The Book You Wish Your Parents Had Read

The Book You Wish Your Parents Had Read

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Page count:256


Content Summary

'Hugely warm, wise, hopeful and encouraging' Alain de Botton Every parent wants their child to be happy and every parent wants to avoid screwing them up. But how do you achieve that? In this absorbing, clever and funny book, renowned psychotherapist Philippa Perry tells us what really matters and what behaviour it is important to avoid - the vital dos and don'ts of parenting. Instead of mapping out the 'perfect' plan, Perry offers a big-picture look at the elements that lead to good parent-child relationships. This refreshing, judgement-free book will help you to: · Understand how your own upbringing may affect your parenting · Accept that you will make mistakes and learn what you can do about them · Break negative cycles and patterns · Handle your own and your child's feelings · Understand what different behaviours communicate Full of sage and sane advice, this is the book that every parent will want to read and every child will wish their parents had.


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[" 儿童是一个个体,但他也是整个系统的一部分。一个孩子的系统中,除了有亲密的家庭关系以外,还包括学校、他们的友谊,以及他吸收的文化。9 所以你应该观察那个系统,并尽你所能为你自己和孩子,把那个系统打造成最好的环境。环境没有必要是完美的,因为完美并不存在。 () —— 引自章节:重点不是家庭结构, 而是我们如何相处 / 31 "," 孩子常会勾起我们内心旧有的感受,导致我们面对孩子时,不小心就因为那些被勾起的情绪而产生反应。因此,经常检视内心,多做自我批评,对父母来说极为重要,以免把破坏力传给下一代。 () null"]