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Praise for The Connected Father
'As the father of two teenagers, I found Pickhardt's book to be an important, supportive, and straightforward look at one of the most challenging stages of fatherhood'
-Armin Brott, author of The Expectant Father and Father for Life 
'This book is a must-read  for any parent who has an only child'
-Texas Family

'Insightful and helpful'

-Austin Statesman

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Positive ways to handle conflict between parents and children, from crib to college

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I wrote Stop the Screaming in order to help parents better understand and resolve conflicts with their children and adolescents. Read the first page
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
The pain of growth 15 Jan 2009
By DAW - Published on
Format: Paperback
Most of us are taught that conflict is war. Even when it occurs among
loved ones. Therefore, its occurrence means family dysfunction. Dr.
Pickhardt stands this assumption on its head. He compellingly argues
that family conflict, especially conflict between parents and
children, is a necessary component of our connecting. When parents
manage rather than react to conflict, without blame of others or self,
health emerges. All very well in theory. Fortunately, Pickhardt
shows us how to embrace conflict, using example after example of
encounters that we have all experienced, and without gilding the
lily. Even loving conflict, especially with adolescents, will often
be painful. But rather than the pain of loss, this can be the pain of
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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This is a good, easy to read book with lots of useful tips. The author is reputable and obviously experienced. I recommend it.
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AWESOME BOOK A Must Read for all parents 9 Jan 2012
By iqsavvy - Published on
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This has helped my house turn around. It has great tips, opens perspective and I have already read it twice. I have loaned it to several friends who all love it. Perfect for all conflict resolution! I love this book.
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