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What’s My Child Thinking? Practical Child Psychology For Modern Parents

What’s My Child Thinking? Practical Child Psychology For Modern Parents by Tanith Carey and Dr Angharad Rudkin

We got our hands on a copy of the new book What’s My Child Thinking? Practical Child Psychology For Modern Parents by Tanith Carey and Dr Angharad Rudkin which is published by DK, priced £16.99. dk.com.

Whether you’re currently expecting or your little one has already arrived, What’s My Child Thinking? is a beautifully illustrated fresh guide to parenting based on the most important aspects of research and advances made in child development which up to now, hasn’t been available to parents.

Author, journalist and parenting expert Tanith Carey and Clinical Psychologist Dr Angharad Rudkin have drawn on child psychology and neuroscience research to produce this must-have parenting reference book.

The book explores how children think and decodes their behaviour with the goal of helping parents to understand the reasons for their child’s behaviour. Discover how children learn, how their brains are wired, and how to relate to your infant or child. What’s My Child Thinking? uses real world everyday scenarios and looks at how to resolve them to help improve communication between you and your child.

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What's My Child Thinking? Practical Child Psychology For Modern Parents

The key developmental milestones for children between 2-7 years of age are broken down and then common, real life scenarios for the different ages (2-3, 4-5, 6-7) are explored. These are played out in a way that helps parents to better understand their child. Discover what your child really means means when he or she says “Look what I’ve done!” or “But, I’m not tired” when they are unable to express themselves properly. Carey and Rudkin take each scenario and look at: What the child is thinking; What the parent is thinking; How to respond in the moment; How to respond in the long term.

From temper tantrums and sleep problems to sibling rivalry and aggressive behaviour, What’s My Child Thinking? highlights the importance of teamwork if you have a co-parent, and it encourages you to reflect on your own childhood, your own values and those that you want to instil in your own children.

What’s My Child Thinking? Is filled with practical advice and is fantastic for helping to understand and connect with your child.

What’s My Child Thinking? Practical Child Psychology For Modern Parents by Tanith Carey and Dr Angharad Rudkin is published by DK, priced £16.99. dk.com Buy What’s My Child Thinking? Practical Child Psychology For Modern Parents.

 

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