<span><span>If we could look into the hearts and minds of our children, we would often realize how little contact there is when we are teaching them. Teaching without a relationship is like swimming without water! This means you cannot raise a child if there is no real relationship. Of course, it is all about the kind of relationship which you as the adult establish towards the children. This is not a partnership and our children are not our friends - they are something else and more: They need our adult voice, but also affection and guidance - in a positive, i.e., horizon-broadening, security-giving, and also a boundary-marking way. This book is about the concept of inclusive parenting and teaching. </span><span style="font-style:italic;">The 29 Rules for Smart Parenting</span><span> are intended to help the reader to become more effective as parents and teachers.
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By Rolf Arnold
<span><span style="font-weight:bold;">Preface: Parenting requires substance and underpinning </span><span>
Rule 1: When you feel your child or adolescent is "difficult", before reacting out of anger or disappointment, go back to the source of your love!
Rule 2: When confronted with violence - show no fear. Meet and defuse it by projecting a controlled presence!
Rule 3: If you feel the need to impose sanctions or punishment, first perform a "culpability" check. Keep the level of punishment low in relation to the damages suffered!
Rule 4: Live by the values you want your child to commit to in life!
Rule 5: Don't just give an adequate response, have </span><span style="font-style:italic;">quid pro quo</span><span> exchanges!
Rule 6: Always look for the impression behind the expression!
Rule 7: Surprise with an unexpected reaction!
Rule 8: Respond with level-headedness and always be consequential!
Rule 9: Create emotions if they have grown cold!
Rule 10: Direct parenting measures at the behavior, not at the person!
Rule 11: Practice consistency in child rearing!
Rule 12: Exercise your "parental privilege" - the key to effective parenting!
Rule 13: Put your child rearing practices under the "macroscope" and learn what is preventing your children from doing their homework!
Rule 14: Control the amount of time your child is exposed to television and computers!
Rule 15: Don't get forced into buying something just to avoid embarrassment!
Rule 16: If you are frustrated, take time alone with your parenting principles and see the reflection in the mirror!
Rule 17: Never forget: What bothers you is not your child's behavior, but rather your interpretation of that behavior!
Rule 18: Ask questions that cause them to think - not interrogations that lead to predetermined conclusions! Practice the art of "active listening!"
Rule 19: Always address every level of a child rearing problem!
Rule 20: Use the BARE essentials: Bonding, Active involvement, Respect for boundaries, and Education!
Rule 21: Make your child the center of attention from time to time! Love is vital!
Rule 22: Improve the hidden learning influences in your child's environment!
Rule 23: Give your children some space: a little distance can bring you closer!
Rule 24: Teach your child self-discipline by looking beyond your fears and idealistic views!
Rule 25: Avoid going down the "dead ends" of child rearing!
Rule 26: Practice 2-way conversations!
Rule 27: Escape from self-expectations and enjoy the diversity of the world!
Rule 28: Provide encouragement, avoid disciplining!
Rule 29: Avoid overreaction or apologize for it!
</span><span style="font-weight:bold;">Epilogue: The way out of the parenting doldrums</span><span>
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