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on 21 April 2014
feels like it wants to guilt trip moms, doesn't really give practical advise that you can work with (ok, best to stay at home with your boy, but what if you can't ?), didn't feel very modern, quite condescending, and makes big statements substantiated by nothing. Don't waste your time or money. If you want a really great book on how to raise children (boys or girls) with loving guidance, I found that Dr Bailey's "Easy to love, difficult to discipline" was the most interesting and helpful of the different books I read.
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on 5 March 2016
Uses research very selectively to support her position piece, attempting to give it an academic authority. Downright offensive to the autistic community - obviously not a fan of neuro diversity. Main advice seems to be build a time machine and go back a few decades.
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on 13 April 2010
Another attempt to blame the parent for the difficulties they encounter in parenting. My son with Asperger's Syndrome went from a severely depressed and anxious 9 year old back to the child I had known before he started school when he finally received the 'special education' he required. At home he had been a very happy and relatively sociable child and his problems didn't materialise until he was thrown into the chaos and lack of understanding which is mainstream education. Would be nice to see something which looks at the effects of teachers on children!
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