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  • 出版社: NavPress; New Edition (2006年4月19日)
  • 精装: 271页
  • 语种: 英语
  • ISBN: 1576839540
  • 条形码: 9781576839546
  • 商品尺寸: 15 x 2.8 x 22.6 cm
  • 商品重量: 499 g
  • ASIN: 1576839540
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"This is as close to an owner's manual for parents that you will find. Now, parents can embrace mistakes as wonderful learning opportunities to raise respectful, responsible, and caring children." --Gloria Sherman, M.A., LPC, Counselor Zemmer Jr. High, Lapeer, Michigan " Parenting with Love & Logic is an essential component for our students, parents, and teachers. For the last fourteen years, thousands of families in our school district have been positively impacted by Love & Logic principles." --Leonard R. Rezmierski, Ph.D., Superintendent, Northville Public Schools " Parenting with Love and Logic is a MUST for every parent in America! This is the most useful book I've ever read. This stuff really works! My kids use this stuff on me, their peers, and their teachers! That's how I know it really works!" --Lorynda Sampson, Colorado Teacher of the Year, 2003 "For almost twenty years, I have been delighted to share the powerful, yet simple wisdom of Jim Fay and Foster Cline with my counseling clients. The principles in Parenting with Love and Logic are practical, proven techniques that keep parents on track to raising responsible, loving, confident children." --Carol R. Cole, Ph.D., LMFT " Parenting with Love and Logic is a terrific book for parents that provide important concepts and practical solutions to help children become emotionally, socially, and morally healthy." --Terry M. Levy, Ph.D, codirector Evergreen Psychotherapy Center, Coauthor Attachment, Trauma and Healing "This book gives parents the tools to build a lifelong relationship based on respect, empathy, appreciation, and love. Parenting with Love and Logic teaches kids how to think and problem-solve from a very young age." --Stephanie Bryan, Clinical Social Worker and Parent Coach, www.REALparenting.net "This hilariously en

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"This is as close to an owner's manual for parents that you will find. Now, parents can embrace mistakes as wonderful learning opportunities to raise respectful, responsible, and caring children." --Gloria Sherman, M.A., LPC, Counselor Zemmer Jr. High, Lapeer, Michigan " Parenting with Love and Logic is an essential component for our students, parents, and teachers. For the last fourteen years, thousands of families in our school district have been positively impacted by Love and Logic principles." --Leonard R. Rezmierski, Ph.D., Superintendent, Northville Public Schools " Parenting with Love and Logic is a MUST for every parent in America! This is the most useful book I've ever read. This stuff really works! My kids use this stuff on me, their peers, and their teachers! That's how I know it really works!" --Lorynda Sampson, Colorado Teacher of the Year, 2003 "For almost twenty years, I have been delighted to share the powerful, yet simple wisdom of Jim Fay and Foster Cline with my counseling clients. The principles in Parenting with Love and Logic are practical, proven techniques that keep parents on track to raising responsible, loving, confident children." --Carol R. Cole, Ph.D., LMFT " Parenting with Love and Logic is a terrific book for parents that provide important concepts and practical solutions to help children become emotionally, socially, and morally healthy." --Terry M. Levy, Ph.D, codirector Evergreen Psychotherapy Center, Coauthor Attachment, Trauma and Healing "This book gives parents the tools to build a lifelong relationship based on respect, empathy, appreciation, and love. Parenting with Love and Logic teaches kids how to think and problem-solve from a very young age." --Stephanie Bryan, Clinical Social Worker and Parent Coach, www.REALparenting.net "This hilariously entertaining guidebook to worki


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评论者 亚马逊买家 于 2016年6月22日
版本: 精装 已确认购买
其实英语快还给老师了,但因为太喜欢这本书了,竟然查字典开始阅读。 越读越喜欢,对养育和教育孩子非常有帮助。了解天下父母同心,别一天到晚夸国外的教育好,问题都是一样的,关键在于有没想过并行动上去解决问题。
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平均5.0 星 I was a strong-willed child, and I wish my parents had used these principles with me.. 2016年9月7日
评论者 Jennerses - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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This book is a parenting game-changer. Certainly not every parenting method will work with every child or temperament. I can say, though, that I was a very strong willed child myself, and if my parents had used these methods, our house would have been much more peaceful, relationships improved, and I probably wouldn't have made some of the poor choices as an older teen that I did. I have personally seen these principles used with great success in children of friends and family members. I personally haven't had a chance to use this with my son, as he is still a baby, but I'm trying to be prepared!

I feel like many of the negative reviews didn't thoroughly read the parts they are concerned with, or misconstrued the examples. The authors lay out general parenting principles, and then offer examples of how to implement these principles. These are EXAMPLES, people! You can certainly implement them in different manners than the authors suggest, based on your own child and what you feel is right as a parent. The authors state that the parent should only offer two choices that the parent is comfortable with. If you aren't comfortable with a certain choice (such as giving away a pet), then don't make that one of the choices you are offering, duh! The pet example seems to have many people up-in-arms, yet in this example, the parent did NOT permanently give away the pet as people state, they temporarily gave the dog to a family friend, telling the child they had 3 days to decide if the pet could come back home. Also, they did not starve the pet as everyone seems to think, they did let the child know they were abusing the pet by not feeding it. It certainly doesn't say the parent didn't or shouldn't feed the pet (without telling the child). No one is that heartless, and it doesn't serve a purpose. Also, the authors frequently list out precautions with their advice, since some individuals may misuse these techniques (as can happen with any parenting technique). They also have a section where they discuss how certain principles have been misconstructed, misprepresented and taken out of context. I feel like those who were concerned simply didn't read those additional words of wisdom. An example is that the authors discuss how the "uh oh" song is for when a child is misbehaving for the sake of misbehaving -- NOT because of a NEED. They emphasize that a need (vs a want) must be met, and I think some parents were too quick to use the "uh oh" song rather than meeting a need of the child. Also, I saw not even the slightest hint of any "attachment theory" in this book -- I hadn't even heard of this until I read some of the reviews. Now that I know what they were referring to, I can tell you there is none of this in the book.

Another amazing book that I highly recommend is "Loving Our Kids on Purpose" by Danny Silk. It is quite compatible with the Love and Logic principles, but emphasizes the importance of building a relationship with our children.
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平均5.0 星 Priceless wisdom for all relationships 2016年8月1日
评论者 Brian Smith - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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The love and logic principles comprise one of three or four pillars of wisdom that have guided my wife and me through 27 years, parenting four kids. Our youngest just graduated high school last month. (One of the other pillars has been James Dobson's original film series, Focus on the Family, which I watched and devoured just out of high school. That series had me wanting to be a grandfather--not quite yet--since I was 19.) My youngest son is a summer camp counselor, and I bought this as a gift for him, to begin equipping him for life. He agreed to read/listen to this book (I bought both the print book and the audio version) over the next few weeks, and he is practicing its concepts right now on his little minions.

These ideas serve us, not just in parenting or in other relationships with kids, but in all relationships. The two key ideas are: (1) As much as possible, allow kids to take responsibility for their own choices, and then let the good or bad consequences be the teachers, so you don't have to be the bad guy. (2) When painful consequences result from a poor choice, show genuine empathy for the child's pain ("I'm so sorry that happened. I'll bet that was really disappointing"), so you come across as a compassionate ally, not an enemy.

Of course, we parents can't leave all decisions to our children. That's why the love and logic system guides us to follow a V-shaped pattern over time, assuming more control over decisions early in the child's life, and gradually handing more and more control over to the child, as he/she is capable of learning from decisions. The opposite is the A-shaped pattern, giving the child free-rein from infancy, recognizing too late that he/she has become spoiled, and then trying to take too much control later in the teen years. That's a setup for serious rebellion (not always avoidable in any situation). (I may have gotten the A and the V reversed, with the width representing the amount of control you give the child. But you get the idea.)

The book has a ton more. The front half (100 pp) teaches the concepts. The back more-than-half is dozens of chapters applying the principles to all kinds of parenting life situations. The franchise has cranked out many other excellent books, showing how the principles apply specifically to teens, for example. I attended a lecture once by Charles Faye about using love and logic with ADHD kids, and it was excellent.

As I said, the wise will also see how to implement the same ideas in all kinds of relationships--in all family relationships (even marriage), in all work and professional relationships, with friends and neighbors, even with enemies (who are often simply thinking and feeling like children). The book is worth anything you pay for it. If you use it.
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平均5.0 星 This is a book with a ton of great parenting advice 2017年1月12日
评论者 Saucy Tapanga - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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I listen to this all the time in the car. This is a book with a ton of great parenting advice. it is a skill to learn, explained well ... I only wish I would have listened to this before my firt child was born. My kids are full grown now but I watch my 10 year old grandson a lot and it (their techniques) are helping control him, without his knowing it. . there is way more to it than that, you need to get the book or these CD's to listen, I recommend it to all parents .. and it is funny in parts, very funny.
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平均5.0 星 Love the book and concepts 2016年9月12日
评论者 Amy Murphy - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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I was given the book by a counselor to review to determine if my husband and I would like to take a 6 week class on these ideas. I couldn't put the book down! The concepts work, are easy to implement, and are making me a happier mom again. I have even bought the teen book and am looking into the toddler one for use with my daycare children.