Parenting for a Peaceful World 2nd Ed

In this expansive book, Robin Grille draws on revolutionary new research to argue that the safeguarding of children's emotional development is the key to creating a more peaceful and harmonious world.

Author: Robin Grille

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780992360405

Category: Child psychology

Page: 500

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Imagine a world where war, tyranny, human rights abuses and ecological destruction are relics of the past. What if the means to create such a reality were in the hands of mothers and fathers, and all those involved in the care and education of children? Parenting for a Peaceful World is a fascinating look at how parenting customs have shaped societies and major world events. It reveals how children adapt to different parenting styles and how these early experiences underpin the adults they become. In this expansive book, Robin Grille draws on revolutionary new research to argue that the safeguarding of children's emotional development is the key to creating a more peaceful and harmonious world. Parenting for a Peaceful World is a book for parents, child health professionals, and adults learning to be whole again. It is a manifesto for policy-makers and a resource for teachers. If the findings outlined in these pages are put into practice, the result may be a revolution of peace, humanity, and a world beyond our imagining.

Parenting for a Peaceful World

The emergence of Russian schools that follow the 'democratic edcuation' model and a 'natural parenting' movement are signs ... As prominent Russian educator, olga Leontieva, explains: 'If they [the children] are to live in a free world, ...

Author: Robin Grille

Publisher: New Society Publishers

ISBN: 1550925814

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 500

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Parenting for a Peaceful World is a fascinating look at how child-rearing customs have shaped societies and major world events. It reveals how children adapt to and are influenced by different parenting styles and how safeguarding their emotional development is the key to creating a more peaceful, harmonious and sustainable world. Practical advice for raising a well-adjusted child includes tips on supporting your child's developing emotional intelligence, understanding how your childhood has influenced your own emotional make-up, and helping you achieve your full parenting potential. Drawing on leading edge brain research, child-development studies, psycho-history, and personal and clinical experience, this completely revised and updated edition of Parenting for a Peaceful World is a must-read for parents, child health professionals, teachers, and for adults seeking to heal and grow.

Parenting for Peace

Raising the Next Generation of Peacemakers Marcy Axness ... Simplicity Parenting: Using the Extraordinary Power of Less to Raise Calmer, Happier, and More Secure Kids New York: Ballantine, 2010, pg. ... Parenting for a Peaceful World.

Author: Marcy Axness

Publisher: Sentient Publications

ISBN: 1591811767

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 443

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If we really want to change the world, let us raise a generation hardwired for peace and innovation from the very beginning. A child whose brain develops its capacity for self-regulation, self-reflection, trust, and empathy is a joy to parent. As an adult, this individual will have the heart to embrace and exemplify peace, the mind to innovate solutions to social and ecological challenges, and the will to enact them. Such a person is never a genetically predetermined given, but the result of dynamic interactions between genetics and environment, beginning before he or she is even born. Foundations for this level of health begin forming during the prenatal period, and some aspects of optimal development are influenced as early as conception. In the midst of our global human, economic and environmental crises, we have overlooked a profound means of cultivating a sustainable, peaceful future: the choices and attitudes with which we bring our children to life and shepherd them into adulthood. With compassion, good humour and engaging examples, this book points out fundamental missteps we have made through the ages, and explains why they're counter-productive. It gives straightforward guidelines using a unique 7-step/7-principle matrix for parents to foster their children's development in a vibrantly growth-oriented fashion, rather than a protection-oriented fashion. This is an essential guide for raising a generation of peacemakers.

For Our Own Good the Politics of Parenting in an Ailing Society

Handbook ofAttachment (New York: Guilford Press, 1999), 847; Selma Fraiberg, Every Child's Birthright: In Defense of Mothering (New York: Basic Books, 1977), 4; Robin Grille, Parenting for a Peaceful World (New South Wales: Longueville ...

Author: Erica Etelson

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 0557277809

Category:

Page: 377

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For Our Own Good examines the psycho-social and political repercussions of prevailing approaches to child-rearing. Learn why warm and nurturing parents produce secure, altruistic children who go on to form progressive political beliefs while the children of punitive, authoritarian parents are bound by fear and shame to support right-wing causes and candidates. If you've ever wondered how big a role parenting plays in shaping personality and the political and cultural values of the broader society, this book is a must read.

Working for Peace

Engaging your children in volunteer activities can provide them with positive , proactive experiences that enhance their acceptance of diversity while promoting a more peaceful world . A critical component of parenting as peace activism ...

Author: Rachel MacNair

Publisher: Impact Publishers

ISBN: 9781886230729

Category: Political Science

Page: 300

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The most complete guidebook yet to the psychology of social activism. Forty active peace workers -- psychologists, social workers, communication specialists and other professionals -- offer detailed practical guidance on getting yourself together, maintaining an effective group of volunteers, and getting the word out to the larger community. Chapters include: Cultivating Inner Peace; Overcoming Anger and Anxiety; Overcoming Helplessness and Discouragement; Overcoming Burnout; Motivating Others; Effective Group Meetings and Decision Making; Using Conflict Creatively; Promoting Peaceful Interaction; Nonviolent Communication; From Anger to Peace; Preparing for Nonviolent Confrontations; Effective Media Communication; Humor for Peace.

If the Buddha Had Kids

Raising Children to Create a More Peaceful World Charlotte Kasl. Introduction. Parenting. for. a. Peaceful. World. Creating peace in the world starts with parenting, families, and community.

Author: Charlotte Kasl

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101152095

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 320

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Zen and the art of raising children to make peace in the world . . . In this wise and insightful volume, Charlotte Kasl applies her signature blend of spiritual guidelines, exercises, and practical advice to a stage of life that leaves many of us searching for answers. If the Buddha Had Kids draws from Buddhist, Quaker, and other spiritual traditions to help parents raise children who value cooperation, compassion, and understanding, emphasizing that finding peace within a family is the first step toward creating a peaceful world. Beginning with creating a healthy bond with your child and moving through all stages of life, encouraging empathy, respect, fascination, and curiosity, Kasl explores the spiritual journey of parenting. She also draws on her decades of experience as a healer and practicing psychotherapist to tackle very practical concerns such as the roles of electronics, money, sexuality, and education, and what it means to find one’s voice. This lively book promises to bring inspiration, humor, and wisdom to the joys and struggles of raising children in our contemporary world, and will serve as an enlightening companion for all moms and dads.

Attachment Parenting

... "peaceful parenting for a peaceful world," API works to educate the public about the importance of parent<hild attachment API offers local attachment parenting support groups, an educational web site, a speaker's bureau, and more.

Author: Katie Allison Granju

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 067102762X

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 336

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A complete guide to the concept of attachment parenting, which argues that parental responsiveness to a baby's needs leads to a well-adjusted child, offers tips on breastfeeding on demand, responding to a baby's cries, minimizing parent-child separation, and avoiding baby "gadgets." Original.

ParentSpeak

... PhD Parenting for a Peaceful World, by Robin Grille, PhD Escape from Childhood: The Needs and Rights of Children, by John Holt How Children Learn, by John Holt The Gentle Parent: Positive, Practical, Effective Discipline, ...

Author: Jennifer Lehr

Publisher: Workman Publishing

ISBN: 0761189009

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 256

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A provocative guide to the hidden dangers of “parentspeak”—those seemingly innocent phrases parents use when speaking to their young children. Imagine if every time you praise your child with “Good job!” you’re actually doing harm? Or that urging a child to say “Can you say thank you?” is exactly the wrong way to go about teaching manners? Jennifer Lehr is a smart, funny, and fearless writer who “takes everything you thought you knew about parenting and turns it on its ear” (Jennifer Jason Leigh). Backing up her lively writing and arguments with research from psychologists, educators, and organizations like Alfie Kohn, Thomas Gordon, and R.I.E. (Resources for Infant Educarers), Ms. Lehr offers a conscious approach to parenting based on respect and love for the child as an individual.

Real Kids in an Unreal World

Heart to Heart Parenting; Nurturing your child's emotional intelligence from conception to school age. Sydney: ABC Books. Grille, R. (2013). Parenting for a Peaceful World (second edition). Asheville, NC: Vox Cordis Press.

Author: Maggie Dent

Publisher: Pennington Publications

ISBN: 0994563256

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 200

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Real children need real experiences with real people to grow up happy, healthy, strong, kind and resilient. In the second edition of this bestselling book from one of Australia’s favourite parenting authors and educators Maggie Dent, Maggie explores the 10 essential building blocks that help children build resilience and self-esteem in our chaotic, uncertain world. We can’t change the world, however we can help our children to develop emotional buoyancy and competence by experiencing life's joys and successes, as well as its challenges and setbacks. When this is done within the safety of supportive relationships—especially in families and communities—one building block at a time from birth to 12, children can grow into being the capable, independent adults we all yearn to meet one day. About Maggie:Commonly known as the ‘queen of common sense’, Maggie Dent has become one of Australia's favourite parenting authors and educators, with a particular interest in the early years, adolescence and resilience. Maggie’s experience includes teaching, counselling, and working in palliative care/funeral services and suicide prevention. She is a dedicated advocate to quietly changing lives in our families and communities. She is the mother of four sons and a very grateful grandmother. Maggie is the author of 11 books including her 2018 release Mothering Our Boys which is already a bestseller.

Contemporary Parenting

A Global Perspective Guerda Nicolas, Anabel Bejarano, Debbiesiu L. Lee ... The capacity for understanding mental states: The reflective self in parent and child and its significance for security of ... Parenting for a peaceful world .

Author: Guerda Nicolas

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317660404

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 222

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Through a global, multidisciplinary perspective, this book describes how four factors influence parenting practices: a countries historical and political background, the parent’s educational history, the economy and the parent’s financial standing, and advances in technology. Case studies that illustrate the impact these four factors have on parents in various regions help us better understand parenting in today’s global, interconnected world. Descriptions of parenting practices in countries from Europe, North and South America, Africa, Asia, and the Caribbean give readers a contemporary perspective. Both research and clinical implications when working with families from various cultures are integrated throughout. Part I reviews the four major factors that shape parenting practices. Part II features cases written by contributors with extensive experience in parenting practice and research that bring to life the ways in which these four factors influence parenting within their region. Each chapter in Part II follows the same format to provide consistency for comparative purposes: an introduction, historical and political, economic, educational, and societal factors and parenting practices, and a conclusion. Each case reviews: Historical and political factors such as slavery, war, and natural disasters and how these factors impact cultural beliefs, parenting behaviors, and a child’s development Economic factors which impact the capacity for consistent, involved parenting which can result in low IQ, behavioral problems, depression, and domestic conflict and the need to account for financial factors when developing intervention programs Educational levels impact on parenting practices and their children’s achievements Advances in technology and its impact on parenting practices. Intended for graduate or advanced undergraduate courses in families in global context, immigrant families, family or public policy, multiculturalism or cross-cultural psychology, social or cultural development, counseling, social work, or international development taught in human development and family studies, psychology, social work, sociology, anthropology, racial studies, and international relations, this book also appeals to practitioners and researchers interested in family studies and child development and policy and program managers of governments, NGOs, and mental health agencies.