Poor Eaters: Helping Children Who Refuse to Eat

Synopsis

Finally a comprehensive guide has arrived for frustrated parents who have trouble feeding their children. Dr. Macht, a respected educational psychologist, has originated strategies that have achieved remarkable results in getting children to eat right. Dr. Macht cuts to the root of the dilemma and emphasizes the relationship between a child's total family environment and his eating disorder. The individuality of each child is an important factor in assessing the most suitable approach for dealing with food refusal. This valuable book constitutes a major breakthrough for parents, physicians, and educators alike. It offers parents a hoped-for reprieve from the battle that often takes place at the kitchen table, But most of all, it will change the lives of countless children who will finally learn to appreciate and enjoy the benefits of healthy eating.

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Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1990