... philosophies. A lot of preschools may pull lessons from one or the other of
these groups, but do not strictly adhere to all their approaches. And many
preschools also have a religious connection or affiliation, which will 266 CRIBSHEET.
The instant New York Times bestseller! An NPR Book of the Year From the author of Expecting Better, an economist's guide to the early years of parenting. "The book is jampacked with information, but it’s also a delightful read because Oster is such a good writer." —NPR With Expecting Better, award-winning economist Emily Oster spotted a need in the pregnancy market for advice that gave women the information they needed to make the best decision for their own pregnancies. By digging into the data, Oster found that much of the conventional pregnancy wisdom was wrong. In Cribsheet, she now tackles an even greater challenge: decision-making in the early years of parenting. As any new parent knows, there is an abundance of often-conflicting advice hurled at you from doctors, family, friends, and strangers on the internet. From the earliest days, parents get the message that they must make certain choices around feeding, sleep, and schedule or all will be lost. There's a rule—or three—for everything. But the benefits of these choices can be overstated, and the trade-offs can be profound. How do you make your own best decision? Armed with the data, Oster finds that the conventional wisdom doesn't always hold up. She debunks myths around breastfeeding (not a panacea), sleep training (not so bad!), potty training (wait until they're ready or possibly bribe with M&Ms), language acquisition (early talkers aren't necessarily geniuses), and many other topics. She also shows parents how to think through freighted questions like if and how to go back to work, how to think about toddler discipline, and how to have a relationship and parent at the same time. Economics is the science of decision-making, and Cribsheet is a thinking parent's guide to the chaos and frequent misinformation of the early years. Emily Oster is a trained expert—and mom of two—who can empower us to make better, less fraught decisions—and stay sane in the years before preschool.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-04-23 - Publisher: Penguin
The instant New York Times bestseller! An NPR Book of the Year From the author of Expecting Better, an economist's guide to the early years of parenting. "The book is jampacked with information, but it’s also a delightful read because Oster is such a good writer." —NPR With Expecting Better,
Type: BOOK - Published: 101-01-01 - Publisher: ZIP Reads
PLEASE NOTE: This is a summary and analysis of the book and not the original book. If you'd like to purchase the original book, please paste this link in your browser: https://amzn.to/2YVQ7X7 Health economist and mother of two, Emily Oster has taken the hot topics of the Mommy Wars and
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Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-05-13 - Publisher: Independently Published
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Authors: Peter Y. De Jong, Peter De Jong, Insoo Kim Berg
Categories: Social Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 1998 - Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing Company
This exciting book focuses on interviewing skills based on solution-focused therapy, an approach especially suited to today's practice demands in the helping professions. Originally developed by Steve de Shazer, Insoo Kim Berg, and their colleagues, this unique approach views clients as competent, helps them to visualize the changes they want,