The A to Z Guide To Raising Happy Confident Kids

Dr. Jenn Interview

As an experienced therapist, a parenting expert on television and radio, an award-winning columnist, and a parent, Dr. Jenn Berman provides insightful and informative advice to parents as they guide their children through early childhood. The A to Z Guide to Raising Happy, Confident Kids addresses twenty-six of the most important issues that modern parents face. Each self-contained and easy-to-read chapter covers a different topic, allowing busy parents to quickly find and read what they need. You’ll turn to this great resource again and again as your children grow.

The Chapters: A to Z

Introduction
A Is for Apple: Helping Your Children Form a Healthy Relationship with Food
B Is for Bogeyman: Understanding and Addressing Childhood Fears
C Is for Cheering: Being a Great Sports Parent
D Is for Double Trouble: Raising Twins
E Is for Eenie Meanie: Helping Children Become Good Decision Makers
F Is for Free to Be Me!: Raising Kids with Great Self-esteem
G Is for Gimme, Gimme: Raising Down-to-earth Children
H Is for Hero: Being a Great Dad
I Is for “I Don’t Wanna Go”: Helping the Child Who Doesn’t Want to Go to School
J Is for Jumping Jacks: Helping Your Children Love Exercise
K Is for Kitty Cat: Keeping Pets in the Home
L Is for Lovebug: Teaching Your Child about Love
M Is for Mary Poppins: Finding Good Childcare
N Is for Noodles and Nuggets: Eating Meals Together
O Is for Ouch: Making Visits to the Doctor Painless
P Is for Priorities: Spending Time with Loved Ones
Q Is for Quarters: Teaching Your Kids about Money
R Is for Riddles and Rainbows: Promoting Creativity in Your Child
S Is for SOS (Save Our Siblings): Dealing with Sibling Rivalry
T Is for Teletubbies: Understanding the Effects of TV on Your Child
U Is for Uno: Parenting Your Only Child
V Is for Vegging Out: Letting Your Child Have Downtime
W Is for Wedded Bliss: Keeping Your Marriage Strong
X Is for X Chromosome: Raising a Girl
Y Is for Y Chromosome: Raising a Boy
Z Is for Getting Zzz’s: Helping Your Child Get a Good Night’s Sleep
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