Revue de presse
On Faber and Mazlish's "How to Talk so Kids Will Listen": '...down to earth guide to shaping the parent-child relationship and resolving family conflicts.' --The Guardian
On Faber and Mazlish's "Siblings Without Rivalry": 'Full of insights and techniques that can help restore harmony in warring households.' --Time Out
On their bestseller "How to Talk so Teens Will Listen": 'Just read this brilliant exposé on the teenage psyche.' --Lovereading
Présentation de l'éditeur
Award-winning experts Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish explain the countless ways the use of language can build self-esteem, inspire confidence and encourage responsibility. With easy to follow examples and case studies, they ll show you how to take simple effect steps that will change the mood in your home and empower children in unexpected ways. Of mishaps: Instead of Now look what you did! try The milk spilled. We need a sponge. Of misbehaviour: Instead of Bad boy! No more crayons for you! try Walls are not for writing on. Paper is for writing on. Of feelings: Instead of Stop crying. It s only a scratch! try A scratch can hurt. Full of humanity and wisdom, this is an invaluable guide to bringing out the best in relationships inside your family.