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See What They Mean, Say What You Mean

Author

Oh Eun-yeong

Cha Sangmi

Publisher

Gimm-Young Publishers, Inc.

Categories

Practical

Audience

Adult

Overseas Licensing

Keywords

  • #Parenting; parent; child; children; kids; child psychology

Copyright Contact

Lim Heekang

lim@gimmyoung.com

+82-2-3668-3286

  • Publication Date

    2020-10-25
  • No. of pages

    400
  • ISBN

    9788934986652
  • Dimensions

    153 * 200
Overview

A book that teaches parents how to discipline children effectively instead of constantly nagging them.

Book Intro

This book teaches parents how to communicate with their children in a way that anyone can easily follow. Presented are ways in which parents can discipline effectively and avoid coming off as nagging.

This book covers real situations to which all parents can relate, such as children who incessantly whine, inappropriately touch others’ belongings, or who have the excessive need to reaffirm the love of their parents. This book offers ways to clearly educate children without resorting to anger. The first half of the book introduces ways to speak to children that are easy to understand and follow, while the second half includes more specific and philosophical approaches.

About the Author

Oh Eun-yeong



As seen in various lectures and television broadcasts, such as Our Children Have Changed on SBS, Oh Eun-yeong is well known in Korea as an expert in parenting and childrearing. She is an adjunct professor at Yonsei University College of Medicine, the director of Oh Eun-yeong Academy, and a full member of the Korean Neuropsychiatric Association.

Cha Sangmi



Illustrator Cha Shangmi has been drawing for a variety of media after majoring in visual design. Her works include: The No-Lose Toy Egg Vending Machine, How to Fly, The Spring Bear, What If It Comes Off?, and Is It Just Me?.

 

(French) Cha Sang-mi étudie la conception visuelle, travaille en tant qu'illustrateur et dessine sur différents supports tels que des livres et des vidéos.

 

Bestseller Rank

Number One Overall Best Seller on Yes24 for October 2020


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