Based on his experience with thousands of families, Dr. Turecki’s step-by-step approach shows you how to identify your child’s temperament, using a ten-point checklist to pinpoint specific difficulties, manage typical conflicts with kindness and firmness, make discipline more effective so you punish much less, get support from schools, doctors and other parents, and more.
Bantam (2000), Edition: 2 Revised, 302 pages
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