This groundbreaking work shows parents that following the quick fix solutions in other books may not be the way to raise well-adjusted kids. Dr. Catherine A. Sanderson explains that the road to successful parenting is slow and steady. Filled with important lessons and helpful advice in everyday situations, this book demonstrates how to: -Decrease parent-child struggles -Enhance a child's psychological and physical well-being Centered on the principle that "slow and steady wins the race," this is the perfect manual for raising children in today's world of immediate gratification.
Catherine A. Sanderson, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor and Chair of Psychology at Amherst College. She is a mother of three and lives in Amherst, MA.
Breast Feeding; The Bedtime Challenge; The Great Thumb-Sucking versus Pacifier Debate; Healthy Eating; Television; Independent Play; Mastering Toilet Training; Dealing with Discipline; Learning Life Skills; The Children Dilemma; Sibling Rivalry and Family Spacing; Slow and Steady Parenting for Life; Index.