Ross W. Greene’s groundbreaking 1998 book The Explosive Child: A New Approach for Understanding and Parenting Easily Frustrated, Chronically Inflexible Children have helped thousands of parents, educators, and caregivers. Explosive children are the children whose automatic reactions to the everyday stimuli appear far more extreme than other children. Dr. Ross Greene explains how he defines what "explosive" (or implosive) kids are. He also explains why the consequences imposed by adults do not work for these children. Greene also explains why the child's behavioral issues are the signs of his lagging skills and unsolved problems. Greene shows how parents and teachers can determine the root cause of the explosive child's behavior. In the book, Dr. Greene introduces his readers to his 3 step method of problem-solving. He calls this method "Collaborative and Proactive Solutions" (CPS). This method addresses the common concerns that parents and educators have about using the CPS method with children. In this updated and revised edition of the book, Dr. Ross Greene offers his indispensable helping hand the overwhelmed adults who deal with explosive children.
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