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[分享] 电子书:Adventures in Parenting: A Support Guide for Parents

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table of contents

IntroductIon ..........................................................................    7         
ParentIng StyleS  ..................................................................   9   
Parenting Styles Based on the Four Temperaments  .......   11
Parenting Styles Based on Psychological Profiles  ........... 23      
Parenting Styles  ......................................................... 29     
Polarities in Parenting Styles and Their Impacts          on Children ..............................................................  30  
Parent Survey, Description and Analysis ........................... 33
Parenting Questionnaire .................................................. 37   
Parenting Questionnaire Summary  .................................. 39         
HealIng tHe PaSt   The Impact of Our Own Parents  ...................................... 45
The Buck Stops Here:         What Are We Passing on to Our Children? ...................  45   
Recognizing Established Patterns .................................... 49                     
  Self-Observation and Transformation  .............................. 50                       
  Dealing with Anger  ........................................................... 57           
obServIng your cHIld   A Non-judgmental Approach to Observing Your Child  ..... 59               
Recognizing What Is You and What Is Your Child  ............ 62               
Creating Healthy Attachments and Bonding  ....................  62                       
What Stands behind the Behavior?   .................................  63  


recognIzIng and MeetIng tHe needS of cHIldren Unconditional Love and Validation ..................................... 67   Sensory Protection  ........................................................... 68 Feeling Safe and Secure  .................................................. 71   The Four Foundation Senses which Promote        a Healthy Sense of Security ...........................................  74       HoMe PrograM to addreSS develoPMental ISSueS............... 79   dIScIPlIne and HealtHy boundarIeS  The Need for Boundaries:   Do They Help or Hinder Child Development?  ............... 85
Setting Healthy Boundaries for Our Children:       Who Is in Charge?  ......................................................... 89
HelPIng our cHIldren to becoMe IndePendent IndIvIdualS  91

daIly lIfe: rHytHM, routIne and rItual  .............................. 93
SeaSonal feStIvalS  ................................................................ 99  

rHytHM of SleePIng and WakIng  .......................................... 103      
reflectIonS and concluSIon  ................................................ 106      
endnoteS  ............................................................................... 108
bIblIograPHy  .......................................................................... 111         

• introDuction
The hardest job in the world is being a good parent, and yet it is a job that comes with no training. Alas, children are not born with “how to” booklets attached to their ankles. Parenting is also an opportunity for adults to heal their own childhood by learning from their own children. Unfortunately, it also offers us an opportunity to repeat with our own children the mistakes of our parents. If we do not learn from the past, then we are destined to repeat it. One of the biggest burdens for parents is feeling guilty for their shortcomings, mistakes and inadequacies. These feelings are often based not on the reality, but on what the individual perceives he or she has or has not done. The feeling of guilt can be passed down through generations as a maternal or paternal legacy. Becoming a parent is a thrilling and often scary prospect. Most parents share with each other their dreams and fears for their children. They feel they could do more for their children, but are illprepared. They are surprised at how different their children are from each other: “My first child was so easy, calm, happy, not demanding. But my second child hit the deck running. He seems to be learning everything at a rapid pace, and we are having difficulty keeping up with him.” This scenario has also been stated in the reverse: the first child was the challenging one, while the second child is more calm and even able to help the older sibling. The point is: Each child is unique, although all children progress through archetypal stages of human development.

Adventures in Parenting: A Support Guide for Parents  
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