Explosive Child: A New Approach for Understanding and Parenting Easily Frustrated, Chronically Inflexible Children


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Published USA, 2014 (5th edition)
Ross Greene describes an approach aimed at decreasing adversarial interactions between explosive children and their parents. This approach helps parents to anticipate situations in which the child is most likely to explode, focusing less on reward and punishment and more on communication and collaborative problem solving. This is a very helpful book for the parents of the child who has striking inflixibility and low frustration tolerance:

+  Understand the factors that contribute to your child's explosions
+  Reduce hostility and antagonism between the child and adults
+  Anticipate situations in which the child is most likely to explode
+  Help your child develop the skills to be more flexible and handle frustration more adaptively

This edition reflects the most current updates to the model.

Ross Greene is Associate Clinical Professor at Harvard Medical School, USA.
Paperback. 280 pages

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