Exhaustion is a symptom of varied problems with a wide range of meanings. In this quick read for busy parents, you will meet many exhausted children and teens, from a two-year-old taking excessive naps to avoid feelings of loss to a sixteen-year-old super athlete with ambitious career goals.
Psychoanalyst Laurie Hollman, PhD, provides insight and guidance to help your exhausted child. This mini book includes:
- Recommendations for adequate sleep.
- An exploration of special problems, such as kids of parents with marital problems or dual working parents; an emphasis on being the smartest kids globally; burn out, depression, and anxiety; insufficient free play time; and the effects of screen time.
- Research about the effects of exhaustion on memory, school performance, mood regulation, pain sensitivity, and the immune function, and more!
Using the 5 steps of TheParental Intelligence Way, you can learn how to identify and alleviate the various reasons your kids are exhausted and what you can do about it!
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 The Parental Intelligence Way 9
Chapter 2 Learning about the Exhausted Child the Parental Intelligence Way 49
Chapter 3 Learning about the Exhausted Adolescent the Parental Intelligence Way 71
Chapter 4 Exhaustion and Child and Adolescent Development 91
Chapter 5 The Overscheduled Child and An Emphasis on Smart Kids 105
Chapter 6 Burnout and Depression 129
Chapter 7 The Importance of Play 145
Chapter 8 The Science of Sleep and Exhaustion 163