Mom, They're Teasing Me: Helping Your Child Solve Social Problems

Mom, They're Teasing Me: Helping Your Child Solve Social Problems By Michael G. Thompson, Mom They re Teasing Me Helping Your Child Solve Social Problems Through vividly written case studies and a reader friendly question and answer format Mom They re Teasing Me is full of specific how to advice for parents to help their children navigate the someti
  • Title: Mom, They're Teasing Me: Helping Your Child Solve Social Problems
  • Author: Michael G. Thompson
  • ISBN: 9780345450111
  • Page: 441
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mom, They're Teasing Me: Helping Your Child Solve Social Problems By Michael G. Thompson, Through vividly written case studies and a reader friendly question and answer format, Mom, They re Teasing Me is full of specific, how to advice for parents to help their children navigate the sometimes harsh terrain of social life which includes name calling, after school fights, esteem crushing cliques, and malicious exclusion by the popular kids Through thoughtful disThrough vividly written case studies and a reader friendly question and answer format, Mom, They re Teasing Me is full of specific, how to advice for parents to help their children navigate the sometimes harsh terrain of social life which includes name calling, after school fights, esteem crushing cliques, and malicious exclusion by the popular kids Through thoughtful discussion and insightful suggestions, parents will discover The difference between real risk and normal social pain The appropriate time to intervene and when to step back Tips on how to mediate between children without appearing meddlesome The importance of teaching and encouraging leadership The redemptive power of friendshipMom, They re Teasing Me answers key questions about the many manifestations of social cruelty, offers compelling descriptions of prime teasing scenarios, and illustrates how to counter them It is an indispensable book for involved parents who want to make their child s formative years rich and rewarding.
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    About "Michael G. Thompson"

    1. Michael G. Thompson

      Librarian Note There is than one author in the database with this nameychologist, school consultant and international speaker on the subjects of children, schools and parenting

    782 thoughts on “Mom, They're Teasing Me: Helping Your Child Solve Social Problems”

    1. I like the authors perspective in these issues I guess the book is somewhat reassuring My impression is that it is better at giving guidelines about when to vs when not to get involved rather than what should be done Some of the question answer sections are valuable if your kid is having that particular problem More valuable than the last book on the subject that I read


    2. I highly recommend this book for anyone who wants to understand the big picture surrounding bullying in schools and in society Instead of consoling targets and punishing bullies, this book advocates preventive measures for bullies and the empowerment of targets I am starting to see that regular, consistent training for members of any social group such as an elementary school classroom in positive social skills is a must This book is going to become part of my permanent tool box.


    3. This book was not what I expected, or exactly what I was looking for, but it was still extremely interesting and helpful I picked up this book because my 7 year old daughter has been saying no one likes me and I have no friends a lot lately But all the evidence points to the contrary she appears to make friends very easily, has almost no social fear, and is always playing with whatever other kids are around So I wanted to get to the bottom of this, and see if there s anything I can should do Her [...]


    4. Seems useful for teachers than parents, also while he has measured counsel on a few points, his viewpoint is sort of negative, that kids are horrid and cruel I think a current book post Wonder would highlight the power parents, teachers and kids have to see beyond and be kinder and inclusive Maybe I am naive I was looking for tips for my child who has a sometimes visible ailment that her classmates notice and found nothing of use for how she can better deal with questions comments, negative b [...]


    5. This book was insightful in distinguishing between what is normal and abnormal in childhood social situations It was helpful in illustrating many of the situations children experience in elementary, jr high and high school It also made me realize that often what we think might be a traumatizing situation for our child turns out to be not that bad My only wish was that there was a little advice on how to help children cope with the all too real pain of exclusion and teasing.


    6. Excellent, helpful book One of the things I find most challenging about being a parent are the social issues my child faces in interacting with other children This book gives great advice for parents and educators in helping children through the ups and downs of social living without living their childhood for them or imposing your own childhood woes on them.


    7. The book is nice and helps parents understanding kids social world However, it is not as scientific or helpful as I expected The answers to many of the questions either wander away from the topics in question or sound like common sense to me Not many suggestions are practical either.


    8. This book was the most realistic representation of childhood I ve ever read But I felt that most of the advice was how to have a accurate perception of what was going on in your child s life, not as much how to help him or her change what was going on for the better.





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