Hold on to Your Kids: Why Parents Need to Matter More Than Peers Paperback – 2006
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[( Hold on to Your Kids: Why Parents Need to Matter More Than Peers By Neufeld, Gordon ( Author ) Paperback Aug - 2006)] Paperback
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This book is filled with science that backs what you probably already are feeling as a parent (if you are interested in this book) that being with your children is important and that the most important part is always the relationship (rather than the behaviour.)
Anyone interested in working with children should read this book, to learn how to connect with the children.
I found the peer-orientation arguments unconvincing, forced and repetitive. It did more to hurt the otherwise solid attachment and parent-child relationship ideas.
The writing too is repetitive and the editing of this book has left much to be desired. Consequently, I found it exhausting to read and have skimmed my way through most of it.
It is a great shame, as there seem to be a valuable core here beneath the wearying writing and shaky peer ideas.
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