Good inside : a guide to becoming the parent you want to be / Dr. Becky Kennedy.
- ISBN: 9780063159488
- ISBN: 0063159481
- Physical Description: xiv, 315 pages ; 24 cm.
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York, NY : Harper Wave, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, 
- Copyright: ©2022
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Introduction -- Part I Dr. Becky's parenting principles. Good inside ; Two things are true ; Know your job ; The early years matter ; It's not too late ; Resilience > happiness ; Behavior is a window ; Reduce shame, increase connection ; Tell the truth ; Self-care -- Part II Building connection and addressing behaviors. Building connection capital ; Not listening ; Emotional tantrums ; Aggressive tantrums (hitting, biting, throwing) ; Sibling rivalry ; Rudeness and defiance ; Whining ; Lying ; Fears and anxiety ; Hesitation and shyness ; Frustration intolerance ; Food and eating habits ; Consent ; Tears ; Building confidence ; Perfectionism ; Separation anxiety ; Sleep ; Kids who don't like talking about feelings (deeply feeling kids) -- Conclusion.
"From Dr. Becky Kennedy, the popular psychologist known as the "Millennial Parenting Whisper," comes a groundbreaking guide that offers a new approach to parenting as well as practical solutions"-- Provided by publisher
Dr. Becky Kennedy, wildly popular parenting expert and creator of @drbeckyatgoodinside, shares her groundbreaking approach to raising kids and offers practical strategies for parenting in a way that feels good. Over the past several years, Dr. Becky Kennedy--known to her followers as "Dr. Becky"--has been sparking a parenting revolution. Millions of parents, tired of following advice that either doesn?t work or simply doesn?t feel good, have embraced Dr. Becky?s empowering and effective approach, a model that prioritizes connecting with our kids over correcting them. Parents have long been sold a model of childrearing that simply doesn't work. From reward charts to time outs, many popular parenting approaches are based on shaping behavior, not raising humans. These techniques don't build the skills kids need for life, or account for their complex emotional needs. Add to that parents' complicated relationships with their own upbringings, and it's easy to see why so many caretakers feel lost, burned out, and worried they're failing their kids. In Good Inside, Dr. Becky shares her parenting philosophy, complete with actionable strategies, that will help parents move from uncertainty and self-blame to confidence and sturdy leadership. Offering perspective-shifting parenting principles and troubleshooting for specific scenarios--including sibling rivalry, separation anxiety, tantrums, and more--Good Inside is a comprehensive resource for a generation of parents looking for a new way to raise their kids while still setting them up for a lifetime of self-regulation, confidence, and resilience.
Search for related items by subject
|Subject:||Parenting > Psychological aspects.
Parent and child > Psychological aspects.