Teaching Children Patience Without Losing Yours



How to help children and teens develop patience and cope with frustrations and challenges with calm self-assurance.



Impulsive decision making and impatience are often components of the ADHD symptom picture. This book focuses on the life-skill of patience and provides a step-by-step way to help children and teens cope with frustration and anger, improve school performance, get along better with peers and family members, and become resilient toward disappointments and challenges.  Topics include impatience and ADHD, the consequences of impatience and impulsive decision-making, low frustration tolerance as an inhibitor of good adjustment, teaching helpful self-talk, and related issues.


Author:      Jerry Wilde, Ph.D. & Polly Wilde


ISBN:        978-09657-61024


Pages:      100


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