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I no che aiutano a crescere by Asha Phillips
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I no che aiutano a crescere (edition 2001)

by Asha Phillips

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Asha Phillips writes as both a child psychotherapist and a mother, using case studies as well as informal anecdotes from family and friends as illustrations. She strips away the negative associations surrounding the word 'no' and celebrates change and setting limits as essential ingredients in development. In a new introduction, Asha Phillips explains why the idea of limits and boundaries have become ever more pertinent since the book was first published. Now with a new chapter on illness in the family, Saying No can continue to build confidence and self-esteem in both children and parents.… (more)
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Title:I no che aiutano a crescere
Authors:Asha Phillips
Info:Milano, Feltrinelli, 2001
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De vegades, com a mare, cal que algú et digui que t'equivocaràs, que no seràs sempre coherent, i que NO PASSA RES!!! Això també educa als teus fills. Hi ha moltes més coses, l'establiment de límits, les negociacions, de nadons a l'adolescència... però jo em quedo amb això. ( )
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Asha Phillips writes as both a child psychotherapist and a mother, using case studies as well as informal anecdotes from family and friends as illustrations. She strips away the negative associations surrounding the word 'no' and celebrates change and setting limits as essential ingredients in development. In a new introduction, Asha Phillips explains why the idea of limits and boundaries have become ever more pertinent since the book was first published. Now with a new chapter on illness in the family, Saying No can continue to build confidence and self-esteem in both children and parents.

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