Positive Discipline for Blended Families
Nurturing Harmony, Respect, and Unity in your New StepfamilyBook - 1997
If you're part of a blended family, you know the special challenges faced by couples with children from previous relationships. You want to help everyone grow into a loving family unit, but you're not sure how to do it. It's especially hard on the kids, and that makes the parents? job that much more difficult. Positive discipline can make the difference. Guaranteeing everyone mutual respect and dignity, this amazingly effective approach to family issues can help you:Break down the barriers that block communication Build a sense of belonging and commitment uniting every member of the family Understand family members? actions and encourage cooperation Establish new traditions, such as family meetings, that will help your family bond And much more Positive discipline is practiced by thousands of parents and teachers. It can help your blended household become a loving, peaceful home. Make positive discipline a part of your family life right now!About the Authors /Jane Nelsen, Ed. D., is a marriage, family, and child counselor who has been active in the positive discipline movement for over a decade. Cheryl Erwin, M.A., is also a marriage and family therapist and a parenting consultant in private practice. /H. Stephen Glenn is a nationally renowned seminar leader and writer.
Publisher: Rocklin, Calif. : Prima Pub., c1997.
Characteristics: xii, 192 p. ; 22 cm.