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Start by marking Raising Nonviolent Children in a Violent World as Want to Read .
Start by marking Raising Nonviolent Children in a Violent World as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. As a family counselor and leader of workshops on raising nonviolent children, Michael Obsatz has identified twenty skills that parents and children can learn together for self-protection and for relating to others in loving ways.
Children are bombarded by violent TV shows, movies, and music
Children are bombarded by violent TV shows, movies, and music. Parents fear for the safety of their families and are alarmed when they see their own children acting out in aggressive ways.
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Title: Raising Nonviolent Children By: Michael Obsatz Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 126 Vendor: Augsburg .
Title: Raising Nonviolent Children By: Michael Obsatz Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 126 Vendor: Augsburg Fortress. Publication Date: 1998 Weight: 8 ounces ISBN: 0806637005 ISBN-13: 9780806637006 Stock No: WW6637005. Publisher's Description. ▲. Have a question about this product?
Describes a violence prevention program called "Choosing Non-Violence" (CNV) incorporated into Chicago Head Start and .
Describes a violence prevention program called "Choosing Non-Violence" (CNV) incorporated into Chicago Head Start and Title XX Day Care in 1988.
Toddlers raised without trauma become non-violent children. Raising our Children: Raising Ourselves, by Naomi Aldort (Book Publishers Network, 2006)
Toddlers raised without trauma become non-violent children. Abraham le Roux adds that the content of the childhood trauma is not the most important factor. Today’s world is a hard place in which to grow up. No matter how lovingly we parent them, children are going to encounter many hurtful and stressful situations. The good news is that we can help them deal with their hurts and frustrations, and grow up happy and well adjusted. Raising our Children: Raising Ourselves, by Naomi Aldort (Book Publishers Network, 2006). Helping Young Children Flourish, by Aletha J. Solter (Shining Star Press, 1989).
Parents’ perceptions about violent discipline. Violent discipline against boys and girls. Violations of children’s rights remain tragically common across the world. How common is violent discipline in schools? Child Labor. Bullying and violence at school. Corporal punishment and psychological violence against children are extremely common around the world, but variations across countries are large.
Mary Muscari provides twenty-one practical steps along the road to violent prevention. Then she guides parents through the specifics of raising nonviolent children even though the world around them is violent, arguing that the responsibility for eradicating drug use, bullying, intolerance, domestic abuse, and gun violence lies with parents and communities. In light of recent events, both of these excellent books may be in demand, Muscari's more by parents and Groves's more by community leaders.