Free E–pub [The Dolphin Way] Author Shimi K. Kang

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Shimi K. Kang ë 9 Free download Free download ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ë Shimi K. Kang The Dolphin Way Free download ´ 109 Ctor for Child and Youth Mental Health community programs in Vancouver British Columbia Dr Kang has witnessed firsthand the conseuences of parental pressure anxiety disorders high stress levels suicides and addictions As the mother of three children and as the daughter of immigrant parents who struggled to give their children the “best” in life Dr Kang’s mother could not read and her father taught her math while they drove around in his taxicab Dr Kang argues that often the simplest “benefits” we give our children are the most valuable By trusting our deepest intuitions about what is best for our kids we will in turn allow them to develop key dolphin traits to enable them. As I read I found myself saying to myself in my head that s me or that s what I want to do The book is full of great stories to make you think about how you parent and had me thinking of ways I want to change Throughout I was reminded of both my childhood and how I parent The beauty of this book is Dr Kang provides prescriptions on what you can doA couple of my favorites includedPlaying with LegoChange the SpeakingListening RatioAsk Permission Before Giving AdviceA major learning for me was the idea of structure both the good and the bad I have made a few adjustments as a result if this book and am on the right road to raising Health Happy and Motivated Kids thanks to this book

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Shimi K. Kang ë 9 Free download Free download ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ë Shimi K. Kang The Dolphin Way Free download ´ 109 To thrive in an increasingly complex world adaptability community mindedness creativity and critical thinking Life is a journey through ever changing waters and dolphin parents know that the most valuable help we can give our children is to assist them in developing their own inner compass Combining irrefutable science with unforgettable real life stories The Dolphin Way walks readers through Dr Kang’s four part method for cultivating self motivation The book makes a powerful case that we are not forced to choose between being permissive or controlling The third option the option that will prepare our kids for success in a future that will reuire adaptability is the dolphin way  . The dolphin way encourages parents to acknowledge that their children control and are responsible for their own thoughts actions mind and body It is the parents role to be supportive guides The dolphin way is community based with other adults also supporting the growth and independence of youth in contrast to the tiger way of parenting which is viewed as a competitive arena with limited resources leading to fighting for the scarce options and seeking to obtain the best for one s own offspring without regards to the welfare of others The dolphin way is altruistic and collaborative The goals of the parents in raising their young are to be of a guide than a director and to teach by example Emphasis is placed on play exploration social bonds altruism contribution and family community values It is not about overprotecting and overcompeting Activities that bring balance to one s life include playing freely exploring bravely bonding socially and contributing wholeheartedly This is not only what will bring joy and peace to one s personal life for healthy emotional well being bio it it is also what companies are looking for in their employees Strong test scores and a list of accomplishments are not helping the companies grown and be innovative in today s increasingly globally connected high technology society Self motivated and self reliant individuals are happier healthier and successfulThe author coins a term C or the complete uotient which embraces core skills for the 21st century These include creativity critical thinking communication and collaboration Children who have not had a lot of free time to play and have been brought up in a highly structured environment do not have these skills as well developed as those who were given freedom to explore and make their own mistakesjust being outside playing with the neighbors better develops these skills compared to being on a sports team that is coach led Real world learning includes trial and error and failure and from this one can work to overcome a challenge and find much joy in that process while learning a powerful skill adaptation People want autonomy mastery and success Self motivation is fueled by this as well as the ability to adapt to life s ups and downs and a sense of internal control People want to direct their own livesKey action steps for parentsEmpathize I know it is easier if I tell you how to do thisIdentify goals but that s not going to help your independence Support success I m sure you ll figure this out if you spend a few minutes trying to figure this out on your ownWhen the parent expresses empathy and identifies the connection between behavior and goals the parent is guiding the child to solve his or her own problems It is a effective lesson when the child draws the conclusion and says it aloud rather than hearing it from the parent because the neurons synapse around words we say than words we hear Also parents who want their children to be happy must make happiness a priority for themselves This is the first step in moving towards a balanced life And good decisions come easily and naturally if you balance and integrate all parts of the body and brain to focus on intuitionThe intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift Albert Einstein

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Shimi K. Kang ë 9 Free download Free download ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ë Shimi K. Kang The Dolphin Way Free download ´ 109 In this inspiring book Harvard trained child and adult psychiatrist and expert in human motivation Dr Shimi Kang provides a guide to the art and science of inspiring children to develop their own internal drive and a lifelong love of learning Drawing on the latest neuroscience and behavioral research Dr Kang shows why pushy “tiger parents” and permissive “jellyfish parents” actually hinder self motivation She proposes a powerful new parenting model the intelligent joyful playful highly social dolphin Dolphin parents focus on maintaining balance in their children’s lives to gently yet authoritatively guide them toward lasting health happiness and success As the medical dire. In her book Kang offers sound research and examples from her own life or practice as medical director for Child and Youth Mental Health for Vancouver to support her idea that parents need to be like dolphins Kang says The dolphin parenting model is about guiding rather than directing encouraging rather than instructing and teaching by example Further she says that the dolphin way of life is about emphasizing the importance of play exploration social bonds altruism contribution and family and community values Whatever we do with our children we need to make sure that it incorporates a cognitive uotient or C for short These four skills are going to be essential for the future success of our children They include Creativity Critical Thinking Communication CollaborationTo help develop this C children need lots of time to play like dolphins to explore and to investigate In a world where children are highly structured and over programmed they are often left with little or no down or free time The Dolphin way recommends that parents stop overgathering for their kids Which means don t sign them up for every activity I know that this is a conversation that my friends and I have every September What activities are we signing are kids up for It is a constant worrisome feeling wondering if you are putting them in too many activities but if you don t will they be the only child who can t skate or isn t playing hockey Don t they need to be well rounded The Dolphin Way offers great advice on this common parenting dilemma to help you make the decision In fact we used the advice just this week when our oldest son wanted to sign up for a robotics club I worried that it was just one too many activities for him despite the fact that I knew he would love the challenge of it Looking over the club s description I knew it offered so many of the important C skills creativity critical thinking and collaboration We are going to give the robotics club a try Dr Kang is a big proponent for free time for kids that does not involve screen time For me I know it is so tempting to let the kids play on the computer to get some work done which is what they are doing now but kids need to learn how to play This is one aspect that I thought The Dolphin Way should have covered how do you go about getting your kids to play Some will instantly find an activity but to some this is a foreign concept If you are looking for a new take on parenting that doesn t involve adding things to do or feeling guilty about what you are doing then definitely check out The Dolphin Way by Shimi Kang It will inspire you to play re balance yourself and become a better parent and role model for your children They will thank you for it


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    Summary The Dolphin Way Free download ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ë Shimi K. Kang Shimi K. Kang ë 9 Free download Full review to comeNot your typical parenting book by any means– The Dolphin Way reads like a study in psychology with tips and tricks than your every day run of the mill “self help book” While some of her advice and focus is applicable to different age groups than where I am as a parent at the moment a toddler and one in utero vs school aged kids much of Kang’s insight and guidance is fascinating and really “clicks” for every

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  • Hardcover
  • 352
  • The Dolphin Way
  • Shimi K. Kang
  • en
  • 25 May 2020
  • 9780399166044