A Reassuring Guide to Solving Your Child's Emotional and Learning Problems
Nothing is more upsetting to a parent than to know that their child is anxious, disruptive, or depressed for no apparent reason. Though there is a long tradition in child rearing of blaming the parent or child when things go wrong, often the root of the problem is hidden from view. In When You Worry About the Child You Love, Dr. Hallowell takes you through some of the most common childhood problems and shows how biology and genetics contribute to them all-without ignoring other factors. If your child's problem is a natural stage in the growth process, this book will give you relief and reassurance. If your child is developing a serious problem requiring professional diagnosis and treatment, this book will alert you to it. Conversational in tone and comprehensive in content, this authoriatatie and accessible guide will reassure and aid parents who treasure their child's well-being above all.