Before It's Too Late: Why Some Kids Get Into Trouble--and What Parents Can Do About It

Before It s Too Late Why Some Kids Get Into Trouble and What Parents Can Do About It Is it just a phase or could your child be headed for serious trouble If you sense that your child is seriously troubled you may feel bewildered helpless ineffective How can you stop your child fro

  • Title: Before It's Too Late: Why Some Kids Get Into Trouble--and What Parents Can Do About It
  • Author: Stanton E. Samenow
  • ISBN: 9780812930658
  • Page: 334
  • Format: Paperback
  • Is it just a phase, or could your child be headed for serious trouble If you sense that your child is seriously troubled, you may feel bewildered, helpless, ineffective How can you stop your child from throwing away his or her life How can you avoid thinking that you ve failed as a parent In this newly revised and expanded edition of the classic guide Before It s TooIs it just a phase, or could your child be headed for serious trouble If you sense that your child is seriously troubled, you may feel bewildered, helpless, ineffective How can you stop your child from throwing away his or her life How can you avoid thinking that you ve failed as a parent In this newly revised and expanded edition of the classic guide Before It s Too Late, clinical psychologist Stanton E Samenow explains how to break the useless cycle of blame and take corrective action Topics include How to understand the personality of the antisocial child How to tell the difference between a phase and a pattern of misbehavior How to identify the seven common manifestations of antisocial behavior How to cope effectively as the parent of an older antisocial child How to avoid the six common mistakes that prevent parents from taking action How to step in early and effectively before bad behavior becomes entrenched

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    1 thought on “Before It's Too Late: Why Some Kids Get Into Trouble--and What Parents Can Do About It”

    1. This book saved our family. Our son had been in residential treatment for a long time. It was because of this book that he has now been home for a year!

    2. This book was written for parents by clinical psychologist Stanton Samenow, who specializes in dealing with juvenile and adult criminals, and who earlier wrote Inside the Criminal Mind and co-authored The Criminal Personality. His message is very simple: whatever the environmental circumstances, the antisocial child is antisocial by choice—not simply because he is poor or latchkey or from a broken home or suffers from alcoholic parents or…. True, heredity and environment play a part, but Sa [...]

    3. This is a really good book for parents of kids who display criminal thinking. It can really be helpful if your kids are younger and not too entrenched - to help you to help them and also help you to realize that kids make choices and kids that commit crimes are not necessarily a product of bad parenting.

    4. The book is accurate and provides insight into troubled children’s thinking and actions. He kept wanting to not blame the parents, but all of the interventions he highlights are things parents ought to be doing even if their child doesn’t display anti-social behavior. While I agree that not all childhood trouble is parents’ fault, the placement of responsibility for amending the issue on the parent sort of undermines that message. Of course, the author regularly reminds us that the kids mu [...]

    5. Excellent presentation of how parents can work with their children who are tending to get themselves into trouble.

    6. Interesting premise, and did give me some food for thought on something I'm dealing with. Not sure I totally agree with him, though.

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