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Building Resilience in Children and Teens: Giving Kids Roots and Wings (Anglais) Broché – 15 avril 2011


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The 2011 Book of the Year; Gold Award for Parenting, ForeWord Reviews The 2011 Awards for Parenting Books, The Silver Award, eLit Awards The 2013 Nautilus Book Awards, Silver Award --.

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Families, schools, and communities can prepare children and teens to thrive through both good and challenging times. Building Resilience in Children and Teens offers strategies to help kids from 18 months to 18 years build seven crucial Cs - competence, confidence, connection, character, contribution, coping, and control - so they can excel in life and bounce back from challenges. The book describes how to raise authentically successful children who will be happy, hardworking, compassionate, creative, and innovative. Dr. Ginsburg reminds parents that our goal is to think in the present and prepare for the future, to remember that our real goal is to raise children to be successful 35-year-olds. It's about more than immediate smiles or even good grades; it's about raising kids to be emotionally and socially intelligent, to be able to recover from disappointment and forge ahead throughout their lives. The stable connection between caring adults and children is the key to the security that allows kids to creatively master challenges and reach their highest potential. This book offers concrete strategies to solidify those vital family connections. Resilience is also about confronting the overwhelming stress kids face today. This invaluable guide offers coping strategies for facing the stresses of academic performance, high achievement standards, media messages, peer pressure, and family tension. Young people too commonly survive stress by indulging in unhealthy behaviors or by giving up completely The suggested solutions offered here are aimed at building a repertoire of positive coping strategies. Kids who have these healthy strategies in place may be less likely to turn to those quick, easy, but dangerous fixes that adults fear. The book includes a guide for teens to create their own customized positive coping strategies. The second edition of this award-winning book continues to focus on parents, but now also offers wisdom about how schools and communities can best support families. It is updated throughout and entirely new chapters offer strategies on how best to: support military families, confront the negative portrayal of teens, prevent perfectionism and support authentic success. Finally, the book now guides parents how to recharge and rebound when their own resilience reaches its limits.

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HASH(0x8bb10828) étoiles sur 5 If you want to launch kids who can handle adversity - READ THIS BOOK! 16 juillet 2011
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Dr. Ginsburg breaks it down and builds us (and our kids) up. This book helps parents understand why kids have difficulty solving their own problems. The author acknowledges clearly (as a dad of 2 teens himself) how hard it is to get out of the way while our kids are doing the hard work of growing up. Then he teaches us how to give them the skills they need so that we can have confidence in them, and let them face the challenges on their own two feet. Better yet, he tells us WHY we should and gives us the courage to do it.

Building Resilience in Children and Teens builds resilience in parents by boosting our own "7 crucial C's." Dr. Ginsburg practices what he preaches by teaching parents healthy coping mechanisms, building our confidence and competence to handle our children's pain as they make mistakes and learn to fix them on their own.

I echo the reviewer who said "Run, don't walk, to your computer to order this book!"
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HASH(0x8bb10ee8) étoiles sur 5 Great resource for tips and strategies 6 juillet 2011
Par Lonnette - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Dr. Ken Ginsburg's book, published by the American Academy of Pediatrics, is an engrossing read. The topic of resilience has been buzzing around parenting circles for several years now, and many books have been published offering advice, but Dr. Ginsburg's book stands apart for several reasons.

First, as a pediatrician specializing in adolescent medicine, his writing on child development is nuanced and holistic. Not only does he understand the medical aspects of maturation, Dr. Ginsburg brings a practical, strategic, empathic stance to his subject matter.

While there's no finger-pointing or blame-laying, Dr. Ginsburg is also clear in his observations how and (more interestingly) why many parents misstep. It's a compassionate view of a complex dynamic, and as a father of two himself, he understands first-hand the challenge parents face in making sense of their actions and attitudes towards their children.

As a parent education programmer, I find that audiences are hungry for not only deep theory, but for counsel on how to effectively implement the theories. This book is a great resource, full of tips and strategies for addressing a broad range of issues that crop up parenting children and teens.

Last, Dr. Ginsburg's concepts are "sticky" -- i.e., insightful, direct and fresh. They stay with me during the day -- that's a huge compliment in this super-saturated world we live in.
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HASH(0x8ba47ec4) étoiles sur 5 All parents should read this!!! 23 septembre 2013
Par A. Brown - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I had my daughter later in life on purpose. We wanted to do a few things as husband & wife first. After having a daughter age 40 she is now turning 5 this year. We really were looking for how to help her make good choices but not be a helicopter parent. At her age you want to shield them from many things. Of course I am not talking about dangerous situations, but getting their feelings hurt or setting your goals too high. This book really helps you realize what is most important "is the journey" along the way . The importance of free play with no guidelines & letting them have an imagination on their own. Not picking them up immediately after every spill builds personal strength in a different way. Not signing them up for every activity and expecting them to preform. I have learned so much & will more than likely read it later in her life as well for a reminder for me! LOVE THIS BOOK!
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HASH(0x8c7383b0) étoiles sur 5 A Must Read for the Mindful Parent" 8 décembre 2011
Par Karen - Publié sur Amazon.com
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"Building Resilience in Children and Teens : Giving Kids Roots and Wings" is a must read for the mindful parent. Dr. Ginsburg, the antithesis of the Tiger Mom, encourages parents to raise future, healthy 35 year olds rather than focusing on the short term goals of a high school graduate.

Intelligent, candid and poignant, Dr. Ginsburg delivers his 7 crucial C's of resilience in a comprehensive manner and provides practical guidance in all areas of wellness. He delightfully incorporates stories from his experiences making the text extremely engaging. The combination of his medical background, parental role and professorial delivery makes him a credible advocate for children and adolescents.

In addition to being an excellent parent resource, this book is a fantastic book club selection, guide for educators, or a basic reminder of what is important in life. As a mother of four children, ages 6-15, and an educator, I highly recommend this book to all.
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HASH(0x8b9a3558) étoiles sur 5 This book is a keeper! 26 octobre 2012
Par Wendie Lubic - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I recently co-wrote the curriculum for a 4 part parenting class on resilience. As part of our research for the class, we read the top 5 books on resilience that were on the market, both for information, but also to select a companion text for the class. Our hands down top pick was "Building Resilience" by Ken Ginsburg. The book is extremely readable, but also contains solid nuggets of information that stick with the reader for long afterward. In fact, the class participants all told us that they enjoyed reading the book, and that it added to the information that we presented in the class.

Ken Ginsburg recently spoke to our Parenting organization, the Parent Encouragement Program in Kensington, MD. He brought his latest book, "Letting Go with Love and Confidence." I bought that one as well, and am looking forward to reading it.

As someone who has been teaching parenting classes for more than 17 years, I highly recommend "Building Resilience" to everyone, no matter where you are in your parenting journey.

Wendie Lubic, The College Lady and the Parent Encouragement Program
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