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Kids, Parents, and Power Struggles

Winning for a Lifetime

by Mary Sheedy Kurcinka

  • 381 Want to read
  • 30 Currently reading

Published by Harper Paperbacks .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Parenting - General,
  • Family & Relationships,
  • Family / Parenting / Childbirth,
  • Child Care/Parenting,
  • Family/Marriage,
  • Family & Relationships / Parenting

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages336
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9239701M
    ISBN 100060930438
    ISBN 109780060930431
    OCLC/WorldCa46605220

    Why Power Struggles Happen. Power struggles occur, Oren says, because parents don’t understand how the teenage brain processes information. We tend to think of information as entering the brain similar to an email. If I attach an Excel file to an email, you’ll immediately open it right up in Excel in order to read it. Kids, Parents, and Power Struggles Winning for A Lifetime (Book): Kurcinka, Mary Sheedy: Does bedtime mean struggle time, with your child negotiating for just another ten minutes every single night? Do most school mornings end with your child in tears or you bellowing as you race through breakfast in order to catch the bus? Do your children sit stone-faced in front of the TV, despite .

      In Kids, Parents, and Power Struggles, she offers unique approaches to solving the daily, and often draining, power struggles between you and your child. Kurcinka views these conflicts as rich opportunities to teach your child essential life skills, like how to deal with strong emotions and problem solve.5/5.   To point out the absurdity of parent–child power struggles, one of my teachers used to ask us to imagine a prizefight. The announcer booms. .

    This booklet, excerpted and adapted from the best-selling Parenting with Love and Logic, was designed to help parents and kids establish a rewarding relationship built on love and trust. What a deal! By parenting with Love and Logic, mothers and fathers can do away with the power struggles and put the fun back into parenting.   Every family experiences power struggles, but these daily tugs of war are not inevitable. In Kids, Parents, and Power Struggles, Mary Sheedy Kurcinka presents real strategies for getting to the root of the emotions and needs that can create daily hassles. But power struggles aren't just about winning and losing.5/5(4).


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Kids, Parents, and Power Struggles by Mary Sheedy Kurcinka Download PDF EPUB FB2

Kids, Parents and Power Struggles is an incredible guide that includes elements from these many readings, explains the "compassionate parenting" philosophy in a clear and convincing way (great for helping partners, family, and friends to understand this approach to parenting), and is the only book that I found to provide an effective and Cited by: 2.

Kids, Parents, and Power Struggles book. Read 84 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. End Those Power Struggles and Begin Connecting w /5. Kids, Parents and Power Struggles is an incredible guide that includes elements from these many readings, explains the "compassionate parenting" philosophy in a clear and convincing way (great for helping partners, family, and friends to understand this approach to parenting), and is the only book that I found to provide an effective and /5(70).

In Kids, Parents, and Power Struggles, I explore the other fuel sources and provide practical approaches for handling misbehavior. These approaches are and Power Struggles book of you and your child and allow you to build a lifelong, healthy relationship.

Barbara Coloroso's Kids Are Worth It!(a great book) Parents held first place on my favorites list for the last three years, but Mary Kurcinka just knocked her off with Kids, Parents and Power Struggles. This is the best parenting book I've ever read and I highly, highly recommend by: 2.

In Kids, Parents, and Power Struggles, she offers unique approaches to solving the daily, and often Kids, power struggles between you and your child.

Kurcinka views these conflicts as rich opportunities to teach your child essential life skills, like how to deal with strong emotions and problem solve. Every family experiences power struggles, but these daily tugs of war are not inevitable. In Kids, Parents, and Power Struggles, Mary Sheedy Kurcinka presents real strategies for getting to the root of the emotions and needs that can create daily hassles.

But power struggles aren't just about winning and losing. Kids, Parents and Power Struggles is an incredible guide that includes elements from these many readings, explains the "compassionate parenting" philosophy in a clear and convincing way (great for helping partners, family, and friends to understand this approach to parenting), and is the only book that I found to provide an effective and /5(49).

We are kicking off our new book study on Mary Sheedy Kurcinka’s “Kids, Parents, and Power Struggles: Winning for a Lifetime.” Some of you may be familiar with Mary Sheedy Kurcinka’s book, “Raising Your Spirited Child,” but this book is just as wonderful and I think applicable across a wide range of ages and stages.

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Parents who can shift to seeing their child's struggle for power as a positive sign can find useful ways for the child to feel powerful and valuable and dealing with power struggles in ways that reduce fighting and create cooperative relationships that.

Book Review: Kids, Parents, And Power Struggles: Winning For A Lifetime Want to avoid emotional warfare. Read Kids, Parents, and Power Struggles, which will help you better understand — and respond to — your child's needs.

Power struggles between parents and children most often occur in the toddler and teen years, but can happen at any time. This book is for parents whose children push for control beyond the limits of their development and maturity or beyond the parents' comfort t clear guidance from parents, children flounder.

“Kids, Parents, and Power Struggles is a helpful addition to the parenting literature and a delight to read. Kurcinka’s vivid descriptions bring to light common conflicts, but her primary lesson is that power struggles give parents an opportunity to teach their children better ways of expressing frustration, anger, jealousy, and other emotions.4/5.

Chapter 12 in “Kids, Parents, and Power Struggles,” author Mary Sheedy Kurcinka writes on page“Everyone has suggestions for you. If you’d just be tougher or provide more structure, they advise, but you already feel like you’re a drill sargeant living in a book camp.

Kids, Parents, and Power Struggles helps to unravel the mysteries of power struggles by recognizing that every child is unique and every discipline situation different. The author presents successful strategies for understanding emotions, managing intensity, and identifying triggers.5/5(1).

In Kids, Parents, and Power Struggles, she offers unique approaches to solving the daily, and often draining, power struggles between you and your child. Kurcinka views these conflicts as rich opportunities to teach your child essential life skills, like how to Format: Ebook.

A power struggle is when a child refuses to do something and the parent continues to insist on the child “Do it now.” The ongoing banter can become a battle of the wills as the parent says, “Yes,” and the child says, “No.” The longer this argument carries on, the more difficult it becomes to get the child to comply.

Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Kids, Parents, and Power Struggles: Winning for a Lifetime at Read honest /5(15). These children cause great anxiety, panic, and dread in parents and teachers. Adults feel that, when a child desires power, he wants to take some of our power.

Because we do not want to lose control of the classroom or home, we embroil ourselves in power struggles born of our refusal to surrender our power. Parents tend to trigger power struggles like no other adult. Request a window into his behavior when they are around others – you might be quite proud of what you see.

Reminding yourself that by navigating disputes inside your home your child is gaining skills that will serve him well outside the home.Every family experiences power struggles. But these daily tugs of war are not inevitable. Kids, Parents, and Power Struggles helps you to unravel the mysteries of power struggles by offering insights into individual differences and normal patterns, recognizing that every child is unique and every discipline situation is different.

Dr. In Kids, Parents, and Power Struggles, she offers unique approaches to solving the daily, and often draining, power struggles between you and your child. Kurcinka views these conflicts as rich opportunities to teach your child essential life skills, like how to deal with strong emotions and problem solve.5/5(1).