How to Really Love Your Child

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David C Cook, 2004 - Religion - 141 pages
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Many parents would be dismayed to discover that their child feels unloved. After all, they make sure that their child has the things they need. They attend their child's school events. They buy their child the things they want. So why is it then that most children doubt that they are genuinely and unconditionally loved?

In this best-selling book, Dr. D. Ross Campbell reveals the emotional needs of a child and provides parents with the skill and techniques that can begin to help make your child feel truly loved and accepted. You'll learn to really love your child through every situation of child rearing from physical touch to discipline and from affirmation to spiritual nurture.

 

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GREAT Book! - So many uses

User Review  - MissK - Christianbook.com

Dr. Campbell explains well the disconnect between the love in parents' hearts and the perceptions of children. I first bought and read this book when I was 18 or 19, and no where near becoming a ... Read full review

A Classic!

User Review  - BLJ616 - Christianbook.com

This has been my "go to" recommended book for new parents (and parents of young children) since our first child was born over 30 years ago. His straighforward guidance and method of learning how to ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword
7
Preface
9
The Problem
11
The Setting
21
The Foundation
31
How to Show Love through Eye Contact
39
How to Show Love through Physical Contact
47
How to Show Love through Focused Attention
57
Appropriate and Inappropriate Love
69
A Childs Anger
79
What Is It?
89
Loving Discipline
101
DisciplineRequests Commands Rewards and Punishment
117
Children with Special Problems
125
Helping Your Child Spiritually
133
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About the author (2004)

Dr. D. Ross Campbell is an adult, adolescent and child psychiatrist, noted author and lecturer on parent-child relationships. He was the founder of Southeastern Counseling Center in Chattanooga, TN, and served as its director until retiring in January 1996. Dr. Campbell serves as an Associate Clinical Professor in the Departments of Pediatrics and Psychiatry at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine. Dr. Campbell earned a B.S. degree from the United States Naval Academy and his medical degree from the University of Florida.

Dr. Campbell's first book How To Really Love Your Child, published in 1977, has sold over 1 million copies and is in its 35th printing. Revised and update in 1992, it continues to be an internationally acclaimed best seller. His book How To Really Love Your Teenager received the Gold Medallion Award.

In addition to writing, Dr. Campbell has lectured throughout the United States and in numerous European countries. He is currently a seminar leader and board member of Ministering to Ministers, an organization dedicated to the support of ministers and their families.

Dr. Campbell and his wife, Pat, have four adult children and one grandchild. They reside on Signal Mountain, TN where he is a member of Signal Mountain Baptist Church.

Current Title: How To Really Love a Child
How To Really Love Your Teenager

Brand: Life Journey

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