By Jo Douglas
As each guardian understands, taking care of children is profoundly worthwhile, however it is also tremendous hard and frustrating.Toddler problems covers quite a lot of commonplace boy or girl behaviour and its linked dilemmas, from, consuming, dozing, potty-training and self-discipline, to extra thought-provoking rules like being a good parent.Parent and scientific Psychologist Jo Douglas has been operating with households for over 25 years and is familiar with how difficult citing tots may be. during this marvelous new booklet, she offers a wealth of instruments that will help you during the ups and downs of citing under-5's, together with commonly asked Questions, charts, and interviews.Toddler problems is the perfect significant other for any dad or mum as they negotiate the pleasures and perils of elevating children."...not easily one other 'opinionated' baby care textual content, yet person who is evidence-led at any place possible.... I heartily suggest it."—Professor Martin Herbert, medical Psychologist
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Doing things for your child rather than encouraging self-reliance and coping skills will make your child more dependent and he will not realise that he can manage on his own. As your toddler grows he will want to be more independent. Your job is to help him through safe transitions so that he learns to manage by himself, become more self-reliant and confident. You need to let him go a little in order for him to develop and learn. 48 Being a positive parent Suzie, aged 4 years, would cry about doing PE at nursery as she could not do up her buttons.
Write down a list of all of the things you like and enjoy about your child. He may be very affectionate, have lovely blond curly hair, love to look at books, be cuddly, have a good sense of humour, have a lovely infectious laugh. These are important characteristics as they counter all of the problems you are coping with, his hyperactivity, his temper tantrums and his bedwetting. Despite his problems you love him. Sadly, the problems can start to overshadow the good points and it is easy to lose sight of the child that you love.
Jack, aged 5 years, was lying continually at home and at nursery. He made up complex stories about how his father had a new car, that he had a special new toy at home, that his cat had been run over and a number of other smaller everyday lies. His parents were very worried and had tried a number of punishments none of which had any long-term effect. His father was a very strict and critical man who felt that Jack needed to be toughened up to face the world. He did not believe in saying something was good if he didn’t think that it was, and tended to treat his son as he did his subordinates at work.
Toddler Troubles: Coping with Your Under-5s (Family Matters) by Jo Douglas