Have you asked yourself the questions: Is it better to be strict or lenient with my children? What should I do if my child is being bullied? How can I get my teenager to talk to me? What should I do if my child has dyslexia?
Psychology for parents: Birth to teens offers answers to these questions grounded in psychological research. It presents psychological evidence on parenting issues from birth to teens in an accessible way. It aims to bridge the gap between child psychology textbooks and traditional parenting books.
This comprehensive reference guide does not need to be read in order because it covers a wide range of topics such as intelligence, personality, special needs and mental health. Parents will find that they go back to the book as different issues crop up in their child's life.