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For Parents' Sake: A Survival Kit for Parents and Kids.

This guide begins by describing the developmental and growth stages of children from birth to late adolescence. The next section discusses ways for parents to deal with the stress of parenthood, including a list of tension relievers, suggestions about asking for outside help and a list of professional help agencies. Development of a support system, good communication with children, parent education and use of community assistance are especially helpful to parents. An appendix lists agencies that provide information on parenting, child development, parent support groups and other community resources.
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Author:Goins, Brad
Publication:Childhood Education
Article Type:Audiovisual Review
Date:Mar 22, 1993
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