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Children in the Looking-Glass – a book about parenting

About 90 percent of all psychological problems stem from poor self-image and lack of confidence. In his book the author, psychologist Michael Ben-Menachem PhD of Gothenburg describes various theories of how our self-image arises and how it can be affected and how self-confidence can be strengthened. Since he is a psychologist who focuses on behavioral psychology Michael Ben-Menachem has primarily examined the role of learning. Many parents are often not aware that their behavior and attitudes towards children play a decisive – perhaps even vital – part in the children’s future. Despite the considerable responsibility that is inherent in parenting, society does very little to organize parenting education. And expert guide books and courses on how to be a good parent are still few and far between. In the same way as you are required to take a course to qualify to drive a car, some kind of “license in bringing up children” ought to be required of parents-to-be, the author writes. The book “Children in the Looking-Glass” is not an expert guide book in child psychology or a theoretical representation of children in various stages of development. The author’s aim was to write a book in which the reader easily recognizes himself. The book should be a good help for many parents to become aware of their own mistakes and thus hopefully become better at educating children. “Children in the Looking-Glass” should be able to be used as a source of inspiration, both for individual studies and in study groups.

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