By Daniel J. Siegel, Tina Payne Bryson
"Daniel Siegel y Tina Payne Bryson han escrito una guía magistral y fácil de leer para ayudar a desarrollar l. a. inteligencia emocional de los niños. Este brillante método convierte las interacciones cotidianas en valiosas oportunidades para moldear el cerebro. Cualquiera que se preocupe por los niños -y que quiera a un niño- debería leer El cerebro del niño."
Daniel Goleman, autor de Inteligencia emocional
En este libro innovador y práctico, Daniel J. Siegel, neuropsiquiatra y autor del bestseller Mindsight, y l. a. experta en paternidad Tina Payne Bryson desmitifican las problem y los conflictos, explicando los nuevos conocimientos científicos sobre cómo está constituido el cerebro y cómo madura. Incluyendo claras explicaciones, estrategias correspondientes a las distintas edades para enfrentarse a las luchas cotidianas e ilustraciones que ayudan a explicar estos conceptos a los niños, El cerebro del niño enseña a cultivar un desarrollo emocional e intelectual sano para que los niños puedan tener una vida equilibrada, significativa y conectada.
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Challenges Specific to Our Time The negative elements of an industry-generated culture have always in some way been a concern to parents. What about parents’ reactions to Elvis’ seductive hip-swaying in the 1950s? Or the shock of Madonna’s fashion sense in the 1980s? Parents have always voiced their opinions about the ever-changing “pushing 6 Today’s Parenting Challenges of limits” so integral to the industry-generated culture. This is to be expected. There are significant distinctions today, however, that need to be clearly understood in order to be productively addressed.
I. 5 Year (Based on data reported in Brad J. Bushman and Craig A. Anderson, “Media Violence and the American Public: Scientific Facts Versus Media Misinformation,” American Psychologist 56, no. 6/7 (2001): pp. ) The amplified voice of the industry culture sends messages to parents that are counter to what the experts know, believe, and actually insist upon. Even when the information given parents seems valuable, the lens gets spotty and the importance of what parents must do becomes muddied. At times, while citing experts about the importance of play for young children’s healthy development, for instance, the author ends with the notion that parents are too overwhelmed to do anything about the issue, too busy to follow the experts’ advice.
The fact that attending to our children is sacred work can be easily forgotten, even if we remind ourselves at church, synagogue, or mosque each week. In living robotically our life force diminishes. Spiritual damage results, not only for ourselves, but for our children as well. To return to center and know ourselves as spiritual people, as well as competent parents, means reclaiming our identity. Consider how Marge did it. Marge made contact with me while a working mother of a three-year-old daughter, Lily, and a ten-month-old son, Todd.