Book – Raising Resilient Children, 2001. McGraw-Hill.

Drs. Brooks and Goldstein discuss in practical terms what parents can do to help their children become resilient and deal more effectively with the many challenges they will face. Resilience is seen as a process of parenting that is essential if we are to prepare our children for lifelong success. They offer specific principles and strategies that parents can use to guide them in nurturing a resilient mindset in their children. This book is also relevant for teachers, mental health professionals, and other professionals who work with children.

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