Fb2 Rescuing the Emotional Lives of Overweight Children: What Our Kids Go Through - And How We Can Help ePub
by Sylvia Rimm,Eric Rimm
|Subcategory:||Relationships and Parenting|
|Author:||Sylvia Rimm,Eric Rimm|
|Publisher:||Rodale Books (September 17, 2005)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1245 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1506 kb|
|Digital formats:||lrf mobi lrf doc|
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Sylvia Rimm shows the emotional toll in the epidemic of overweight children-the first book to take an in-depth look at the lives of these children. She explains how overweight children struggle in school, have lowered expectations for their future, have troubling relationships with peers and adults, exhibit more high-risk behavior, and are even more misunderstood by their own families. Drawing on a national survey of middle school children, personal interviews, and case studies, Dr. Rimm outlines the ways that parents can make a positive difference in their children's lives.
Helping your child through a weight problem doesn't have to be a long, difficult process
Helping your child through a weight problem doesn't have to be a long, difficult process.
Obesity in children - Psychological aspects, Overweight children - Psychology, Overweight children - Mental health, Obesity in children - Social .
Obesity in children - Psychological aspects, Overweight children - Psychology, Overweight children - Mental health, Obesity in children - Social aspects, Body image in children.
Helping your child through a weight problem doesn't have to be a long, difficult process. You will discover: How to coach your child to success, rather than judge his shortcomings Why overweight girls feel pressure to have sex at an earlier age than their friends-and how to protect them How.
Overweight children are too often outcasts in our middle and high schools
Overweight children are too often outcasts in our middle and high schools. I surveyed more than 5,400 youngsters, in grades three through eight, from 18 states and a variety of schools and communities, met with middle school focus groups, and interviewed children and adults who were overweight as youngsters. Half of the children in my study were in gifted programs or gifted schools. I wrote my book, Rescuing the Emotional Lives of Overweight Children, as a call to parents and teachers who intentionally or unintentionally perpetuate the merciless bias to instead understand and help our overweight children.
what our kids go through- and how we can help. by Sylvia B. Rimm, Sylvia Rimm, Eric Rimm. The urgency for overweight children: the trauma our children experience. Heavy kids, heavy hearts: the public health implication sof obesity. Feeling like a blob and an outcast: emotional and social sorrows. An uneven playing field: the impact of being overweight on school achievement. Let's get physical: the less active interests of overweight children. What's going on with my body? Coping with worries related to development. From happy heavies to lone health nut parents: family relationships for overweight children.
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Sylvia Barkan Rimm (born 1935) is an American psychologist specializing in parenting, child development and learning. She has written books on raising gifted children, success for girls, and communication skills. Rimm has a PhD. from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. She has been a clinical professor of psychiatry and pediatrics at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. She received her psychology license from the Ohio State Board of Psychology on March 12, 1993.