SOS: Help for Parents improves the behavior and emotional adjustment of children, ages two to 12. Used internationally by parents, educators, and counselors, this parenting audiobook is translated into 18 languages and was updated in 2013. You learn the best methods for improving your child's behavior and for reducing stress in your life. You learn essential child rearing rules, how to avoid four common child rearing errors, primary methods for increasing good behavior, major methods for stopping bad behavior, active ignoring, Grandmas Rule, how to avoid nine common time-out mistakes, time-out for toys that misbehave, how to handle children who rebel against time-out, using points and contracts, logical consequences, natural consequences, behavior penalty, and helping your child express feelings. Additional behaviors dealt with include noncompliance, not minding, strong-willed behavior, oppositional and defiant behavior, aggression, ADHD, dressing problems, sibling conflict, tantrums, attention seeking, immature behavior, avoidance of chores, homework resistance, communication problems, and managing bad behavior away from home. Also, you will learn how to partner with your child’s teacher to improve school adjustment. Your relationship with your child will improve. The Menu of Solutions for 46 Problem Behaviors guides you in selecting the best methods for handling the most challenging behaviors. Video clips of SOS: Help for Parents are at sosprograms. Parents worldwide are using SOS: Help for Parents. It is translated into Spanish, Turkish, Japanese, Chinese (Beijing Normal University Press), Korean, Chinese (Taiwan), Hungarian, Arabic, Icelandic, Portuguese, Dutch (The Netherlands), and Russian.
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Recommended by our pediatrician
I had a hard time reading this book. But listening to the audible really helped. When I was done, I flipped through the hard copy and made some photocopies of some charts and main points I wanted to remember. Overall the book was helpful.