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Raising Respectful Kids in a Rude World
     

Raising Respectful Kids in a Rude World

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by Joyce McKay, Gary D. McKay, Daniel G. Eckstein, Steven Maybell
 
Adults everywhere are saying "Enough already!" to the crass, ill-mannered, and self-indulgent behavior of many children and teens today. But you don't have to raise the white flag in defeat. Raising Respectful Kids in a Rude World can help restore common courtesy and basic human respect to families who are ready to trade "grunge" for more gracious living. After two

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Adults everywhere are saying "Enough already!" to the crass, ill-mannered, and self-indulgent behavior of many children and teens today. But you don't have to raise the white flag in defeat. Raising Respectful Kids in a Rude World can help restore common courtesy and basic human respect to families who are ready to trade "grunge" for more gracious living. After two decades of teaching and counseling thousands of families throughout the nation, four bestselling authors, Drs. Gary and Joyce McKay, Dr. Daniel Eckstein, and Dr. Steven Maybell, show parents and teachers how to turn the tide of rudeness and offer practical ways to teach children equality and mutual respect, encourage cooperation and contribution, develop "people esteem"--kindness and courtesy, teach tolerance for diversity in others, and much more. Parents, teachers, educators, and clergy everywhere will appreciate this clarion call to a return to "niceness."

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In Raising Respectful Kids In A Rude World: Teaching Your Children The Power Of Mutual Respect And Consideration, Gary D. McKay, Joyce L, McKay, Daniel Eckstein, and Steven A. Maybell effectively collaborate to provide parents with an instruction manual of empowerment techniques for raising children that are adhere to a standard of conduct marked by respect, compassion, kindness, appreciation and tolerance. Within these pages parents while find essential skills for child rearing; constructive discipline techniques and methods that also teach life skills; how to go about engendering compassion and tolerance in children from infancy through adolescence; how to manage anger and counter the violent influences which permeate modern American society; and much, much more. If you want to become the effective and loving parent of respectful and loving children, give a careful reading to Raising Respectful Kids In A Rude World.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780761528111
Publisher:
Crown Publishing Group
Publication date:
04/19/2001
Edition description:
1ST
Pages:
336
Product dimensions:
5.52(w) x 8.44(h) x 0.81(d)

Meet the Author

Dr. Gary D. McKay, Ph.D. is the coauthor with Dr. Don Dinkmeyer, Sr, Dr. Joyce L. McKay and others of 11 books and parent and teacher education programs including STEP, the world’s leading parent education program.

He holds a Ph.D. in counseling and guidance from the University of Arizona and is a licensed psychologist, and clinical member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. A former teacher and counselor, and an international educational and psychological consultant, he has conducted workshops in human relations and is the co-leader of a family education program in Tucson, Arizona.

He has received awards for contributions to the counseling field from the Adlerian Society of Arizona, North American Society of Adlerian Psychology and the International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors and served on a Presidential committee as a consultant to Office for Substance Abuse Prevention, National Implementation Program: Parents' Advisory Committee.

Dr. Joyce L. McKay, Ph.D. coauthored with Dr. Don Dinkmeyer, Sr, Dr. Gary D. McKay and others 7 books and parent and teacher programs including Early Childhood STEP and STEP/Teen.

She holds a Ph.D. in counseling and guidance from the University of Arizona and is a certified professional counselor, past president of the North American Society of Adlerian Psychology, and currently the Conference Coordinator for that organization. A former teacher and counselor, and an international educational and psychological consultant she has conducted workshops worldwide and is former Director of a nationally recognized career education program and has served as educational consultant to formerGovernor of Arizona Bruce Babbitt.

She coauthored Drug Free 1 & 2 and has received awards for contributions to the counseling field from the Adlerian Society of Arizona, and the International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors.

Dr. Daniel Eckstein, Ph.D., is currently Associate Professor of Counseling Psychology, Ottawa University, Phoenix Campus. He is also an adjunct professor for the Adler School of Professional Psychology, Toronto; the Arizona School of Professional Psychologists and Northern Arizona University, both in Phoenix.

As president of Encouraging Leadership, Inc., Dr. Eckstein is an international teacher and consultant in business management for Sarjana Colleges, Malaysia; Ottawa International, Phoenix, AZ; and the Singapore Civil Service College. Dr. Eckstein is coauthor of nine books including Leadership by Encouragement.

Dr. Steven A. Maybell, Ph.D., has over 25 years of experience as a counselor and parent educator. He is a certified marriage and family therapist, clinical social worker and a diplomate in Adlerian Psychology (NASAP) and Professional Psychotherapy (IABMCP). He is currently the Clinical Director for Youth Eastside Services in Bellevue, Washington.

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5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a compendium of help: All the parenting books rolled into one that's plain-spoken, loaded wtih examples, and organized for easy access so you can get the guidance you need now. Highly recommended.
Guest More than 1 year ago
As a mother of four children in todays world I applaud the authors of 'Raising Respectful Kids in a Rude World.' I found the examples and techniques offered to be practical and empowering in developing mutual respect between both parent/child and peers. I highly recommend this book to anyone who lives with, teaches, or loves a child and is looking to strengthen and improve their relationship through mutual respect.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A review by Bill W. Hillman, PhD, Professor Emeritus, University of Arizona ¿ Retired psychologist and marriage and family therapist. We live in a world where we have the potential for unprecedented progress, limitless opportunities for inclusion and mutual respect, and challenging possibilities for respectful dialog to solve the thorny issues that divide us. However, in reality we live in a rude world where we seek personal advantage and the domination of our particular political agenda at the expense of what is best for the whole of society. We seek to maintain our advantage in order to ¿win¿, at the expense of others who of necessity must ¿lose¿. We seem to have lost the art of cooperation in order to solve our mutual problems. How are responsible parents to raise respectful kids in such a rude world that has become our 21st century reality. How are these kids to grow up and, as adults, make a difference in this world? How are they to learn quiet compassion for others, rather than becoming part of the domination system or spending their lives fighting the domination system. The authors of this book present practical, down to earth strategies for answering these perplexing questions that challenge parents today. The authors present the foundational material for the time honored and effective parenting strategy that they and others have written about before. However, they do so with a fresh, creative, and easy to understand style that will encourage, motivate, and stimulate new and experienced parents alike. Parenting is hard work! Growing up in today¿s world is even harder! There are no easy answers or caned quick fixes. However, the authors present a proven process that can be applied to the specific concerns of individual ¿real time¿ families. The issues and examples presented by the authors are contemporary concerns faced every day by families in our complex society that were largely unheard of only a few years ago. A particular emphasis in the book is the ever increasing problem of violence faced in families, schools, and the total culture of our ¿rude world¿ today. I could not be more enthusiastic in my endorsement of this extremely helpful and readable book by some of the most important and experienced authors in the field of parenting today. The book is a must buy for parents that are serious about teaching their children the power of mutual respect and consideration.