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When I'm Sad (The Language of Parenting) by…

When I'm Sad (The Language of Parenting)

by Jane Aaron

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When children feel sadness, they need to know that this emotion is a normal part of life that everyone experiences and --more important--learns to deal with. When I'm Sad explains this difficult subject in a completely original and practical way. Jane Aaron's boldly illustrated, inviting children's books feature simple language and vivid images that children enthusiastically relate to. A question-and -answer guide accompanies each book to help parents simplify these complex feelings. Because it is often difficult to talk to children about such abstract concepts, Dr. Barbara Gardiner pinpoints the parents' role in the child's emotions and shows how to conduct age appropriate, meaningful dialogue. Through specific examples and suggestions, she she stresses the ABCs of parenting: acknowledging a vhild's feelings, having firm behavior expectations, and demonstrating consistency.

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Explains sadness as a normal part of life and discusses how to deal with it. Includes a parents' guide with examples and suggestions.

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