Item description for The Five Love Languages of Children Audio Cassette (Booksounds) by Gary Chapman & Ross Campbell...
Overview According to the authors, each child expresses and receives love through one of five different communication styles. A parent's love language may be totally different from that of his or her child, which causes hurt feelings and misunderstandings. With the help of this book, adults can discover their child's primary language and learn what they can do to effectively convey unconditional feelings of respect, affection, and commitment that will resonate in their child's emotions and behavior.
Publishers Description Does your child speak a different language? Attitude. Behavior. Development. Everything depends on the love relationship between you and your child. When children feel loved, they do their best. But how can you make sure your child feels loved? Since 1992, Dr. Gary Chapman's bestselling book The "Five Love Languages" has helped millions of couples develop stronger, more fulfilling relationships by teaching them to speak each other's love language. Chapman and Dr. Campbell later presented a new tool developed to help adults better relate to children in "The Five Love Languages of Children." Read by Dr. Chapman with comments from both authors in the introduction and epilogue, this marvelous asset is now available on audio cassette to help you discover your child's primary language. Learn what you can do to effectively convey unconditional feelings of respect, affection, and commitment that will resonate in your child's emotions and behavior.
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Studio: Northfield Publishing
Running Time: 180.00 minutes
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.95" Width: 4.65" Height: 0.68" Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Binding Audio Cassette
Release Date Sep 1, 1997
Publisher Northfield Publishing
Series Five Love Languages
ISBN 1881273113 ISBN13 9781881273110
Availability 0 units.
More About Gary Chapman & Ross Campbell
Gary Chapman is the author of the "New York Times" bestselling "The Five Love Languages". With over 30 years of counseling experience, he has the uncanny ability to hold a mirror up to human behavior, showing readers not just where they go wrong, but also how to grow and move forward. Dr. Chapman has been featured at the Pentagon and United Nations. He is a prolific conference speaker and makes his home with his wife in North Carolina. Dr Chapman's books have sold more than 4 million copies, and he is the host of a national radio program and a popular conference speaker. Gary lives in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
El doctor Gary Chapman es el autor del libro y de la serie Los cinco lenguajes del amor, numero 1 en ventas en ingles segun el New York Times. Con mas de 35 anos de experiencia como pastor y consejero matrimonial, ha viajado por todo el mundo impartiendo seminarios.
Gary Chapman currently resides in Winston-Salem, in the state of North Carolina.
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Reviews - What do customers think about The Five Love Languages of Children Audio Cassette (Booksounds)?
Great Sep 1, 2008
Great book. I highly recommend it. One of the best parenting books out there. A must read for all parents. It is a very short, quick read.
Great advice on how to fill up your child's love tank. Aug 28, 2008
This book is a follow up to the best seller book for couples, The Five Love Languages, that is awesome and I like to give as a wedding gift. Anyway, it talks about filling a child's love tank by understanding how they like love expressed to them, whether by words of affirmation, physical touch, quality time, gifts, or acts of service. They say that it really isn't possible to detect your child's primary love language until they are about five--so express love in all these ways while they're young and until you find out which way is most meaningful to them. One way to determine their primary love language is just to ask them how they know you (the parent) love them and see whether they describe presents, time together, things you've done for them, etc.
I'll admit I was skeptical Jun 13, 2008
Ordinarily, the follow-on books are kind of flat. The Elizabeth George "After God's Own Heart" books seemed this way, although the first one, "A Woman After God's Own Heart" was excellent.
I was expecting the same sort of flatness from this book. I found a lot to apply in the original Love Languages book, and I'm still sneaking it into my marriage. It's one thing to tell your Quality-Time husband that you are a TOUCH wife, and a whole different thing to gently convince him to touch touch touch touch touch touch. It has brought me to a whole new level of positive reinforcement.
So I figured this one for kids would be a couple of hundred pages of telling parents that kids need *every* love language. And indeed, there was some of that.
But the book was full of clues for how to recognize your child's love language, how it may change over time, and how to communicate.
The book offered a lot. I thought the chapters on conflict were very worthwhile, and even on how to discipline in the different love languages. My kids are so different that I needed all the pointers I could get. And surprise -- thinking about love languages across generations has helped me communicate better with my parents, too -- off to a good start, anyway.
I read this 6 months ago. My eldest started talking more, to me and to other people, NOTICEABLY more, and it's bringing me some relief from one of my biggest parenting worries -- how remote this child has been. That has been the biggest and most immediate change in our family recently, and I can trace it to this book.
I would recommend you read the first Love Languages book first, and then this one to think specifically about your kids.
Oh, and for moms, definitely read A Woman After God's Own Heart by Elizabeth George. It's family-enhancing.
wonderful Jun 1, 2008
A terrific book for all families. You will use this info again and again, not only with your children, but your spouse, family, and yourself.
Very good basic info on how to read your child (or anyone really) and provide the love they need. I love this book and refer to it often.
Good book Apr 20, 2008
This book was recommended to me by a dear friend. Arrived in excellent condition. Can't wait to read it.