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    maria
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    Default overprotective parenting

    I am reading a parenting book on Bullying,to help my son cope with

    these situations for the up-comming school year,and I have identified

    with being a over protective parent(mom)Does anyone know of any good

    books out there that can help me break this cycle,that has effected my

    son?










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    Lucy Anderson
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    Default overprotective parenting

    I am very fond of the Love and Logic series. (Can't remember who they are by, though). There are helicopter parents (over protective, always hovering overhead ready to swoop to the rescue, drill sergeant parents (do it my way and do it fast), and logical parents. Illustration:


    Kid forgets lunch at home.

    Helicopter parent leaves work, rushes home to get the lunch and rushes off to school to deliver the lunch to their poor hungry baby.
    Drill sergeant parent delivers a loud and long lecture on how stupid it was to forget their lunch.

    Logical parents go on about their day, make sure Junior has a snack when they do arrive home and commiserate on how awful it is to forget your lunch and be hungry. They know that Junior won't die because they missed one meal, and that the natural consequence of stomach grumbling is likely enough to cause Junior to remember lunch from now on.


    On Sat, Jul 5, 2008 at 12:30 PM, maria <secretwindow-jd1@sbcglobal.net> wrote:







    I am reading a parenting book on Bullying,to help my son cope with

    these situations for the up-comming school year,and I have identified

    with being a over protective parent(mom)Does anyone know of any good

    books out there that can help me break this cycle,that has effected my

    son?






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    Rustey
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    Default overprotective parenting

    Hi, Maria,

    There's a wonderful national organization called Parent Information

    Center (PIC). I don't know where you live but at our office in Delaware

    there are tapes & books to check out free & guidance to help you choose.

    This office/organization puts on seminars, tape/video lectures via computer,

    can help with you finding & obtaining a free state educational advocate, and

    much more. It's all FREE but if you want their newsletter there is a small

    fee (maybe $50/year for family???).

    I tried to find a national site but apparently each state has a site

    of their own. For example, Delaware's is www.picofde.org so maybe if you

    Googled Parent Information Center you'd find your own state's office.

    Best to you,

    ~ Rustey



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    I am reading a parenting book on Bullying,to help my son cope with

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    with being a over protective parent(mom)Does anyone know of any good

    books out there that can help me break this cycle,that has effected my

    son?







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    Chrissey
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    <DIV style="FONT-FAMILY: Comic Sans MS;">We use Love & Logic system in our home. It's made a world of difference in our daughter! It's by Jim Fay. http://www.loveandlogic.com
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    <DIV style="FONT-FAMILY: Comic Sans MS;">Chrissey
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    From: Lucy Anderson
    Date: 7/6/2008 10:34:41 AM
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Subject: Re: Budget101.com : overprotective parenting
    I am very fond of the Love and Logic series. (Can't remember who they are by, though). There are helicopter parents (over protective, always hovering overhead ready to swoop to the rescue, drill sergeant parents (do it my way and do it fast), and logical parents. Illustration:

    Kid forgets lunch at home.

    Helicopter parent leaves work, rushes home to get the lunch and rushes off to school to deliver the lunch to their poor hungry baby.
    Drill sergeant parent delivers a loud and long lecture on how stupid it was to forget their lunch.
    Logical parents go on about their day, make sure Junior has a snack when they do arrive home and commiserate on how awful it is to forget your lunch and be hungry. They know that Junior won't die because they missed one meal, and that the natural consequence of stomach grumbling is likely enough to cause Junior to remember lunch from now on.










 

 

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