Jane in PA

"Jane in PA"
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 83% (122 of 147)
Location: Penn
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,597,556 - Total Helpful Votes: 122 of 147
Supernanny: How to Get the Best from Your Children by Jo Frost
33 of 38 people found the following review helpful
Supernanny is certainly a good looking book. A lot of effort went into taking a little bit of information and making it go far. Seems like there was more effort put into the graphic arts aspect of Supernanny than to the actual content. I found this very disappointing. I think I could have gotten the same information from watching two or three episodes of Nanny 911 whilst visiting the states. If you are experiencing nothing more severe than whinny behavior this might be a helpful text. But, if you are experiencing problems more challenging than the most basic of parenting problems I would suggest that you look elsewhere. There are many books on the market that were written by educated… Read more
Raising Cain: Protecting the Emotional Life of Boy&hellip by Dan Kindlon
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Have you ever heard a parent say that to their son? Well I have. I am a therapist and come across a version of this almost weekly in my office. Does this impact the child? Certainly! Are there other responses that are more likely to be helpful and healthy? Absolutely! I recommend two books to the parents with whom I work. "Raising Cain" and a marvelous book called "Systemic Parenting: An Exploration of the Parenting Big Picture" by a family therapist named Mark Gaskill. Both should be MUST READS for parents They certainly provide tools that will help parents parent in the most helpful and healthy manner possible - helping to ensure that your son will excel and be successful in his… Read more
Raising Boys: Why Boys are Different - and How to &hellip by Steve Biddulph
46 of 56 people found the following review helpful
I think this is a terrific resource for parents who have boys. It really opens the door to looking at parenting in ways that will be helpful to your sons. I would STRONGLY suggest that this book be read in conjunction with a book called "Systemic Parenting: An Exploration of the Parenting Big Picture" by a family therapist named Mark Gaskill. I think it is important that you not become too distracted by your child's sex. I think that, although differences do exists, healthy parenting has many constants. These constants are presented in Systemic Parenting. Those areas of differences that do exist between the sexes are well presented in Raising Boys. I think the parent who reads both… Read more