Parenting: Become a Better Parent - Educational Video Tape (VHS)

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An Educational Video on Parenting Advice Parenting is the process of promoting and supporting the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development of a child from infancy to adulthood. An excerpt from Parenting - Become A Better Parent includes the following: It is important to realize that children need to belong, that the first desire that human beings have is to belong and to be a part of humanity. Therefore, if a child is allowed to be included, even with work, they will usually jump at the chance. This might sound strange to parents of a 10-year-old or a 13-year-old, but remember how kids were when they were three or four, and how much they were getting underfoot trying to help with the dishes, trying to copy what dad was doing with the hammer, attempting to pick up things to give them to the parent, or to wipe off the table. Children practice at being adults. They practice being capable and competent, and they ask to be included, and they ask to help. Only when a child becomes disillusioned, with their parents or their own ability, will they tend to turn from the constructive side of life, and either pull inside and do very little, or to actively identify with the negative side of life. In order to be an effective parent it is important to have an accurate picture of how children and adults perceive their world and the differences in how they think. By Jef Gazley MS, LMFT © 2005. The other self-help videos in the series includes: Dysfunctional Families, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Boundaries, Co-dependence, Chemical Dependence, and Love Addiction. Running Time: 41:42 minutes Watch this Parenting Education video right from your computer. It's faster and inexpensive! See a sample for the Parenting Educational Video   A comment about this educational video from a therapist: 'It's the hardest job in the world,' my mother used to say. It's also the most important. Our world is re-created one family at a time and the behaviors we model for our children become their 'normal' regardless how abnormal they may be. Jef does an outstanding job relating the effective principles of parenting, a most critical dynamic regarding our future.