Magazine article Work & Family Life

A Pioneering Guide to Emotionally Intelligent Parenting

Magazine article Work & Family Life

A Pioneering Guide to Emotionally Intelligent Parenting

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Originally published in 1965, the late Dr. Haim G. Ginott's book Between Parent and Child went on to sell more than five million copies and was translated into 30 languages. It appeared on the New York Times bestseller list for more than a year and became a landmark that completely changed the way parents and experts in the field thought about communicating with children.

A new edition of Between Parent and Child, revised and updated by the author's widow, clinical psychologist Dr. Alice Ginott, and Dr. H. Wallace Goddard, professor of family life at the University of Arkansas, offers communication techniques for empathetic yet disciplined childrearing. As wise and relevant today as it ever was, this book will show new generations of parents how to:

* Discipline without threats, bribes, sarcasm and punishment (see front page story). …

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