"Small School - Great Start. Child and Kindergarten" is a sequel, in a sense, to the book "Talking to Babies. Psychoanalysis on a Maternity Ward", which the Bulgarian readers already know. How to help a two-year child with words and actions to live ...read morå
You are trying to be a brilliant parent, but life’s busy and although your kids are the biggest priority in your life, you can’t do everything.
If only you knew what things will have the biggest impact and make the most significant ...read morå
Do your kids sometimes make you feel like your head is going to explode? Have you ever yelled until you were hoarse? Do you ever have days when all you feel like doing is making a run for the airport? Why is it so hard to be the parent you thought ...read morå
Myriam Szejer talks to newborns. For over a decade she has worked in the maternity ward of a hospital outside Paris. Called in by hospital staff when a baby or its parents are suffering, Szejer uses the psychoanalytic techniques of careful listening ...read morå
When a child is born we are absorbed by questions such as: what weight is it, how long is it…, in a word baby physique. Very few parents are concerned about his mental health, being convinced that the problems only appear later. Well, things ...read morå
A noted psychologist, surveying new rules for grandparents in the context of today's changing family, offers advice on maintaining relations with grandchildren during and after divorce, acting as a surrogate parent, and ...read morå
The child brings happiness, but often many problems, too. Afraid of making mistakes, hence we often do not know how to react or we respond incorrectly. The authors of this book define and meet those hundred questions from our everyday life, ...read morå
Introduced in 1962 by Dr. Gordon, "Parent Effectiveness Training", known world-wide as P.E.T., is recognized as the first skill-based training program for parents. It helps them to communicate more effectively with kids and offer step-by-step ...read morå
A sequel to “How to Communicate with the Child“, this book elaborates on already developed topics and puts under analysis and discussion the numerous questions important for parents and educators: How to habituate the child to discipline?; How can ...read morå
'Most men don't have a life' is the dramatic opening to Steve Biddulph's bestseller Manhood. Exploring two critical social issues: establishing a healthy masculinity and how men can release themselves from suffocating and outdated social moulds, ...read morå
“Underlying stages of childhood” comprises unpublished articles and interviews of the famous psychoanalyst Françoise Dolto.
We must treat the child in the family as a guest of honour, says Dolto, always is important what we are saying to ...read morå
A very practical, “how to” approach to parenting.
“More secrets of happy children” tackles the important concerns of
parents in the nineties, with inspirational ideas and clues for day-to-day
living with children. As counselors, educators and ...read morå
The renowned psychologist and bestselling author Dr. Fitzhugh Dodson has created an indispensable guide to help every father (married or single) understand his essential role in his child's healthy development. Sensitive to the changing needs of the ...read morå
Child psychologist Steve Biddulph tells parents everything they need to know about raising happy, healthy, confident children from babyhood to teens. This book shows parents how to be true to themselves while also bringing up secure children who ...read morå