, doubt that they are genuinely and unconditionally loved? In Dr. Ross Campbell’s groundbreaking book, he explains the emotional needs of a child and provides you with skills that will help your child feel truly loved and accepted. Using eye contact, affirmation, and spiritual nurturing, you’ll learn to really love your child no matter what the circumstances. The practical applications in How to Really Love Your Child have already helped over 2 million parents around the world show love to their children in a way that can be received and returned, again and again.
|Publisher:||David C Cook|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.25(h) x 0.64(d)|
|Age Range:||18 - 10 Years|
About the Author
The late Dr. Ross Campbell served thousands of families in his three decades as a counselor. He authored several books, including the Gold Medallion recipient How to Really Love Your Teen and The Five Love Languages of Children (coauthored with Gary Chapman), and wrote extensively on helping children deal with anger.
Table of Contents
1 The Problem 11
2 The Setting 23
3 The Foundation 35
4 How to Show Love through Eye Contact 45
5 How to Show Love through Physics! Contact 55
6 How to Show Love through Focused Attention 69
7 Appropriate and Inappropriate Love 83
8 A Child's Anger 97
9 Discipline: What Is It? 109
10 Loving Discipline 123
11 Discipline-Requests, Commands, Rewards, and Punishment 137
12 Children with Special Problems 155
13 Helping Your Child Spiritually 163
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
and it definately made an impact on my life and their childhood years. It helped me to move past obstacles from my own upbringing, to go beyond myself and touch them. Now I want to get it for my daughter as she & her husband raise their daughter.
Dr. Campbell presents one of the clearest explanations I have ever seen of this challenging topic. With so many of us wanting specific guidelines that makes sense to both head and heart, this book finally fills in the gaps of what it means to really love your child.