Children Are from Heaven: Positive Parenting Skills for Raising Cooperative, Confident, and Compassionate Children

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Pan Macmillan, 1999 - Child rearing - 356 pages
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Guide to child-raising, first published in the USA. Provides advice and information on bringing up children to be cooperative, confident and compassionate. Discusses topics such as improving communication, raising self-esteem, increasing motivation, accepting dfferences, making mistakes, expressing negative emotions and maintaining control. The author's other publications include 'Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus'.

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Review: Children Are from Heaven: Positive Parenting Skills for Raising Cooperative, Confident, and Compassionate Children

User Review  - Fraya - Goodreads

Would love to give up sooner... But I bought this book so far. I am not myself when i read this book, neither was the example is special nor realistic in making the parent move as a leader. No age is ... Read full review

Review: Children Are from Heaven: Positive Parenting Skills for Raising Cooperative, Confident, and Compassionate Children

User Review  - Steph - Goodreads

Is was good but dated. It was written in the 90's and reflected as such. Read full review

Contents

Children Are from Heaven
1
What Makes the Five Messages Work
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New Skills to Create Cooperation
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Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Author of the best selling Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus (1992) and its sequels, John Gray is a frequent guest on popular talk and news programs on both radio and television and teaches seminars on relationships and communication. He has written over fifteen books including Why Mars and Venus Collide. His books have been translated into 45 languages. He lived as a monk for nine years, receiving his bachelors and masters degrees in Creative Intelligence from Maharishi European Research University. He received his Ph.D. in psychology from Columbia Pacific University and is a Certified Family Therapist. He is also a consulting editor of The Family Journal. In 2001, he received the Smart Marriages Impact Award.

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