Uno dei dati scientifici che consentono di prevedere con più affidabilità l'esito positivo dello sviluppo del bambino è il fatto che ci sia stata nella sua vita almeno una persona capace di essere presente con regolarità per lui. In un'epoca di distrazioni digitali e impegni pressanti, esserci per un figlio potrebbe sembrare un compito davvero arduo. Ma, rassicurano Daniel Siegel e Tina Payne Bryson, essere presenti non richiede necessariamente grandi quantità di tempo e di energia. Esserci significa offrire al bambino una presenza di qualità, semplice da assicurare se si tiene conto di quel che serve per un sano sviluppo infantile: protezione, comprensione, conforto e sicurezza, il "poker dell'attaccamento". Basato sulle ultime scoperte delle neuroscienze, questo volume contiene racconti, "piani d'azione", semplici strategie e suggerimenti per fornire a un bambino il "poker dell'attaccamento" in ogni situazione: quando incontra difficoltà o, invece, riesce brillantemente in un compito e anche quando ci scusiamo per le volte in cui non ci siamo stati per lui. Una guida preziosa per coltivare nel bambino un sano paesaggio emotivo.
- ISBN: 8832851547
- Casa Editrice: Cortina Raffaello
- Pagine: 240
We all want to become better parents for our children and yet our children did not come with a HOW TO or a book of instructions. Fear not, because this book lays it out in a very clear, no fluff, and easy to read book outlining in an easy to remember guide full of examples and scenarios. It is no sur Leggi tutto
Thank you to Random House for the free ARC. I am not a huge fan of parenting books, but this one is exactly what I needed to read, and wish I'd read 5 years ago when I became a part. The authors' writing style is so accessible and easy to digest, while still packing in so much great information. The Leggi tutto
When I saw that authors Siegel and Bryson were releasing a new parenting book, I couldn't request The Power of Showing Up fast enough! Their past writing has been such a formative part of my own parenting. Siegel and Bryson always share their knowledge, research, and experiences in an accessible and Leggi tutto
Apply the book 4 A in your parenting style to see the result today and future in your kids.
“When we know our kids in a direct and truthful way, they learn to know themselves that way, too.” The Power of Showing Up is the fourth in the quartet of parenting books by Daniel Siegel and Tina Payne Bryson. First things first. I was excited to get my hands on an advance review copy of this book be Leggi tutto
I saw this book on a list and I decided to give it a read because this is a book I generally would not read but I was curious about. I don't want to have kids but I am really interested in how one should parent responsible. Even though I don't see myself as a parent, I do have a lot of friends who a Leggi tutto
Daniel Siegel has written my favorite books on parenting and this book continues to explain how our growing knowledge of brain science and neuroplasticity can inform and improve our parenting choices and our relationship with our children. This book gets more into how attachment effects our children’ Leggi tutto
Wow. SO many parts of this book resonated with me and brought me to tears. I long suspected that I had an insecure ambivalent attachment style, due to the way I was raised and how my mother was with me. This book confirmed it and has renewed my intention to give my son a better life than what I had. Leggi tutto
Very repetitive writing - this material could easily have been presented as a long-ish article. The substance makes sense though, and strikes me as generally good parenting advice.
If you are anxious about screwing up your child (as I always am) this book is a nice antidote. It’s easy to read, clear, and it makes you realize that a lot of the small stuff you do naturally is actually the big stuff in the long run. This is a reassuring place to start reflecting on the parents yo Leggi tutto
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