A Joosr Guide to The Whole-Brain Child by Tina Payne Bryson and Daniel J. Siegel

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Is it possible to directly shape how a child's brain develops as he grows, and is it important to do so? Discover how through interacting with and talking to your child in everyday situations, you can change the way your child thinks and manages his feelings for the better.

The Whole-Brain Child is a handbook with 12 great tips for managing and nurturing the mental development of your child. It teaches you how to take day-to-day occurrences and interactions, and use them to teach your child to think effectively, control his emotions, and maintain positive relationships.

You will learn:

· How you can teach your child to handle conflict more healthily and effectively

· Why storytelling can help your child analyze and manage his feelings

· What kind of questions you can ask to directly develop the higher-thinking part of your child's brain.
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    Natalia Kryukovacompartió su opiniónhace 5 años
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    These 20 pages can give more than other 1000-pages giants about nurturing children. Really interesting and useful technics.

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    Tatiana Chabaniukcompartió una citahace 2 años
    Exercise your child’s upper brain to keep it strong

    Get your child moving to help control the lower brain

    Use the SIFT method to teach your child inner awareness

    Teach your child to control their feelings with the wheel of awareness

    Have fun with your child to teach them the importance of positive relationships
    Tatiana Chabaniukcompartió una citahace 2 años
    What’s it about?

    Use conflict to teach your child how to disagree effectively

    Connect with your child emotionally and then redirect with logic

    Teach your child to tell stories to help them manage their feelings

    Teach your child that feelings are fleeting, like clouds

    Replay memories using the mind remote technique

    Turn remembering into a regular game or activity

    Engage the upper part of your child’s brain in emotional situations

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