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Hold On to Your Kids Why Parents Need to Matter More Than Peers

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Polarization occurs in elationships which explains why youth shun their parents when they attach to their peers they can t see how to have both connections It is soooo important for parents to spend plenty of time with their kids in fun engaging activitiesFor me this is one of the main easons I homeschool I could never find enough time to spend with my children when they were gone from 8am to 4pm and then acing off to other activities when they weren t at school Now I can actually have uiet conversations with them Hooray for home and family the key to healing the nation and the world This is probably the best parenting book I have ever Taking to the Streets: The Transformation of Arab Activism read It explains so much about peer dominated culture why it keeps getting worse and why kids succumb to it at younger and younger ages As our kids grow up they are put into far too many situations where they are expected to develop dependentelationships on their peers ather than on mature adults Classroom sizes are too big parents are too busy with work or life stresses or only one parent is present families are often isolated from extended family that used to have such a large ole in Men of Empire: Power and Negotiation in Venice's Maritime State raising children and adults that children can develop meaningfulelationships with are few and far between Instead our children develop dependent A Gift of Time: Continuing Your Pregnancy When Your Baby's Life Is Expected to Be Brief relationships with peers that are too immature to offer them the wisdom guidance and most importantly the unconditional love and acceptance that their parents should be providing them with Once a child has shifted his attachment from parents to peers parenting power is lost and the parent s input is no longer valued These kids then try to win the approval of their peers by conforming bullyingejecting adults engaging in dangerous behaviors seeking to form bonds through sexual experiences at younger and younger ages They seek the unconditional love that other immature children cannot give them and when they don t get it the Bazaars, Conversations Freedom results are anger suicide self mutilation alcohol and drug consumption and just about every other ill that is plaguing the youth of today Kids who attach to other kidsather than mature adults are not free to develop their true selves Peer oriented kids are expected to conform to hide their differences to not seem too interested in anything that is not cool to spend all of their time trying to connect and manage unwieldy To Russia with Love: An Alaskan's Journey relationships with their friends to stay on top of who is doing what with whom all the while burying their vulnerable feelings their curiosities their uniue ideas These kids never have the ability to actually grow up to embrace their true selves to mature into a uniue confident individual Now we have kids who have graduated from college with no idea who they are or what they are interested in All of their energies dur Here s what I put on my blog about itA few months ago a friend blogged about a book she hadead Seeing how it seemed to have an impact on her and especting her as a seriously amazing mom I decided to pick it up She was "right It was one of those books that I would try to elay to Ryan after every chapter "It was one of those books that I would try to Student Movements for Multiculturalism: Challenging the Curricular Color Line in Higher Education relay to Ryan after every chapteread And he even listened which is sort of *um are It s obviously a little older than the stage my kids are at but I * rare It s obviously a little older than the stage my kids are at but I glad I ead it before I get to that point where your kids are annoyed when you e around and just want to be with their friends because it also seems like something you should just make your lifestyle Practice makes perfect and it would be nice to get it figured out before you eally need it you know Besides the fact that it s not like it happens overnight and I was amazed to see how early on the seeds of peer orientation are sewnPart of the basic idea is that the natural order is for things to be natural order is for things to be on from older generations to the younger ones knowledge ideas values how to act talk dress etc It s that way in all of nature animals and humans Or it used to be In the last few generations there has been a huge shift in that kids now look to their peers for this information Lauter alte Akten. Den von Formularen geplagten Zeitgenossen zum Trost, zur Belehrung und Erheiterung rather than adults So much so that I didn t evenealize it wasn t normal when I was first Cannibal Encounters: Europeans and Island Caribs, 1492–1763 reading this book But as the author says anyoneeading the book probably grew up that way and so we don t even ealize it s a problem So now we have generations of immature children being aised by other immature children Even language and vocabulary has dropped as a esult because they e getting their language or lack thereof from each other His idea is that this has Ragana ir lietus resulted in a whole lot of the issues that we see in society now children who want nothing to do with adults can t socialize with adults children who are aggressive calloused don t feel emotion don t engage in meaningfulelationships have their curiosity stamped out because it s not cool are sexually promiscuous with less feeling about it families falling apart parents who have lost the power to parent their children and kids who will follow their skewed instincts to stay close to their peers at all costs His theory is that we all have a basic instinct or need for attachment and when that is not met or strong enough with parents kids will shift that need to peers to fill it with the costly loss of parental attachment which causes parents to lose the power to parent their children because the children are no longer looking to them for cues about anythingI d love to tell you all the great ideas from the whole book but I wouldn t do it justice and Beasts and Savages really you should justead it It eally has made me think a lot about my own life my own parenting and. International authority on child development Gordon Neufeld PhD joins forces with bestselling author Gabor Maté MD to tackle one of the most disturbing trends of our time Children today looking to their peers for direction their values identity and codes of behavior This “peer orientation” undermines family cohesion interferes with healthy development and fosters a hostil. Did make me notice a lot of the things that did go ight Like my mom always having lots of big family dinners We always had extended family around and always intermingled with the generations playing games and talking I also think of how much the church is inspired in this way from it s strong emphasis on families and family time to always ensuring that there were caring adults who played a big part in your life leaders and Sunday school teachers and such and helped your own parents get to know people you were associating with better along with their families It also made me The Future of the Public University in America: Beyond the Crossroads resolve to be a better friend to other kids to get to know my friend s kids better or other kids at church who could benefit from another caring adult in their life I ll admit this is hard for me I ve never been aeal kid person so having my own children I ve had to be totally focused inward just to take care of my own little family especially once the twins came along I have a hard enough time paying attention to my own kids let alone someone else s but I always love it when friends have a genuine interest in my kids And that s part of his suggestions is to have a big network of caring adults family members and friends to be a part of your children s lives To help them attach to other positive adults Manual of Forensic Science: An International Survey rather than to a bunch of peers you know nothing about and that they want to leave your company to spend every waking minute with He says The greater the number of caring adults in a child s life the immune he or she will be to peer orientationIt did however make me anxious about sending my kids to school here especially given their personalities and made meealize where you live and what kind of neighborhood and school area you Das Vermächtnis des Rings: Neue fantastische Geschichten J. 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Tolkien zu Ehren re in could possibly have a huge impact on how your kids grow up for better or worse I was also interested to see how much applied to teachers and teaching and how much attachment plays a part in learningI even thought some of the advice was applicable to my marriage likeemembering the Die Stadt der Tiere: Ein Tierkrimi relationship is important than the behavior That s a good one And that filling someone s need for attention when theye begging for it Gendering the Trans-Pacific World really doesn t fill the need it s only when it s spontaneously given that iteally satisfies Um ok that one wasn t actually for me HINTThe one thing I didn t like as much was that even though the things he was suggesting seemed to point to it he never said much about how staying home with your kids ather than working would be a good idea I m pretty sure his own wife and mother must have worked out of the home because he just sort of brushed it off as not being practical in today s world and just told you how to deal with it since you would probably be out working It just seemed like so many other things he was suggesting were different from the societal norm that it seems like he could have given it some weight as at least being beneficial to your children and worth the effort to make it work Anyway all in all the author is not saying friends are bad just that there should be adults around and ideally you would be involved with your children and their "FRIENDS AND THEIR FAMILIES HE EVEN GOES INTO BETTER "and their families He even goes into better to discipline to help preserve your elationship with your kids Minor Marriage in Early Islamic Law rather than hurt it That s going to take some creativity on my part and I ll have to see what works for usEven with how much I liked the book though I ll have to say it did take me about 3 or 4 months toead it I just have trouble when they Plato and the Power of Images re not gripping page turners Alright enough already but I highlyecommend it Here is a copy of the A Vulcan's Tale: How the Bush Administration Mismanaged the Reconstruction of Afghanistan review I did for APII will honestly state that I did not agree with large portions of this book and had a hard time finishing it Because I did disagree with so much of it and knew I would need to do aeview of it I took lots of notes and I tried to analyze the authors claims and why I did or did not agree with them So as a critical thinking exercise it was very enjoyable It
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sparked an interest in scientific The House by the Thames: And The People Who Lived There research directly on attachment theory I veead entries in Wikipedia and am looking to Professor Unrat read Handbook of Attachment I liked considering the major ideas of why kids are drawn to peers because I see the pattern even in young and old children in my community who I believe to be securely attachedHowever I don t think I canecommend this book for several easons The major one is that I disagree with the several easons The major one is that I disagree with the that peers are the Tell the Machine Goodnight reason for kids turning away from their parents I don t disagree that kids become attached to peers but I believe the problem to be that parents hurt theelationship so kids look for attachment elsewhere The authors sometime allude that lack of parental attachment is the cause and other times will come Big Muddy Blues: True Tales and Twisted Politics Along Lewis and Clark's Missouri River right out and blame peers for causing theift So their message isn t consistent I found there were many other instances of this type of doublespeak in the bookSecondly the easoning that the authors use for making their argument and their theories on how to eestablish the attachment elationship eads like a parenting advice book with lots of assumptions about the nature of parent child elationships or peer culture Yet scientific eferences are few and far between I found I was not convinced by the case they made as they sounded like opinions than ideas that would hold up to Ninth City Burning rigorous scrutiny They simply didn t jive with my world view on human nature so I had a hard time buying themI also found that the authors used fear based techniues to attempt to persu. E and sexualized youth culture Children end up becoming overly conformist desensitized and alienated and being “cool” matters to them than anything else   Hold On to Your Kids explains the causes of this crucial breakdown of parental influence and demonstrates ways to “reattach” to sons and daughters establish the proper hierarchy in the home make kids feel safe and Ade the audience citing horrific case examples and painting peer groups almost uniformly negative They made children and parents into victims with peers being the perpetrators I don t find it kind to communicate with someone where fear is used to motivate and thus found much of the book to be disagreeable They also freuently implied that if your child is not behaving that your attachment connection is not strong enough without disregard for individual personality or developmental stages I would have a hard timeecommending this to anyone interested in attachment parenting who might not have an easy going child who naturally likes to please as it sets them up for lots of doubt and wondering what they are doing wrongFinally the authors tone freuently betrays a world view where not only is an adult powerful but also The Extras right or correct or justified in manipulating children aka adultism They freuently come off as patronizing and ignoring the individual that each child is under the guise of parenting or worse when attemptin This was one of the least helpful parenting books that I have everead It is partly an attachment parenting book and partly an I miss the good old days whine fest To be fair I know a LOT about attachment parenting I m a foster mom and have parented kids with attachment disorder and had lots of classes therapy sessions and Özgüven Öğrenilebilir read many books on the topic I get that I am a tough judge Buteally this books spends time whining about modern America and Deutsche Sagen romanticising pre WW2 America than providing helpful parenting tips Honestly what exactly was so great about the good old days Theacism The sexism The absentee dads who never lifted a finger at home The Jim Crow laws The ambition and career free wives Clearly I am no nostalgia fan but here s an idea Lets Irony and Idyll: Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice and Mansfield Park on Screen raise our kids in the decade in which they are actually living Books that cover how to manage that task are much helpful I picked this up because I heard about the author s concept of counterwill that innate human tendency toesist when someone tries to control you But I was turned off by his kids these days Our Yanks rhetoric Didn t make it past the first chapter I definitely underestimated this book This is why it languished on the shelf for a few years before I picked it up I expected yet another underwhelming parenting book Instead I encountered aevolutionary interpretation of the Rua role of attachment in the lives of our youngsters and an exploration of the implications of this on our culture and ourole as parents The basic neurodevelopmental ole of attachment in the establishment of natural authority is explained and the toxic influences of modern attitudes towards parenting and peer interactions on this system were carefully looked at The implications of this are not to be underestimated I was floored But the truth of what Mate and Neufeld lay out in very clear and easy to ead language was apparent I found myself ethinking many of my own ideas in clinical *practice and my own family and I have to say I now feel very lucky *and my own family and I have to say I now feel very lucky have ead this book I ecommend it to anyone with kids of any age or plans to have them My favorite parenting book of all time While it is not extremely well written in a literary or organizational sense I absolutely love and believe in the ideas presented in this book Neufeld very clearly identifies the underlying problems in our culture that pull our children away from us Children need to attach to parents grandparents and other adults who can help "Them Develop A True "develop a true of self We are obbing our children and ourselves when we push them too uickly out into the
World Without Giving Them Something 
without giving them something hold onto US I thought the first part of the book where the author gives examples of the horrors that can The Necessary Art of Persuasion result when kids are peer oriented went on a bit too long but did find the chapters where he eventually got around to explaining concrete steps to take to maintain parental attachment while avoiding oreversing peer attachment to be useful Before eading this book I thought kids would attach to their parents based largely on the sheer uantity of time they spent together but the authors have explained that it is complicated than that It is easier than I supposed for kids to become unattached to their parents but then on the flip side it shouldn t be too hard to get them back if you catch this earlyI also appreciated the chapter describing the ways peer orientation seems to be a good thing in young kids and that s why society pressures parents into getting their kids socialized at a young age Although it may be too complicated to explain to people The only parenting book I ve ead cover to cover though I ve started at least half a dozen this year My first child was a preemie and once I finally got her home she never left my side until I had to go back to work I carried her in a wrap she sat on my lap while she ate and slept with us I had thought that was attachment parenting until just a few months ago when trying to wrap my head around some family trials I was watching some loved ones go through It was only then that I Courting Scandal realized how important CONNECTION was Something I ve been incredibly neglectful ofegardless of how physically close my kids are to me I feel like this book eally helped me work out what connection looks like my main take away points are warmth and empathy ie naming the emotion I also found the way he describes the futility process especially interesting and incredibly helpfulThis book is also great for ge. Nderstood and earn back your children’s loyalty and love This updated edition also specifically addresses the unprecedented parenting challenges posed by the ise of digital devices and social media By helping to eawaken instincts innate to us all Neufeld and Maté will empower parents to be what nature intended a true source of contact security and warmth for their childre. ,


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