How to raise kind kids : and get respect, gratitude, and a happier family in the bargain / Thomas Lickona.
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- ISBN: 014313194X : PAP
- ISBN: 9780143131946 : PAP
- ISBN: 9780143131946 (paperback)
- ISBN: 014313194X (paperback)
- Physical Description: xxvii, 308 pages ; 22 cm
- Publisher: New York : Penguin Books, 2018.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references and index.
"Can you teach a child to be kind? This vital question is taking on a new urgency as our culture grows ever more abrasive and divided. We all want our kids to be kind. But that is not the same as knowing what to do when you catch your son being unkind. A world-renowned developmental psychologist, Dr. Thomas Lickona has led the character education movement in schools for forty years. Now he shares with parents the vital tools they need to bring peace and foster cooperation at home. Kindness doesn't stand on its own. It needs a supporting cast of other essential virtues--like courage, self-control, respect, and gratitude. With concrete examples drawn from the many families Dr. Lickona has worked with over the years and clear tips you can act on tonight, How to Raise Kind Kids will help you give and get respect, hold family meetings to tackle persistent problems, discipline in a way that builds character, and improve the dynamic of your relationship with your children while putting them on the path to a happier and more fulfilling life"-- Provided by publisher.
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