Tough Times, Strong Children: Lessons from the Past for Your Children's Future

Tough Times, Strong Children: Lessons from the Past for Your Children's Future

Dan Kindlon / Nov 19, 2019

Tough Times Strong Children Lessons from the Past for Your Children s Future Every generation of children has to deal with unique challenges and crises American children today face new realities from school violence to terrorism in a world that changed forever on that clear

  • Title: Tough Times, Strong Children: Lessons from the Past for Your Children's Future
  • Author: Dan Kindlon
  • ISBN: 9780786869121
  • Page: 389
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Every generation of children has to deal with unique challenges and crises American children today face new realities, from school violence to terrorism, in a world that changed forever on that clear September morning in 2001 Is the generation of children growing up now prepared for hardship, sacrifice, and self reliance Here is the essential guide for parents looking foEvery generation of children has to deal with unique challenges and crises American children today face new realities, from school violence to terrorism, in a world that changed forever on that clear September morning in 2001 Is the generation of children growing up now prepared for hardship, sacrifice, and self reliance Here is the essential guide for parents looking for a comprehensive, optimistic strategy for easing the transition from childhood s innocence to the harsh realities of adulthood in the twenty first century.In Tough Times, Strong Children Dr Dan Kindlon offers wise and often moving examples of how families and individuals have coped during other periods marred by war, deprivation, and economic upheaval Through interviews conducted specifically for this book, Kindlon talks to survivors of the Depression the Blitz concentration camps as well as the Troubles in Ireland and the guerilla war in Colombia This testimony and these memories demonstrate that parents play a huge role in the way children absorb stress and trauma and how they handle fear and uncertainty Kindlon examines the roles of humor, bravado, and even denial in making our children feel protected, and yet aware of the world and its dangers as well as joys Many of the stories in this book inspire us to act courageously for our children when we are afraid, to show them confidence we may not feel, and in the words of a child of World War II, get on with it Combining his clinical experience with psychological and biological research, Kindlon explains the process of dealing with adversity and why some children are able to survive and even thrive as adults and others are crippled He combines hard science with the voices of those who have lived through the worst events of the twentieth century to illustrate the importance of family and extended family community a strong belief system and self reliance learned from involved parents Kindlon s good news is that parents can work actively towards empowering and immunizing children against an uncertain future.

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    About "Dan Kindlon"

      • Dan Kindlon

        Dan Kindlon, Ph.D a member of the Harvard University faculty for over fifteen years, teaches child psychology and conducts research in child development A leading clinical and research psychologist specializing in behavioral problems in children and adolescents, Dr Kindlon has focused on the diagnosis and treatment of emotional issues, learning disabilities and attention deficit disorders in over 20 years of clinical practice He is the author of many articles in scientific journals and several books, including Alpha Girls, Raising Cain, Too Much of a Good Thing, and Tough Times, Strong Children Dr Kindlon lectures widely to groups of parents, educators, and mental health professionals, and has made many national media appearances, including on The Today Show, 20 20, CNN, and National Public Radio He lives outside Boston with his wife and two children.


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