Frank Lawlis has provided thousands of parents with vital information they needed to confront their children's challenges. With Mending the Broken Bond , he turns his expertise to another important subject- how to recover an emotional bond between parent and child.
Lawlis leads parents through a ninety-day program of practical steps and action plans toward building - or rebuilding - a positive, loving, and healthy bond with their children. Mending the Broken Bond teaches parents how to-.
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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Dec 08, Charlene rated it really liked it. Take a look back at what you learned growing up and use the good things, bag the rest. Cooking with children is good. Know your own body and the messages that your communicating whether you know it or not. Love your child and love being with them! Be a good parent.
Mending the Broken Bond: The 90-Day Answer to Developing a Loving Relationship with Your Child
Sep 25, Ana rated it it was amazing. Different, excellent, no more band-aids! Applies to all relationships.
It all begins with me, myself and I. Jan 16, Maggie rated it really liked it Shelves: As the parent of a teenage child, I loved this book for it's wisdom, compassion, depth of understanding, hard look at reality, lack of blame and focus on 'what to do', actual instructions which are annoyingly available in every small child development book but impossible to find in books on teenagers instead of just meandering reflection, and the author's voice, which manages to be commanding and instructive without being off putting or condescending. He clearly and totally gets it.
I also r As the parent of a teenage child, I loved this book for it's wisdom, compassion, depth of understanding, hard look at reality, lack of blame and focus on 'what to do', actual instructions which are annoyingly available in every small child development book but impossible to find in books on teenagers instead of just meandering reflection, and the author's voice, which manages to be commanding and instructive without being off putting or condescending.
I also really appreciated the many points on what could be causing a problem, including learning disability, food allergy, etc. The author has decades of experience 'healing' rifts with teenagers and parents, and although accepts that drugs are at times necessary, is adamant that over diagnosing is rampant due to a simple lack of looking at other areas to spot problems. He regularly sees teens who shed their oftentimes many diagnoses after the real problem is correctly accessed and dealt with.
Often, the problem DOES include a family dynamic or parent, and I was impressed with how much I was left considering after reading this wonderful book. Apr 09, Megan Price rated it it was ok.
Mending the broken bond : the day answer to repairing your relationship with your child
This book contained a lot of science data as well as applicable skills to improve your relationship with your child. Not all of the information in the book was interesting or applied to my life. The information was organized very well so it's easy to skip to the "good stuff" if need be.
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