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|Avon Free Public Library - New Materials||649.1 CLARKE-FIELDS||DUE 03-19-20|
|Burlington Public Library - New Books||649.1 CLARKE- FIELDS||DUE 03-17-20|
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|New Britain, Main Library - New Materials||649.1 CLA||DUE 02-27-20|
|Simsbury Public Library - Children's Department||NEW JPS 649.1 CLA||DUE 03-07-20|
|Southington Library - New||649.1 CLA||DUE 03-05-20 +1 HOLD|
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ix, 169 pages ; 23 cm
Includes bibliographical references.
Keeping your cool -- Disarming your triggers -- Practicing compassion (it begins with you) -- Taking care of difficult feelings -- Listing to help and heal -- Saying the right things -- Solving problems mindfully -- Supporting your peaceful home.
As a parent you strive to model kindness, compassion, and patience when interacting with your children. But no parent is perfect, and in difficult or stressful moments, you may react to your kids in ways that don't exactly fit your ideal model of parenting -- for example, yelling. You aren't alone. Parental reactions are often deeply ingrained, and you likely learned them from your parents. So how can you break this cycle and be the kind of parent you want to be?