To Listen To A Child & Understanding The Normal Problems Of Growing Up : Understanding the Normal Problems of Growing Up
Fears, feeding, and sleep problems, croup and tantrums, stomachaches, asthma: these are some of the problems that every parent worries about at one time or another. According to Dr. Brazelton, most of these are a normal part of growing up. Only if parents add their own anxieties to the child's natural drive toward master will these "normal problems" become laden with guilt and tension and deepen into chronic issues. If parents can learn to listen, to hear the stress that may lie behind psychosomatic complaints, they can not only remove some of the excess pressures, but also help their children toward self-understanding.
- Paperback | 192 pages
- 154.2 x 233.9 x 14.7mm | 293.61g
- 20 Nov 1992
- INGRAM PUBLISHER SERVICES US
- Da Capo Press Inc
- Reading, MA, United Kingdom
- Revised ed.
Table of contents
* Introduction Love and Fears * How Babies Learn About Love * Fears in Small Children * When A Child Is Sad * Thumbsucking and Loveys: Steps * Towards Independence * Spacing Children Common Issues * Discipline * Feeding: Pleasure or Battleground? * Sleep Psychosomatic Problems * Stomachaches and Headaches * Handling Croup, Seizures and Other Acute Emergencies * Asthma * Bedwetting: Whose Success Is It? * Listening to the Hospitalized Child
About T. Berry Brazelton
T. Berry Brazelton, M.D., founder of the Child Development Unit at Children's Hospital Boston, is Clinical Professor of Pediatrics Emeritus at Harvard Medical School and Professor of Pediatrics and Human Development at Brown University. He is a famed advocate for children, and his many other internationally acclaimed books for parents include To Listen to a Child, Infants and Mothers, and, with Stanley I. Greenspan, M.D., The Irreducible Needs of Children.