The Parenting Bible by Robin Goldstein Ph.D.
The Answers to Parents' Most Common Questions

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All in one place for the first time, parents can find answers to the many questions that come up all through a childhood.

--Should I pick my baby up when he cries?
--How much babyproofing do I need to do?
--What should I do about temper tantrums?
--Is my child too dependent on me?
--Can too much praise backfire?
--How can I enhance my child's self-image?
--Should I give an allowance?
--How should I handle fads with my pre-teen and teenager?
--Can my older child stay alone after school?

Answers to these and hundreds of other questions (more than 200 in all) are given in a thoughtful and balanced manner, allowing parents to choose the solution that will work best for them and their family. Topics cover the age ranges from birth to age 13, and are the questions most often asked of the author as a parenting consultant and educator.
 

About Robin Goldstein Ph.D.

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Goldstein is a specialist in child and adolescent development and a faculty member at Johns Hopkins University. She frequently leads seminars on parenting for corporations and has been a guest on radio and television programs. Gallant is an educator and writer specializing in health, disability, and family issues. She is also a faculty member at Montgomery College in Rockville, Maryland.
 
Published May 1, 2002 by Sourcebooks, Inc.. 464 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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