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Raising a Happy Child: A Practical Guide (English Edition) Format Kindle


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The myth of childhood is that it is a happy, carefree time. But typically it is neither carefree nor happy. Raising a Happy Child seeks to change this fact of human development. 

Why do children suffer this fate? What becomes of our lives is overwhelmingly a function of learned experience ... from our family, our peers, and the larger culture ... but first and foremost from our parents. The vast majority of parents are good people and would not do anything intentionally to harm their child.  But parents are people who are a function of their own upbringing and learned experience. They have their own fears, frustrations, angers, and desires. And they see things through the lens of that experience and those emotions, which in turn impacts how they interact with their children. The result is children who do not feel loved unconditionally, are as a consequence insecure, and grow up to become insecure adults who do not love themselves unconditionally.  This is the primal basis of our fears and neuroses.

But this does not mean that parents should simply lavish praise on their children, give them what they want, or be uncritical of their children.  Direction and criticism are important parental functions; the question is how they are given, in what context. Raising a Happy Child seeks to provide parents with the means to step outside themselves, to be able to experience their child, themselves, and the world around them mostly free of their learned experience and emotions, thus enabling them to provide their children at all times with the nurturing and unconditional love they need to be happy and secure. 


The book then guides parents through the critical development stages of a child's life, providing advice on how to address the significant issues that arise at each stage within the context of unconditional love.  Raising a Happy Child  seeks nothing less than to fundamentally alter the quality of the relationship between parents and children, and thus change the way children relate to themselves and the world around them.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 306 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 84 pages
  • Editeur : ThePracticalBuddhist.com Publishing (2 janvier 2013)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00AWGCXSE
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HASH(0x9c3cbb94) étoiles sur 5 Help yourself, help your child 23 janvier 2014
Par Patrick Sandvoss - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I was an unhappy child who grew up to be an unhappy adult; almost a poster child for this book. So when I bought it as a gift for a close friend who is having her first child, I decided to read it myself. It's been an eye-opener. After years of therapy, I finally have insight into why I have struggled with discontent and unhappiness my whole life. Fear, guilt, and shame were learned as a child because I was raised in an insecure environment without unconditional love and compassion. Clearly my parents, while doing the best they could, did not practice the principles laid out in this book because, as the author makes clear, before parents can foster happiness in their child, they must find it in themselves. Chapter 2 would have provided a powerful prescription for creating that peace and happiness in themselves, benefiting both them and me.

But all is not lost. I have applied the lessons of that chapter to myself and it's been life-changing. Using the described tools, especially the affirmations, I am happier and more effective now in dealing with all aspects of what for me had been a difficult family life and relationships.

I liked that the book deals directly with the challenges to raising a happy child in the prevailing culture. So many of my issues arose from a lack of strength in dealing with that culture. And I had no real support from my parents.

There is no question in my mind that had I been raised with the unconditional love and nurturing advocated by this book, my life and my parents' life would have been very different. They would have been happier, our relationship would have been better, and I would have grown up happy and secure.
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