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James Dobson is known around the world for his family-advocating radio broadcasts and as the author of multiple best-selling books such as Dare to Discipline and The Strong-Willed Child, Bringing Up Boys and Bringing Up Girls.
Darren Glenn, her father, says Rhiannon was the proverbial strong-willed child - named, incidentally, for a Fleetwood Mac song.
In addition, Calm Baby includes the 'Mommy Toolbox' with tips on common parenting issues, such as getting the child to bed, the child waking at night, mealtime madness, the strong-willed child and toddler tantrums.
But she has always been a strong-willed child and it wasn't long before she was doing most things a child would do.
The daughter of a successful doctor, Bernard Lewinsky, and his wife Marcia, Monica was a bright, outgoing, strong-willed child.
Although a strong-willed child may rage and flail in the midst of a temper tantrum and may reactively shout defiance in a bout of angry frustration, when the temper has cooled, such a child is usually capable of talking over the situation reasonably.
It includes: * Tips for creating a positive therapist-client experience with parents * Guidelines for working with a variety of parents * Parenting tip sheets and homework assignments * Case studies focusing on many different parenting problems, including the strong-willed child, divorce, homework battles, spanking, and more How to Listen so Parents Will Talk and Talk so Parents Will Listen will help you develop positive relationships with parents so that constructive two-way dialogue can be established.
The Infancy Gospel of Thomas: The only book that deals with young Jesus, it indicates that Jesus was a strong-willed child who one historian describes as "Dennis the Menace as God.