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Hold On to Your Kids International Authority On Child Development Gordon Neufeld, Ph.D., Joins Forces With Bestselling Author Gabor Mat , M.D., To Tackle One Of The Most Disturbing Trends Of Our Time Children Today Looking To Their Peers For Direction Their Values, Identity, And Codes Of Behavior This Peer Orientation Undermines Family Cohesion, Interferes With Healthy Development, And Fosters A Hostile And Sexualized Youth Culture Children End Up Becoming Overly Conformist, Desensitized, And Alienated, And Being Cool Matters To Them Than Anything Else Hold On To Your Kids Explains The Causes Of This Crucial Breakdown Of Parental Influence And Demonstrates Ways To Reattach To Sons And Daughters, Establish The Proper Hierarchy In The Home, Make Kids Feel Safe And Understood, And Earn Back Your Children S Loyalty And Love This Updated Edition Also Specifically Addresses The Unprecedented Parenting Challenges Posed By The Rise Of Digital Devices And Social Media By Helping To Reawaken Instincts Innate To Us All, Neufeld And Mat Will Empower Parents To Be What Nature Intended A True Source Of Contact, Security, And Warmth For Their Children.

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  • Paperback
  • 352 pages
  • Hold On to Your Kids
  • Gordon Neufeld
  • 06 August 2017
  • 0375760288

10 thoughts on “Hold On to Your Kids

  1. says:

    I definitely underestimated this book This is why it languished on the shelf for a few years before I picked it up I expected yet another underwhelming parenting book Instead I encountered a revolutionary interpretation of the role of attachment in the lives of our youngsters and an exploration of the implications of this on our culture and our role as parents The basic neurodevelopmental role of attachment in the establishment of natural authority is explained and the toxic influences of mo I definitely underestimated this book This is why it languished on the shelf for a few years before I picked it up I expected yet another underwhelming parenting book Instead I encountered a revolutionary interpretation of the role of attachment in the lives of our youngsters and an exploration of the implications of this on our culture and our role a...

  2. says:

    Polarization occurs in relationships, which explains why youth shun their parents when they attach to their peers they can t see how to have both connections It is soooo important for parents to spend plenty of time with their kids in fun engaging activities.For me, this is one of the main reasons I homeschool I could never find enough time to spend with my children when they were gone from 8am to 4p...

  3. says:

    My favorite parenting book of all time While it is not extremely well written in a literary or organizational sense , I absolutely love and believe in the ideas presented in this book Neufeld very clearly identifies the underlying problems in our culture that pull our children away from us Children need to attach to parents, grandparents, and other adults who can help them develop a true sense of self We are robbing our children and ourselves when we push them too quickly out into the w...

  4. says:

    Here is a copy of the review I did for API I will honestly state that I did not agree with large portions of this book and had a hard time finishing it Because I did disagree with so much of it and knew I would need to do a review of it, I took lots of notes and I tried to analyze the authors claims and why I did or did not agree with them So as a critical thinking exercise it was very enjoyable It also sparked an interest in readingscientific research directly on attachment theory I v Here is a copy of the review I did for API I will honestly state that I did not agree with large portions of this book and had a hard time finishing it Because I did disagree with so much of it and knew I would need to do a review of it, I took lots of notes and I tried to analyze the authors claims and why I did or did not agree with them So as a c...

  5. says:

    I thought the first part of the book where the author gives examples of the horrors that can result when kids are peer oriented went on a bit too long, but did find the chapters where he eventually got around to explaining concrete steps to take to maintain parental attachment while avoiding or reversing peer attachment to be useful Before reading this book, I thought kids would attach to their parents based largely on the sheer quantity of time they spent together, but the authors have exp I thought the first part of the book where the author gives examples of the horrors that can result when kids are peer oriented went on a bit too long, but did find the chapters where he eventually got around to explaining concrete steps to take to maintain parental attachment while avoiding or reversing peer attachment to be useful Before reading this book, I thought kids would attach to their parents based largely on the sheer quantity of time they spent together, but the authors have explained that it iscomplicated than that It is easier than I supposed for kids to become unattached to their parents, but then on the flip side it shouldn t be too hard to get them back if you catch this early.I also appreciated the chapter describing the ways peer orientation seems to be a good thing in young kids and that s why society pressures parents into getting their kids socialized at a young age Although it may be too complicated to explain to people who disagree in a so...

  6. says:

    This is probably the best parenting book I have ever read It explains so much about peer dominated culture, why it keeps getting worse, and why kids succumb to it at younger and younger ages As our kids grow up, they are put into far too many situations where they are expected to develop dependent relationships on their peers rather than on mature adults Classroom sizes are too big, parent...

  7. says:

    I picked this up because I heard about the author s concept of counterwill that innate human tendency to resist when someone tries to control you But I was turned off by his kids these days rhetoric Didn t make it past the first chapter.

  8. says:

    The only parenting book I ve read cover to cover though I ve started at least half a dozen this year My first child was a preemie, and once I finally got her home, she never left my side until I had to go back to work I carried her in a wrap, she sat on my lap while she ate, and slept with us I had thought that was attachment parenting, until just a few months ago, when trying to wrap my head around some family trials I was watching some loved ones go through It was only then that I re The only parenting book I ve read cover to cover though I ve started at least half a dozen this year My first child was a preemie, and o...

  9. says:

    Here s what I put on my blog about it A few months ago a friend blogged about a book she had read Seeing how it seemed to have an impact on her and respecting her as a seriously amazing mom, I decided to pick it up She was right It was one of those books that I would try to relay to Ryan after every chapter I read And he even listened, which is sort of, um, rare It s obviously a little older than the stage my kids are at, but I m glad I read it before I get to that point where your kids a Here s what I put on my blog about it A few months ago a friend blogged about a book she had read Seeing how it seemed to have an impact on her and respecting her as a seriously amazing mom, I decided to pick it up She was right It was one of those books that I would try to relay to Ryan after every chapter I read And he even listened, which is sort of, um, rare It s obviously a little older than the stage my kids are at, but I m glad I read it before I get to that point where your kids are annoyed when you re around and just want to be with their friends, because it also seems like something you should just make your lifestyle Practice makes perfect, and it would be nice to get it figured out before you really need it, you know Besides the fact that it s not like it happens overnight, and I was amazed to see how early on the seeds of peer orientation are sewn.Part of the basic idea is that the natural order is for things to be passed on from older generations to ...

  10. says:

    ir viena no lietder g kaj m gr mat m par b rniem un to audzin anu, ko esmu las jusi T fokus jas uz to, cik svar ga ir b rnu un pusaud u dro piesaiste secure attachment ar vec kiem vai citiem pieaugu ajiem , k to izveidot un uztur t Bet galvenais gr matas vadmot vs ir kas notiek ar m su b rniem, ja m s o piesaisti neveidojam pazaud jam Piesaistei ir j b t, un ja t nav ar vec kiem, t rodas ar draugiem, kas veido situ ciju, kad b rnus audzina b rni Gr mat detaliz ti aprakst tas ir viena no lietder g kaj m gr mat m par b rniem un to audzin anu, ko esmu las jusi T fokus jas uz to, cik svar ga ir b rnu un pusaud u dro piesaiste secure attachment ar vec kiem vai citiem pieaugu ajiem , k to izveidot un uztur t Bet galvenais gr matas vadmot vs ir kas notiek ar m su b rniem, ja m s o piesaisti neveidojam pazaud jam Piesaistei ir j b t, un ja t na...

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