The Secret Language of Children

The Secret Language of Children

How to Understand What your Kids Are Really Saying

Book - 2003
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The Secret Language of Children is:
--An unspoken language that all children use
--An amazing door into your child's inner world
--Your greatest tool for raising emotionally healthy kids

With this groundbreaking book, Dr. Lawrence Shapiro, a leading child psychologist, shows you how to understand this amazing world of communication, and the joys and rewards it can bring. The Secret Language of Children is filled with games and techniques, designed by the experts, that help you better understand and relate to your child. Try these with your child and you'll be amazed by the results:
--Baby Time: a series of games that teach your baby positive messages and let her know you'll always be there
--The Scribble Technique: a drawing activity that reveals personality qualities
--The Feelings Ball Game: a fun activity that teaches your child the importance of talking about feelings
--The Repeat Technique: a simple yet innovate way to stop teasing and bullying

The secret is out! Discover:
--The meanings of ten different baby cries
--How to play with your child to boost his esteem
--How to interpret your child's play, stories or art
--What children can do to avoid being bullied
--The seven secrets to making your child popular for life

The tools you need to build a stronger bond with your child and help him through all of childhood's little difficulties are in your hands. Give yourself and your child the gifts of the secret language of children.
Publisher: Naperville, Ill. : Sourcebooks, 2003.
ISBN: 9781570719325
Characteristics: xviii, 348 p. ;,24 cm.


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