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Radical Parenting: Seven Steps to a Functional Family in a Dysfunctional World (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 1. November 2002


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HASH(0x9d84ed38) von 5 Sternen I WIsh I Had Read This Book When My Kids Were Little 28. Januar 2003
Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Unfortunately, no books like Radical Parenting were available when I was raising kids, or I would have been a better parent. Oh sure, I THOUGHT I was a good parent. And, if you think you're a good parent, then you need to read this book, too. Because all parents abuse their children in one way or another. But, the worst kind of abuse is often the abuse that you aren't even aware of. This newest book by Dr. Brad Blanton gets REAL about the major sins we commit as parents using our children as the victims. It tells how we fail to maximize the opportunities for our kids to grow and develop into creators and become happy people. It shows the way to raising radically better kids by focusing first on our own growth and inner development. This book points out the traps and barriers set up for parents by our culture, our politics, our religion and, of course, the mind. It tells what makes people happy and what makes them be in love and become loving people. It reveals how children and grown-up's achieve satisfaction and fulfillment in life. There are wet marks on the pages where I learned some of the dumb things I did. I understand myself better as a result of this book. And, I also know better how to learn from children. Thanks, Dr. B. for this GREAT BOOK!
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HASH(0x9d84ed8c) von 5 Sternen From Dr. Spock to Dr. Blanton 11. Februar 2003
Von H.R. Rubenstein - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Combining the best of the fields of psychology, psychotherapy and sociology, with a great love of children and their potential, Brad Blanton makes an impassioned plea for creating a world where children can grow and flourish. Radical Parenting isn't as radical as it is useful for all of us, regardless of how young or old our children and our friends' children might be. From Dr. Spock to Brad Blanton, a parent would do well to follow their sage advice.
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HASH(0x9d8511e0) von 5 Sternen Relevant beyond parenting 29. November 2012
Von Joyce - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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In some ways this is my favorite of this author's books. Much more is addressed than parenting, so if you are not a parent the book is still relevant. One central issue, as in his other books, is the war between being and the mind. Here, Blanton explains how a mind gets built, how it functions and how it malfunctions, and further, how we might bring about the balanced use of the mind, while remaining centered in the experience of the body. But don't think the book reads as theoretically as this explanation sounds. Blanton always writes from his heart in his inimitable style that is always fun to read. In this book he draws on his own experience in parenting (beginning with his younger brother when Blanton was nine).

His seven steps to being a parent are:
1. Completing what has been incomplete in your own life, particularly with your own parents
2. Forgiving your dysfunctional culture
3. Gaining a new perspective on being a human being that transcends your culture
4. Coming to a clear understanding of how the brain and mind work
5. Learning how to create creators by not blocking creativity
6. Getting good at envisioning possibilities
7. Integrating and applying what you have learned from outgrowing your parents and your culture

The short version: All you have to do is grow up and at the same time never get over being a child.
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HASH(0x9d8511c8) von 5 Sternen Radical Parenting for Radical Parents 26. Februar 2013
Von Hispanic Reader From NY - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Yes, it is a very interesting book. I purchased it after I read Radical Honesty and I think Brad is on the right path. There is so much hypocrisy in our society it is enough to create a society of people who can't be in touch with their feelings and desires because they have to be politically correct at all times.

My favorite chapter is about letting your kids live more in the present moment. For example, where we live in NYC is very normal to see kids being pushed constantly to outperform through endless schedules of piano, arts, athletic classes besides normal school. Kids are complaining many times about the classes they are taking because they are NOT what they want but what their parents want.

More and more we are starting kids earlier at school and teaching them how to become great test takers, logic is nowhere to be found and experimenting has to be always within a controlled environment in the classroom. Brad explains how his children are all brilliant and started school late by 6 years of age, how they grew more as human beings by letting them be caretakers of livestock or simply by participating in chores at home, which are almost non-existent today for American kids. He shows how letting them exercise freedom of choice at an early age shapes them well, and how letting them experience the world at their pace is more advantageous for raising a healthy child.

After reading this book, I let my child choose his after school activities more freely. We used to have him in swimming and he was excellent however, he hated it. He doesn't take swimming anymore. He asked to be taking out of chess even though he enjoys it. Then we asked him what he wanted to do to which he replied: "basketball". He is now taking basketball almost every day and plays in 2 leagues on the weekends. He loves it and is excelling at it. He reads a lot and loves it. Moral? Run with their passion like Brad Blanton recommends. My son asked me to place him in a science class or chess again, I will let him choose once again. UP TO HIM.

Just to give you a peek into our life, we don't own video games of any kind, he is attending a gifted and talented program which honestly I am not sure it is the best for him, and we try not to overwhelm him with academics. We grew up happily playing on the streets, there is none of that almost left.

We are trying to be more present and enjoy our lives with him more instead of planning and making him a robot to attend a prestigious school he will come out of cutting everybody's throat in order to make a living, only to end up at the psychiatrist couch and like some acquaintances we know.

Conclusion? The book has worked for us and I encourage you to read it.
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HASH(0x9d851594) von 5 Sternen My favorite parenting book! 27. November 2012
Von Bruce Mulkey - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
My favorite parenting book . . . and I've read a lot of them. A no-nonsense guide to raising healthy, happy, honest, self-reliant children who love and respect themselves and those around them.
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