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What to read about parenting

Not all parents have the innate talent of educators. In this case, they can come to the aid of books written by Russian and foreign doctors, teachers and psychologists.

What to read about parenting

One of the most popular books among modern parents - is the work of Julia Gippentreyter "Communicate with your child. How? ", Repeatedly published by various publishers. This book was created on the basis of the theory and practice of the use of active listening when communicating. This technique involves the construction of a special dialogue, in which the listener helps the interlocutor to speak, and thus a better understanding of what he wants to say. Indeed, this technique can help parents establish lost contact with children better understand their feelings and emotions. At the same time there are experts who criticized the use of this method to young children. Active management of the conversation can not get them to express their true feelings, and then. that they want to hear from parents. For many years remain relevant work of the famous American pediatrician. His most famous book, "Baby and Child Care", was published in 1946. In his work Dr. Spock used the ideas of psychoanalysis. He expressed his progressive for its time, the idea that the child - this is also a person, and emphasis should be placed not only on the education of it disciplines, but also on the development of its individual characteristics. Although some of the ideas Spock, for example, the equivalent of artificial and breastfeeding, were rejected by the medical community, the whole of his books can be found a lot of useful and modern parents. Followers of his ideas on the post-Soviet space can be considered a Ukrainian doctor Yevgeny Komarovsky, author of the book "Child health and good sense of his relatives." There are studies on the psychology of adolescents. Among the Russian books of similar orientation can be identified allowance "Children of Our Time", composed Alla Barkan.