Parenting From the Inside Out: How a Deeper Self-Understanding Can Help You Raise Children Who Thrive


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Published USA, 2014 (10th anniversary edition)
How you make sense of your childhood experiences has a profound effect on how you parent your own children. Child psychiatrist Daniel Siegel, author of The Developing Mind, and early childhood educator Mary Hartzell draw on research in neurobiology and attachment to explain how interpersonal relationships directly affect the development of the brain, and closely examine such topics as memory, emotion and communication. The authors` approach to parenting is founded on basic principles of internal understanding and interpersonal connection. The anchor points for this approach to the parent-child relationship are mindfulness, lifelong learning, response flexibility, mindsight and joyful living. Updated 10th anniversary edition.

Experience Shapes Who We Are
Constructing the Stories of Our Lives
Emotion in Our Internal and Interpersonal Worlds
Making Connections
Relationships Between Children and Parents
Adult Attachment
How We Keep It Together and How We Fall Apart
Rupture and Repair
Compassion and Reflective Dialogues

Daniel Siegel is an Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at UCLA. Mary Hartzell is a child development specialist and parent educator in California, USA.
Paperback. 311 pages

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