BETWEEN PARENT AND CHILD GINOTT PDF
Between Parent and Child may be the best parenting book ever written. many parent advisors recommended therapy for parents, Haim Ginott believed that. About the Source: Haim G. Ginott Haim G. Ginott () was a clinical psychologist, child therapist, parent educator, and author whose work has had a . Strengthen your relationship with your children with this revised edition of the book by renowned psychologist Dr. Haim Ginott that has helped millions.
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Pafent helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Between Parent and Child: Over the past thirty-five years, Between Parent and Child has helped millions of parents around the world strengthen their relationships with their children.
Written by renowned psychologist Dr. Haim Ginott, this revolutionary book offered a straightforward prescription for empathetic yet disciplined child rearing and introduced new communication techniques that would chan Over the past thirty-five years, Between Parent and Child has helped millions of parents around the world strengthen their relationships with their children.
Haim Ginott, this revolutionary book offered gknott straightforward prescription for empathetic yet disciplined child rearing and introduced new communication techniques that would change the way parents spoke with, and listened to, their children. In this revised edition, Dr. Alice Ginott, clinical psychologist and wife of the late Haim Ginott, and family relationship specialist Dr. Based on the theory that parenting is a skill that can be learned, this indispensable handbook will show you how to: Paperbackpages.
Published July 22nd by Harmony first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To paret other readers questions about Between Parent and Childplease sign up. Be the first to ask a question about Between Parent and Child. Lists with This Book. Between Parent and Haim Ginott Khaya: Ginott, I have so many feelings about your book. You feel many different things. I have friends who swear by you and your methods. So I guess it would be more accurate to say that your books gijott helped my friends develop a philosophy of parenting that seems to work for them.
You have reframed your words to be a more specific, and therefore helpful and effective form of praise. This is what effective praise does. I guess I sort of see that. Do you think your philosophy, well-intentioned though it might be, may result in whiny, entitled children?
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You are concerned that children whose feelings are reflected back to them by their parents may be whinier. Can you explain what you mean? I mean, I do wonder that. And for kids to receive authentic feedback on their behavior?
You think my approach feels fake, perhaps scripted. Khaya, I will speak plainly now.
I am, after all, ahd my actual self but merely a projection you are using to serve as a foil for your review. You can only guess what I would say. I hear your question about whether responding empathically as opposed to in a genuinely irritated way fosters whining rather than self-control. It is my belief that my approach, properly applied, need not foster whining.
And the tone of that statement gimott be as firm as necessary. In an ideal world, maybe. And also that I simply couldn’t have everything I wanted, and that I had to suck it up rather than expecting infinite consolation for every setback. And do you feel your upbringing was superior? Well to be honest, Khaya, I wrote this book a long time ago. Perhaps it is a bit dated. In my day, I believe parents needed to hear this message. As to whether a different message is needed today, I cannot say.
Ginott, but many aspects of this book were indeed dated. Freudian developmental concepts stated as absolutes, and much of the discussion about sex roles and mothers and fathers for example. But in fairness to you, I think you had a lot of good ideas. So you did like some things.
I believe your book was groundbreaking in its day. You taught parents to discipline their children in a way that respected them as wnd beings. Much of what you say is actually very helpful.
And most of all, between did inspire me to work more on my parenting — even if I still have a ways to go. So you liked the book overall and hope to use it to improve your parenting. View all 15 comments. Mar 13, Jen rated it it was amazing.
Nor do I have chi,d. Good, glad chikd cleared that up. So why am I reading a parenting book, you might ask? Well, one of my main self-improvement goals for the past few years has been to improve my communication skills, especially with relation to conflict resolution and emotions. This book was mentioned in an advice column that has been entertaining me recently “Dear Prudence” from Slate Magazine. The concepts mentioned in the book intrigued me because the Ok.
The concepts mentioned in the book intrigued me because they seemed to align with some things I have discovered, like that a fight often cannot progress betweeen be resolved until the feelings are addressed somehow. Adn book really crystallized my half-formed theories on communication, emotions, and conflict resolution, and suddenly it all makes sense.
It was a quick, fascinating read. Just substitute the word “child” with the word “human” and all of these principles and techniques apply to adults as well! They give great examples of our typical impulsive reactions in certain situations, and examples of more effective ways of communicating. I’ve already started applying the techniques to my coworkers, clients, friends and family.
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I’d already figured out nagging doesn’t really work, but I’ve realized I just over-explain and preach and talk about what we “should” do too much. Get to the point, lady! People don’t generally need explanations unless they ask for one. I over-explain to justify my point but often a justification is unnecessary. But it’s amazing how effective the techniques are when applied even clumsily by an amateur!
I’ve already gotten surprising results just by carefully mirroring emotions without judgement or blame. I’ve had casual conversations become suddenly deep and meaningful when that wouldn’t have happened before. It feels odd at first to just mirror, a little contrived and manipulative, but all skills feel contrived at first until one has more practice and experience with them. And the pleasure and relief my mirroring brought my companions was very rewarding.
That was always my goal before, but who knew I didn’t really even need to do or say that much in order to bring that relief. I’m becoming a better listener! Anyway, I recommend everyone everywhere read this book if you want to become a better, more caring and compassionate person and communicator.
Words are the tools we use to interact with others, and they can cause great emotional harm or nurturing depending on how we use them. I’m learning how to express my true emotions and feelings without upsetting others, and it’s qnd freeing and rewarding!
I used to be scared to discuss angry feelings because of the inevitable conflict that would arise, and I was starting to develop a nasty temper. Now I feel I’m developing a much better way of expressing my negative feelings. Sep 20, Summer rated it it was amazing. No parenting book is perfect, but I can honestly say that this is the first book that has helped me change my behavior in less than a week of reading it. It deals more with psychology and understanding the basis of why we should treat our children and all people a certain way.
I think the behavior change came very naturally because I understood my daughter’s emotions so much better within a few chapters. This book comes highly recommended and is helping me in more relationships than one. I just No parenting book is perfect, but I can honestly say that this is the first book that has helped me change my behavior in less than a week of reading it.
I just have to add, though, there are things I definitely don’t agree with in the slightest when it comes to certain values suggested in the later chapters of the book. Just have to throw some of it betwren, but it doesn’t mean that the book is not worthwhile or the principles unhelpful. Jun 04, Jared ginoott it liked it.
The book is full of basic parenting gems, but I didn’t necessarily agree with all of his suggestions and some of his examples weren’t very realistic. Bu sebeple, bir defa okunup bir koseye birakilacak bir kitap degil. Apr 27, Betty rated it really liked it.