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Positive Discipline: The First Three Years: From Infant to Toddler--Laying the Foundation for Raising a Capable, Confident Child [Format Kindle]

Jane Nelsen Ed.D. , Cheryl Erwin , Roslyn Ann Duffy

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Make a Difference During the Most Important Years of Your Child's Life

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Make a Difference During the Most Important Years of Your Child's Life
The months leading up to the birth of a child are filed with joy, dreams, plans—and a few worries. As a caring parent, you want to start your child out in life on the proper foundation. But where do you go for the answers to such questions as: How do I communicate with an infant who doesn't understand words? How can I effectively teach boundaries to my toddler? Should I ever spank my child?
Over the years, millions of parents just like you have come to trust Jane Nelsen's classic Positive Discipline series. These books offer a commonsense approach to child-rearing that so often is lacking in today's world. In Positive Discipline: The First Three Years, you'll learn how to use kind but firm support to raise a child who is both capable and confident. You'll find practical solutions and solid advice on how to:
·Encourage independence and exploration while providing appropriate boundaries
·Use non-punitive methods to instill valuable social skills and positive behavior inside and outside the home
·Recognize when your child is ready to master the challenges of sleeping, eating, and potty training, and how to avoid the power struggles that often come with those lessons
·Identify your child's temperament
·Understand what the latest research in brain development tells us about raising healthy children
·And much, much more!
Containing real-life examples of challenges other parents and caregivers have faced, Positive Discipline: The First Three Years is the one book that no parent should be without.

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78 internautes sur 84 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
3.0 étoiles sur 5 divided - some good advice but not a good book. 28 janvier 2011
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I am so divided on this book. On one hand, I like the philosophy and it has given me a whole new view on my toddler. I now realize he is no longer a baby and I need to give him more independence, like letting him try to put on his own clothes, or giving him tasks like asking him to put things away. In many ways, it has made me stop and think about my reactions to his natural explorations - and I've been able to change my reaction or use a more effective tactic to redirect him.

Similar to The Happiest Toddler on the Block: How to Eliminate Tantrums and Raise a Patient, Respectful, and Cooperative One- to Four-Year-Old: Revised Edition, it has the philosophy that you will not need punitive time-outs (or other punishments) if you work with the toddlers' nature. If you give your child the attention they need, as well as plan ahead for difficult situations like visits to a jewelry store (to give one example from the book), and understand their natural inclinations and development stages, you can avoid many discipline problems. It was great to understand that "No, don't touch that." is completely ineffective; I've stopped interacting that way with my 18 month son. Now, I instead say "could you give that to mommy?" and he does.

But the authors make the mistake of explaining every good technique with a bad example. In other words, I am forced to read sad stories of misguided parents, children who are spanked for asking questions, kids in bad childcare, and what ill effects it has on the kids. It makes me sad, depressed, and in the case of timeouts, which my pediatrician told me to try, now I feel guilty for scarring my poor kid for life with my timeouts!

Also, nary an assertion is made that has a footnote. No, these folks don't like to reference any actual studies that one could look up and learn more about. Lame. In particular, there was a section on how there is a narrow window to wean your child from breastfeeding, before it becomes "habit". Great, now my kid is a breastfeeding addict. I guess it's better than drugs. I couldn't find any evidence of this anywhere - where is the proof of this supposed "weaning" window?

I've read actual scholarly books on the effect of TV on children, but they (wrongly in my opinion) did not reference the people who did these studies, as they should have. It's called proper citation and you're supposed to give the credit to the researchers and writers who come before you.

another part that killed me - you're not supposed to let your kid see you working at a computer. If you work from home, it said, try not to let your child see you spending so much time in front of a screen. Excuse me? I'm a professional IT project manager and I do use a computer for work, as do the developers I work with. It's a great career. I'm supposed to be ashamed of it and hide it from my kids? Why? I'd love it if they grew up and used a computer someday - it's good clean work! I mean, we can take our kids to see the firefighters and the police, but we can't let them see that people work with computers? B.S. All "screens" were lumped into the same category. I agree that I do not play violent video games in front of my kid and the only tv show we watch once per week, we watch (and discuss) together. But I don't consider my cellphone and my computer to be evil and things that I need to hide from my kid. When I read that chapter, I really started to lose it and didn't want to finish.

I loved the final chapter and it gave me a much more positive spin. It was all about appreciating these little moments from babyhood through toddlerhood. I also appreciated their support of childcare, and how to find a good childcare situation - all too often, parenting books that otherwise resonate me will put down childcare or assume that I am a full-time parent. (During babyhood, I was more into attachment parenting but I had to make serious adjustments considering that I was a working mom.)

In the end, Dr. Karpp's Happiest Toddler book is a much better read on the same topic. It's more lighthearted and won't pull at your heartstrings with sad stories or prick you with the guilt pitchfork.
41 internautes sur 49 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Disappointing 1 mai 2012
Par newmama - Publié sur Amazon.com
I was very disappointed in this book. It is largely based on opinions, and unsupported old-fashioned ones at that. While I agree with the Positive Discipline approach of staying away from punitive measures, understanding child development and what's behaviorally normal, focusing on solutions, etc., the authors seem to subscribe to and advocate a very outdated view of "spoiling". They suggest that "cry-it-out" is the only method to get your child to sleep and that anything else teaches children that they aren't capable. On weaning, they suggest weaning by 10-12 months (earlier than the AAP recommendation of at least one year). They say " We know people who advocate nursing children as old as six or eight years old", suggesting that it's either wean around one year, or nurse for that long! Most children who are allowed to wean themselves wean long before 6-8 years! About spoiling babies they say "Don't worry about spoiling your baby during the first three months of life. It can happen, but it is very rare." What?? I would love to know exactly what a spoiled three month old looks like and where the authors got their information on the rate of such spoilage They don't cite any evidence for these ridiculous claims. Of course not -- it doesn't exist!
All in all I wish I had not spent the money on the book. While I'm sure there are some good ideas for positive discipline, but I think they can all be found in much better, more evidence based books.
13 internautes sur 15 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Good philosophy overall, but scarce on specific examples 23 novembre 2010
Par hestia74 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a good resource for parents who want to be proactive with discipline matters with their toddlers. It gives a solid, basic overview of all the different areas where discipline might become an issue: sleep, eating, potty training, behavior towards other children, tantrums, etc. What I didn't like about the book was that it didn't give enough specific examples on how to handle certain situations. It took a more philosophical approach, which is great, but not very good on specifics. For example, the author mentions that breastfeeding during the night makes the child more demanding of you during the day (and being an all-night breastfeeding co-sleeper I know what she means), but then she does not give specific advice on how you could wean your child at night. She champions CIO methods, which I don't support at all, and doesn't give any other alternative. So when you finish reading you stay with the impression that only parents who make their child sleep alone in a separate room are the only ones who can have a capable, confident child, which goes against co-sleeping research. However, she gives what I think is very sound advice in other areas, especially when it comes to the notion that you cannot make a child feel capable and confident about him/herself when you constantly "discipline" him/her through spanking, shame and humiliation.
11 internautes sur 13 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 This book as been wonderful for my son and me. 9 mars 2012
Par Krissy - Publié sur Amazon.com
I don't understand all the negative reviews for this book. I have thoroughly enjoyed this book and I think it has been wonderful for my son and me. Before reading the ideas in this book, all I knew to do was say no, stop and don't. I didn't have a clue that my son was too young to understand these things yet. We'd both get frustrated at each other and I'd sometimes end up giving him a little spanking, then feeling awful about it afterward. I looked for help and found this book and it has made a wonderful difference. I understand my son's developmental stages now and what he is able to understand and do. I've learned some great techniques and he and I are happier and haven't had a spanking since. Yes, the book promotes distraction and redirection, but that's what children this young seem to understand. They need to know what they can do and not just what they can't. The other principles of the book work to build self confidence and good self esteem in your child. What couldn't be good about that? I've recommended this book to all my new mom friends and I'm getting my husband to read it next.
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 parenting magazine suggested read 1 janvier 2011
Par DaveH - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I was thumbing through my parenting magazine the other day and saw this book listened. Since there are so many views on parenting, and so much advice given to me, I thought about finding a book that would keep things positive and be against any form of physical punishment. I was surprised and delighted that in my reading the author mentions children shouldn't be punishmed at all! And time-outs shouldn't be given to children before a certain age. I liked the author's ideas of positive time outs where the adult joins the child and helps him/her calm down. I have tried a couple of the techniques already, that seem so obvious and simple now, but before I thought I had tried everything! Distracting your child from things he/she isn't supposed to be getting into is now my biggest help tool. I'm a first time mother, and don't always agree on parenting styles of other people I know. I'm glad this book keeps things simple and encourages children to explore and learn while playing with their toys---not forcing flashcards. I will be purchasing other books by the same author in the future!
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