Raising cooperative kids : proven practices for a connected, happy family: proven practices for a connected, happy family
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What's the recipe for a happy family? A spirit of cooperation. Instilling a spirit of cooperation in children is the real secret to providing the gift of a happy childhood, being a "good" parent, and building the family you've always wanted. In Raising Cooperative Kids, research psychologists Marion Forgatch and Gerald Patterson, one of the original developers of Time Out, provide parenting techniques that tap deep-rooted human instincts, making them universal and easy to use no matter where you live or how your family is structured. Developed over 40 years of practice and tested in clinical and prevention trials, these skills empower parents to teach their children new behaviors, change unwanted behaviors, and reduce family conflicts. Together, Forgatch, Patterson, and Friend give parents the formula to overcome family struggles and inspire children to cooperate-from toddlerhood into their teens. Specific guidance is included for issues ranging from how to share the bathroom during the morning rush to what to do when a child misbehaves. The authors also remind us of the importance of play-enjoying each other and sharing time and activities together is the cornerstone of a connected, happy family.

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Forgatch, M. S. (2017). Raising cooperative kids: proven practices for a connected, happy family. [United States]: Red Wheel Weiser.

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Forgatch, Marion Sue. 2017. Raising Cooperative Kids: Proven Practices for a Connected, Happy Family. [United States]: Red Wheel Weiser.

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Forgatch, Marion Sue, Raising Cooperative Kids: Proven Practices for a Connected, Happy Family. [United States]: Red Wheel Weiser, 2017.

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Forgatch, Marion Sue. Raising Cooperative Kids: Proven Practices for a Connected, Happy Family. [United States]: Red Wheel Weiser, 2017. Web.

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