Channel A SBS National parenting mentor Dr. Oh Eun-young's 'Parents' words' 130 words reflecting 200% of the reality of parenting 'National Parenting Mentor' 'Korea's mothers and fathers' A new book by Dr. Eun-Young
Oh. This is a parenting book that kindly introduces the ‘words of parents’ that are easy to follow.
Compared to Dr. Eunyoung Oh's previous books, the size is small and the content is easy. However, the content is not lacking. It contains 130 realistic words that can be used immediately in the reality of parenting.
A number of pictures by Cha Sang-mi, the illustrator of the children's book 《The Draw Machine Without a Thing》 (a winner of the Biryong So Literary Award), added a warm and friendly atmosphere. A child who often fights with siblings A child who is very stubborn, an emotionally sensitive child, etc... . This book presents situations that anyone who lives with a child can experience and empathize with in detail.
And Dr. Oh Eun-young, Korea's best parenting expert, suggests words that can be properly educated for each situation. The words presented in the book have in common that they listen to the child first, accept their feelings, and then clearly inform the child what they need to learn. The key is to keep things simple without getting angry at the parents. Of course it's not easy. Therefore, the author emphasizes the need to continue to give children opportunities while practicing and repeating ‘parenting conversation’. With that little extra effort, what you say to your child becomes effective discipline, not nagging. As a result, the child grows into a person with high self-esteem and self-direction, and the family relationship becomes healthier.
The first part of the book deals with words that are relatively easy to follow and understand, the latter part deals with more specific and thoughtful words, and contains content applicable to children of various ages from infancy to adolescents. Dr. Oh Eun-young also sends warm encouragement to readers who are constantly striving for good parenting. In this way, this book delivers comfort and consolation along with practical information about ‘parents’ words’.