Kids in Crisis: A Workable Plan for Successful Parenting

Kids in Crisis A Workable Plan for Successful Parenting From the popularity of militant nanny reality shows to the ever struggling disciplinary systems in our schools there s evidence that and kids are seriously spinning out of control For any mom or dad

  • Title: Kids in Crisis: A Workable Plan for Successful Parenting
  • Author: Ross Wright Dean Merrill
  • ISBN: 9780805443998
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Paperback
  • From the popularity of militant nanny reality shows to the ever struggling disciplinary systems in our schools, there s evidence that and kids are seriously spinning out of control For any mom or dad who thinks a certain child is just too tough to handle, Kids in Crisis provides a sane, workable plan for successful parenting.Author Ross Wright culls his wisdomFrom the popularity of militant nanny reality shows to the ever struggling disciplinary systems in our schools, there s evidence that and kids are seriously spinning out of control For any mom or dad who thinks a certain child is just too tough to handle, Kids in Crisis provides a sane, workable plan for successful parenting.Author Ross Wright culls his wisdom from the trenches, having than twenty years of experience in the youth care field ranging from work at psychiatric institutes to his current role as executive director of a remarkably successful Christian foster care agency Inside his engaging analysis of child development and behavior is the all important theme of identifying strengths By helping rebellious young people focus on what they do well, they in turn learn responsibility by having something to care about, to protect, and to productively share with others.Written ideally with prevention than intervention in mind, the book still speaks to parents who may currently be dealing with intense problems, from anger and mood disorders to violent acts, drug use, and teenage pregnancy.

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    1. Wonderful and helpful. As a family who has recently taken in foster children who have been through trauma, this was exactly what I hoped it would be. It isn't just "tips," it's a whole new way of thinking about these kiddos and what they've been through. Highly recommended to anyone who is or will be parenting children who have been through trauma.

    2. This is a great book--and not just for those with "kids in crisis." While it's written especially for those who are fostering, there are some highly practical ideas for every parent and anyone working with children and youth.

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