The Unwritten Rules of Friendship by Natalie Madorsky Elman
Simple Strategies to Help Your Child Make Friends

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Whether your child is having trouble resolving an argument with a friend or even making a friend in the first place, whether your child is painfully shy or a bit rambunctious, The Unwritten Rules of Friendship gives you the tools you need to nurture your child's social well-being.

This warm and practical book provides a sympathetic understanding of kids who struggle socially. It describes nine typical children who have trouble getting along with their peers, such as The Born Leader, The Little Adult, The Shy Child, and The Short-Fused Child. With clarity and compassion, it spells out strategies for helping these children learn the social guidelines tat they haven't managed to pick up on their own. It offers parents do-able solutions to use at home and to suggest at school.

About Natalie Madorsky Elman

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Natalie Madorsky Elman. Ph.D., has more than twenty years of experience as director of the Summit Center for Learning in New Jersey. She is a certified learning consultant and speech pathologist who leads social skills training groups for children Eileen Kennedy-Moore has a Ph.D. in clinical psychology. She works with children, adults, and families in Westfield, New Jersey
Published December 2, 2008 by Little, Brown and Company. 352 pages
Genres: Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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Elman, director of the Summit Center for Learning in Summit, N.J., and Kennedy-Moore, a Westfield, N.J., psychotherapist, offer a detailed examination of the different ways children interact with their peers.

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