Other People's Rotten Kids

Other People's Rotten Kids

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Other People's Rotten Kids by Essie P. Knuckle, Mittie P. Glymph

In Other People's Rotten Kids, authors Essie Knuckle and Mittie Glymph identify the real culprits that turn good kids, even our own kids, into rotten kids. Combining the authors' years of experience in observing and working with maladaptive youth, this book examines various physical and emotional influences that can affect a child's healthy development and offers parents sound advise for getting children "back on track."  A must-read for parents, teachers, coaches, or anyone who can make a difference in a child's life...

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781561678471
Publisher: American Literary Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 01/28/2004
Edition description: Five Star Special Edition
Pages: 132
Product dimensions: 5.34(w) x 8.48(h) x 0.32(d)

Table of Contents

Part 1The Child
Introduction1
Chapter 1.The uncontrollable rotten8
Chapter 2.Head injured rotten kids12
Chapter 3.Rotten kids with poor school performance15
Chapter 4.Rotten kids who feel neglected and like outcasts18
Chapter 5.Sexually abused rotten kid25
Chapter 6.Rotten kids with missing parents30
Chapter 7.Rotten kids' illegal drug use34
Chapter 8.Rotten kids hanging out with the bad crowd39
Chapter 9.Death of rotten kids' friends41
Chapter 10.Rotten kids and raging hormones44
Part 2Parents
Chapter 11.Parents with unfinished business51
Chapter 12.Rotten kids with parents in abusive relationships54
Chapter 13.Rotten kids' parents use illegal drugs57
Chapter 14.Rotten kids' parents teach discrimination61
Chapter 15.Rotten kids' emotionally neglecting parents65
Chapter 16.Other rotten kids with unknown parent68
Chapter 17.Spiritual life72
Chapter 18.Parents with age inappropriate behavior75
Chapter 19.Weapons in rotten kids homes78
Chapter 20.Condoning criminal behaviors81
Chapter 21.Pornography in rotten kids' homes84
Chapter 22.Rotten kids' parents' poor decision-making abilities88
Part 3The Community
Chapter 23.Segregated neighborhoods93
Chapter 24.Discrimination, racism, class-ism and group-ism96
Chapter 25.Group activities100
Chapter 26.Schools are too large106
Chapter 27.Distorted curricula110
Chapter 28.Elitist attitudes113
Chapter 29.Adult oriented communities116
Chapter 30.Too much competition119
Chapter 31.Politics and other peoples' rotten kids122
Glossary125

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