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"Mom, Jason's Breathing on Me!": The Solution to Sibling Bickering

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  • Title: "Mom, Jason's Breathing on Me!": The Solution to Sibling Bickering
  • Author: Anthony E. Wolf
  • ISBN: 9780345460929
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Paperback

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'Mom, Jason's Breathing on Me!': The Solution to Sibling Bickering

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  1. Anthony E. Wolf

    Published in the UK as Tony Wolf

301 Comments

  1. This book is seriously one of the best parenting books I ve read so far The advice makes sense, it works, and most importantly, he lays it out in the first chapter so you can start trying it out I cannot stand these parenting books that have hundreds of pages of theory to get through before the good part aka what will actually help We turn to these books in times of need, we need quick help Anyway, I also love that Wolf assumes you re doing a good job already The tone of the book is very reassur [...]


  2. This book had some really great advice The key point in this book is to remain neutral as often as humanly possible when it comes to bickering amongst your children We all know this, but it can be very difficult not to get into the middle of such things especially when the kids are trying to drag you in to it This book offers excellent advice on how to ignore, when to intervene, and the good that will come of this practice Like most parenting books, it gets a little repetitive The book could, an [...]


  3. ok, here s the scoop This book was SO helpful, no, that is NOT a sarcastic statement, though you would think so given the rating the author gives three steps for minimizing sibling bickering cause eliminating would be just tooooo good to be true right and the great thing is it totally works It s simple and straight forward and EASY Sooooooooo why the 1 star when the book is so good This author has a complete and total unnecessary potty mouth No, you don t understand In his example for an exchang [...]


  4. 1 Don t Take SidesSeparation take them apart until they are calm fair doesn t matter now, just do it fast.IF there is threat of Harm Immediately interviene and talk to offender We DO NOT That Harms we NEVER harm physical or emotional 2 Act FAST or Not at All the second is starts to bother YOU interupt you, distract you, etc The benefits of Bickering3 Don t Listen in the heat of the moment Would you like a hug That must be frustrating That sounds like a problem I don t know what to say to you Or [...]


  5. I ve been thinking lately that maybe now that I ve been a mother for 8 years I should try actually reading some parenting books This topic has been a huge irritation to me lately, so the title drew my attention right away I was afraid it would be boring to sit and read this book, but it was really funny and easy to read and I could tell this guy had spent a lot of time around parents and kids I don t expect any miracles, but I do think his suggestions were very helpful and it is always good to b [...]


  6. Below is my review from the first time I read this and yes, reading it again apparently I needed a fresher First off, I would give this a 5 star rating if it weren t for all the foul language Dr Wolf chose to include I don t see why on earth that was necessary But onto my impression of the book it is really glowing I loved it I honestly did not even realize how often I was being sucked into my children s daily bickering The author sets up vivid examples and gives detailed methods inhandling each [...]


  7. Would ve given it 5 stars were it not for the foul language used in the simulated dialogue I understand that a lot of teenagers and even yikes kids use foul languagebut I really think throwing the f word in was unnecessary.Other than that, I really like the 3 simple rules stated in the beginning of the book The rest of the book went through every possible scenario what if that I could think of Every time I d think of another what if it d show up in the pages of the book with specifics on how whe [...]


  8. This book has great ideas It is a quick and easy read I was warned by other reviewers that there was bad language in this book It s just gratuitous Maybe it is intended to be inclusive to readers who might be disinclined to read a goody goody parenting book Or maybe the author is just trying to be cool But whatever the reason I hope you won t let this stop you from reading the book in its entirety The reviewer who stopped reading because of the language surely missed out Other points are made i [...]


  9. I much preferred Siblings Without Rivalry as a helpful resource for sibling bickering.This author s approach is much too hands off, basically taking a stance of not getting involved and letting the kids battle things out on their own I believe the job of a parent is to teach and guide interpersonal skills, not let the playground bully mentality decide how interactions should go.The book is also interspersed with foul language that could easily have been omitted while still getting the point acro [...]


  10. I think this book will prove very effective and has already helped in my home in the little time I have had to implement it Although I found it a good book I was shocked and very disappointed in the fowl language used often in the example scenarios of sibling bickering It was offensive and completely unnecessary My children are not allowed to speak like that and I don t of any that are I don t even speak like that to or about other adults In my opinion, the book would have been much better if ap [...]


  11. I picked this up in the library catchy title in hopes of getting some good ideas Intriguingly, he has explained why children suddenly need attention when the phone rings or their sibling needs your attention I m hooked I never could get through this, I m afraid trashy novels won out, but the basic concepts seem good although sometimes hard to put into practice ie most bickering gets to me, so letting them work it out can be problemmatic.


  12. The method promoted here doesn t really end sibling bickering it just takes the parent out of the middle of it For the most part, I do agree with the author in letting kids work out their own disagreements as much as possible and only stepping in when necessary It s a very different approach to parenting than what other books promote.


  13. I am going to reserve passing judgement on this book until I read it, but if it can stop my two urchins from bickering constantly over everything, I will take this man out to dinner After reading itgood solid advice stay out of it unless someone is going to get hurt The jury is still out whether it ll actually work, so dinner for the author yet.


  14. Interesting perspectives on siblings and bickering I thought it was interesting to hear that siblings don t affect self esteem because they don t hold the power to destroy esteem the ways parents or outsiders do Also other interesting stuff about esteem and skills in the outside world Loved this.


  15. well, the book is ok, but probably better for those w young children Somehow I don t think that asking my teen tween if they want a hug while ignoring them will work However, the ignoring walking away DOES work


  16. I guess the proof is in the puddingI ll reserve judgment on the effectiveness of the theories until we ve put the advice into practice a bit It all made sense to me though and is totally counter to what we ve been doing so I m hopeful.





  17. Eh Although some sound advice, which I implemented with success, overall, it was OK I skipped through and read selected pages.




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