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"Save me! My child is acting like a brat!"
What parent hasn't thought her child was a brat at one point or another? Whether your child really is a brat, is at risk of becoming one, or is simply trying to grow up in a world filled with temptations and distractions, you'll love this book! It's the ultimate hands-on guide to cultivating character traits that are tried-and-true "bratbusters." Full of no-nonsense, practical "Tips and Scripts," You're Not the Boss of Me offers just the help you need to deal with many of the more challenging behaviors typical of four- to twelve-year-olds. With Betsy Brown Braun's humorous, supportive, and authoritative voice as a guide, navigating some of the most exasperating aspects of these formative years with confidence and laying the groundwork for your child's future just got a whole lot easier!
It's All Here—What to Say and Do to Help Your Child:
Betsy Brown Braun is the bestselling author of Just Tell Me What to Say, a renowned child development and behavior specialist, popular parent educator, and mother of adult triplets. She is a frequent speaker at educational and business conferences, has been a guest expert on Today, the Early Show, Good Morning America, and NPR, and has been cited in USA Today, the New York Times, Family Circle, Parents, Parenting, Cookie, and Woman's Day, among other publications. As the founder of Parenting Pathways, Inc., Betsy offers private consulting and parent seminars as well. She and her husband live in Pacific Palisades, California.
I ordered two of these one for me as a refresher and one as a gift. So far so good.Published 3 months ago by Linda Hargrave
I bought this book for a friend who had gotten so worn out as a parent her kids ruled the home.... This book has given the parents the tool to be Mom and Dad and set the rules... Read morePublished 4 months ago by CatMom3
If you are having trouble with your kids, read this book! Really good information for fixing a troublesome child or to prevent your child from becoming a brat.Published 4 months ago by Rebecca Hunter
I actually purchased this book for my daughter . We have a ten year old (very tween) and need all the sugestions posssible in approaches to "Just Gettin Along". Read morePublished 5 months ago by BARBARA WILLIAMS
I bought this book for my son but I read it also and found it very informative and valuable. Hope he will read it as I am very sure they
could make great use of it and their... Read more