Self-Reg PDF ePub eBook

Books Info:

Self-Reg free pdf Today's children are under serious stress - they are under pressure to succeed at school, pressure to fit in, and in regard to social media. Stress can also come from day-to-day-life, and affect even very young children: too much noise, being rushed, separation anxiety - the list of potential stressors is long. When kids are stressed and anxious, they often struggle to articulate what is troubling them and either start to misbehave, or else shut down and fail to communicate at all. This is often construed as 'bad behaviour' by parents, and treated as such. In this ground-breaking parenting book, Stuart Shanker argues that teaching children the art of self-regulation will transform their behaviour by helping them to identify, talk about and manage their emotions. Self-reg, as he calls it, will help return to a balanced, productive state whenever they feel the need, so replenishing their energy and helping them to flourish. As parents, if we can learn to identify why a child is behaving as they are, so we can start to help them learn to self-regulate. This leads to a harmonious home and children who feel nurtured and supported. Underpinned by science, Dr Shanker's techniques have had a remarkable effect on children and parents alike, and hundreds of thousands of children who have gone through the programme in Canada have shown significant improvement in literacy, numeracy and behaviour. Now, his groundbreaking research is being published for the first time in this timely and practical guide for parents. Mastering the art of self-regulation can help children learn to deal with experiences, overcome frustration, pay better attention, control impulses, engage better with others and enhance their learning capabilities. Self-Reg will inspire in parents a sense that their child can truly realise his or her potential, and give them the confidence to help their son or daughter develop the skills and emotional strength needed to navigate the pressures and stresses of the modern world.

About Stuart Shanker

Dr Stuart Shanker is Distinguished Research Professor of Philosophy and Psychology and head of a psychological research lab at York University in Toronto, Canada. He's won numerous awards, lectured at Harvard and other leading universities, given keynote addresses at major gatherings, appeared on the Today Show and CNN and been interviewed by The New York Times, WSJ and others. The book has been written with Teresa Barker who is a journalist and has co-written many books, including the New York Times bestseller Raising Cain: Protecting the Emotional Life of Boys. Her specialisms include parenting, child development and psychology.

Details Book

Author : Stuart Shanker
Publisher : Yellow Kite
Data Published :
ISBN : 144478868X
EAN : 9781444788686
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 320 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
Rating :

Reviews Self-Reg



17 Comments Add a comment




Related eBooks Download


  • What Your Child Needs from You free pdfWhat Your Child Needs from You

    Dr. Justin Coulson has written a book that discusses the most important psychological research related to parenting in a practical manual that describes: how parents can be more available to their children- how parents can understand their children better- how to teach their children appropriate behaviour- how to connect with their children at a deep and truly meaningful level..


  • Proper Parenting - Bringing Up Contended Children Without Spoiling Them free pdfProper Parenting - Bringing Up Contended Children Without Spoiling Them

    Table of Contents Introduction Cocooning and Spoiling Faulty Child-Rearing Practices Impatient and Restless Parents Critical Parents Bargaining Parents Resentful Parents Indulgent Parents Inconsistent Parents Child Rearing Tips Enjoying Your Child's Company Teaching Kids to Fend for Themselves Making Simple Rules Frustration Tolerance Conclusion Appendix Author Bio Publisher Introduction How many times in your life have you come across children..


  • Helping Parents with Challenging Children free pdfHelping Parents with Challenging Children

    Having a child with challenging behaviour can be frustrating and affect the entire family. This workbook will help you take a more positive attitude toward your child and carry out effective steps to improve behaviour..


  • Does My Child Have a Speech Problem? free pdfDoes My Child Have a Speech Problem?

    All children go through periods of saying "ting" for "thing" or "feets" for "feet." and no two children learn to speak on exactly the same schedule. This informative. reassuring guide helps parents and teachers identify normal speech development and potential problems..


  • The Importance of Being Little  :  What Preschoolers Really Need from Grown ... free pdfThe Importance of Being Little : What Preschoolers Really Need from Grown ...

    A bold challenge to the conventional wisdom about early childhood. with a pragmatic program to encourage parents and teachers to rethink how and where young children learn best by taking the child s eye view of the learning environment

    Parents of young children today are embattled: Pick the wrong preschool and your child won t get into the right college..


  • Self-Reg free pdfSelf-Reg

    . Today's children are under serious stress - they are under pressure to succeed at school, pressure to fit in, and in regard to social media. Stress can also come from day-to-day-life, and affect eve