In questo libro intelligente e di approccio immediato, la celebre psicoterapeuta Philippa Perry spiega cosa realmente conta e cosa invece è importante evitare nel rapporto con i figli: i dos e i don’ts del parenting. Invece di cercare a tutti i costi «la perfezione», Perry mette in luce gli elementi che alimentano una relazione sana genitori-figli.
Questo libro vi aiuterà a:
• Comprendere in che modo la vostra esperienza di figlio inﬂuenza il vostro essere genitore
• Accettare il fatto di compiere degli errori e capire come rimediare
• Interrompere degli schemi di comportamento negativi che avete ereditato dal passato
• Gestire i vostri sentimenti e quelli di vostro figlio
• Capire cosa comunicate attraverso i vostri diversi comportamenti
Ricco di consigli, di esempi pratici e di spunti per «esercitarvi», questo è il libro che ogni genitore vorrebbe leggere e ogni figlio vorrebbe che i propri genitori avessero letto.
- ISBN: 8867006134
- Casa Editrice: Corbaccio
- Pagine: 300
I really hated this book. I can't relate at all to the author's assumptions that everything you find difficult about looking after a kid (even a baby) goes back to the way you yourself were neglected as a child. Honestly, babies are just a LOT of work, and it's completely reasonable to get fed up, e Leggi tutto
Psychotherapist Phillipa Perry provides sound common sense advice for parents on how to improve their relationships with their children, much of which will be familiar to professionals that work with children. It is easy to understand, with highly accessible material and ideas on how to improve home Leggi tutto
This is a lovely book for anyone starting a family. I skimmed some as my children are virtually adults and from what I've read I completely agree with Philipa. Give your children loads of patience, attention, be there for them whenever they need you and they should grow into happy independent indivi Leggi tutto
This was an interesting read insofar as it pushes the boundaries of how useful a parenting guide can be without considering patriarchal power. Unlike the vast majority of parenting guides, Philippa Perry's The Book You Wish Your Parents Had Read gives mostly sensible, empathetic advice for how to re Leggi tutto
This was a good read with some very useful tips to think about for anyone who either is a parent or questions the way they have been brought up, written in a compassionate and clear style.
Fantastic. I'm going to listen to this every year. My strong and personal belief is that relationships rule all. Parenting, teaching, being a good friend...and this bottles that idea and gave me all the reasons why the author think this too, and the science to back it up. It's therapy heavy, it's pr Leggi tutto
I am not a parent and I got SO much out of this book. Philippa Perry is one of my favourite psychotherapy writers and frankly I'd read a book about paint drying if it had her name on the front cover. I feel like I understand the children in my life - and myself when I was a child - better after read Leggi tutto
3.5 stars I often try to read books on parenting, more for insight really, but if I can take some tips from it - great! This relatively short book is broken into sections, each detailing how to engage with your child and approach various situations. I found it to be both interesting and practical, an Leggi tutto
Absolutely brilliant and I don’t think you need to have children to take something away from this book.
I don't normally read self-help books, but I'd recently had a training session about the use of psychotherapy in schools, a lot of which spoke to me as a parent, and I was keen to find out more. This book is a game-changer. I'm glad that I've read it now, as a parent of a 10 and 7-year-old, but I re Leggi tutto
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