Helps parents encourage the skills and attitudes children need to resolve conflicts. Ways to avoid conflicts and ways to handle them once they arise are covered, as well as active listening, tolerance, prejudice, discrimination and accepting criticism.
Whether it's a fight with a friend, a run-in with a teacher or an argument with a parent, all children experience conflict in their everyday lives. This booklet will help parents encourage the skills and attitudes children need to resolve—and even benefit from— conflict. Ways to avoid conflicts and ways to handle them once they arise are covered, as well as ways parents can set a good example. The booklet helps parents teach their child active listening, tolerance, and to accept criticism. Parents will also learn how to talk with their child about prejudice and discrimination. Working through conflicts rationally and in control—rather than reacting physically—can help children reach their goals and be successful in school and life.
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