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Self-Help
Author: Lawrence J. Cohen,Michael Thompson
ISBN: 0345450108
Subcategory: Relationships
Pages 272 pages
Publisher Ballantine Books; 1 edition (July 30, 2002)
Language English
Category: Self-Help
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 843
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by Lawrence J. Cohen,Michael Thompson


Above all, Michael Thompson and Lawrence Cohen give answers–why it happens and what to do about it. I was really impressed by their ability to make helpful sense out of a truly difficult part of child-raising.

Above all, Michael Thompson and Lawrence Cohen give answers–why it happens and what to do about it. ANTHONY E. WOLF, P.

My son is 11 with Aspergers. His social skills are lacking. I found this book helpful

Thompson and Laurence Cohen use their experiences as parents and child psychologists to unravel the complex dynamics of social interactions among children. The third coauthor is writer Catherine Grace. My son is 11 with Aspergers. I found this book helpful.

Mom, They're Teasing Me: Helping Your Child Solve Social Problems.

Mom, They’re Teasing Me answers key questions about the many manifestations of social cruelty, offers compelling descriptions of prime teasing scenarios, and illustrates how to counter them. It is an indispensable book for involved parents who want to make their child’s formative years rich and rewarding.

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Mom, They’re Teasing Me is a specific, hands-on guide for concerned parents who want to give their children the tools they need to cope with social cruelty. Mom, They’re Teasing Me deals in-depth with specific aspects of social cruelty: the four major types of children at risk for social isolation and their unique problems; the ordinary pain of those children not at risk-but who, nevertheless, cause their parents concern; and bad class dynamics in the school and neighborhood.

Mom, They’re Teasing Me. Helping Your Child Solve Social Problems

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Mom, They’re Teasing Me answers key questions about the many manifestations of. .Mom, They're Teasing Me. Michael Thompson, PhD. - Published by Ballantine Books -. Children suffer when they are teased or excluded or have a fight with a friend-and parents suffer emphatically right along with them. Our job is to bear that pain and also to put it in perspective.

From the acclaimed authors of Best Friends, Worst Enemies, here is the perfect companion volume: a practical, how-to guide for parents to help their children navigate the sometimes harsh terrain of social life at school, on the playground, and in the neighborhood.Almost everyone agrees (and remembers): Childhood can be a traumatic time. Kids frequently face peer rejection, name-calling, bullying, after-school fights, esteem-crushing cliques, and malicious exclusion by the popular kids. And parents often feel powerless to console their children. Now help is here. Mom, They’re Teasing Me is a specific, hands-on guide for concerned parents who want to give their children the tools they need to cope with social cruelty. Through vividly written case studies and a reader-friendly question-and-answer format, this compelling book shows parents what a child may confront with other children, and then offers concrete advice on handling each situation.Mom, They’re Teasing Me deals in-depth with specific aspects of social cruelty: the four major types of children at risk for social isolation and their unique problems; the ordinary pain of those children not at risk—but who, nevertheless, cause their parents concern; and bad class dynamics in the school and neighborhood. Through thoughtful discussion and insightful suggestions, parents will discover• The difference between real risk and normal social pain• The appropriate time to intervene—and when to step back• Tips on how to mediate between children—without appearing meddlesome• Essential advice for parents who worry too much• The importance of teaching and encouraging leadership• The redemptive power of friendshipMom, They’re Teasing Me answers key questions on the many manifestations of social cruelty, offers compelling descriptions of prime “teasing” scenarios, and illustrates how to counter them. It is an indispensable book for every involved parent who wants to make their child’s formative years rich and rewarding.
Ral
Very good ... knowledge was helpful ... very interesting. A lot of real life stories which I could relate to with my daughter's experiences in school. Questions by parents and teachers asked and answered in the book. Would recommend to parents.
Arcanescar
This is a good read! All teachers and parents need to read this even if their child isn't getting teased.
Kanek
My son is 11 with Aspergers. His social skills are lacking. I found this book helpful. My heart breaks for him and am always looking for tips to help him.
Foiuost
This book gives practical examples of what is going on at school and with kids development. A reassuring logical book for parents.
Hulis
Very informative and balanced.
Pettalo
Excellent book. Indispensable for both teachers and parents of middle school children.
Bine
I found this to be a well-practical book that would be helpful for all parents to read. It’s good to be reminded what age-appropriate levels of problems are, and how devastating those problems can feel to a child (even when they really aren’t that big of a deal). At the same time, it was helpful to be appraised of warning signs for bigger problems, and actions that could be taken to help any child. The book reminded me that middle school can be brutal for anyone outside of societal norms. Many of the problems kids have in middle school seem to just evaporate by the time they get to high school, so waiting it out does seem to be a viable strategy.
Bullies often succeed in convincing their victims that it's the victims' fault, that the abuse did not happen, or that it was done for the victims' benefit.

When nothing is done to help victimized children, they grow into adults that continue to blame themselves for everything that goes wrong around them.

This book accurately describes the kind of abuses that many children are still exposed to in our schools. The book will be of excellent help to those wishing to protect their children and students from bullies.

It will also enable those who care about children to withstand arguments from those who wish to turn a blind eye to the abuse that is happening outside of their backyards.

The book will also be helpful to adults that have themselves been bullied. Because the basic bullying tactics have not changed and because the book describes them so well, it validates the reality of the past abuse.

This validation is very helpful in resolving the emotional anguish that many adults, who have been abused as children, still carry.