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Traumatisierte Kinder in der Schule 
Helga Kohler-Spiegel
Traumatized Children in Schools
Understand – support - stabilize

Traumatization is not only the purview of children and young people who have experienced war and been refugees. The causes and experiences are many and varied, as are children’s reactions. Helga Kohler-Spiegel uses graphics to explain how our brains respond to traumatic stressors and which symptoms are seen.

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Ein Papa ist keine Mama 
Josephine Schwarz-Gerö
A Dad Is Not a Mom
What a Baby Needs from Its Father

While the role of the new mother is clear, there are many questions on the part of the father. If we set aside the social demands and moralizing attitudes about what a father must achieve today and instead ask what a baby needs from its father, the fog clears. New research findings show that the tasks of mother and father are very different and complement each other for a good development of the child. In short: The mother is the harbor that offers protection and a sense of emotional security. The father is the high seas: This is where the small child learns the joy of discovery and autonomy, which makes the father an important engine for development.

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Die tun nicht nichts, die liegen da und wachsen 
Elisabeth Raffauf
They Don`t Just Do Nothing: They Lie There and Grow
What Helps During Puberty

All of us somehow survive it – puberty. And most of us have even turned into decent human beings. So why are we afraid that our pubescent children will never get their act together? Was it different for us in earlier times? Or were we exactly the same but our point of view has fundamentally changed from the perspective of a parent?

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Zu Fuß durchs Universum 
Regina Groot Bramel
On Foot Through the Universe
Parents on the Move with a Little Human Being

In lovingly written letters to a small child, Regina Groot Bramel encourages young parents to be self-confident and courageous, serene and joyful, confident and imaginative, realistic and loving towards the child just as it is. This helps them to be mindful of the miracle that has been entrusted to the hands of mothers and fathers. It not only supports the parents but will also shape the child when its paths lead away from home.

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Wie ich meinem Kind zu einem starken Selbstwertgefühl verhelfe 
Heinz-Peter Röhr
How I Can Help My Child Gain Strong Self-esteem

Only when children have strong self-esteem they can flourish. Disorders in the development of self-esteem often involve mental and behavioral problems. Many parents would like to help promote the development of self-esteem of their children. However, this can only be achieved if they themselves have a strong self-esteem and understand what things undermine their children’s self-esteem.

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Stressfreier erziehen 
Felicitas Römer
Raising Children with Less Stress
Empathy instead of scolding

Preschool-aged children insist on more and more freedom from their parents. But how should parents react when their kids won’t take no for an answer or have temper tantrums? Scolding and punishing don’t really help, and often only create unpleasant tension. Many parents are aware that scolding children isn’t a good solution, but do not know what they can do instead.

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Holger Feindel
Hooked on the Internet
A guide for those who are hooked and their loved ones

Online gaming, surfing or chatting – what begins as a way to pass the time or as a hobby can get out of control. When constantly being online leads to people neglecting the real world – friends, work, sleeping and eating – then the Internet has become an existential problem.

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Was macht das Monster unterm Bett? 
Monika Specht-Tomann
What Is That Monster Doing Under the Bed?
Understanding and overcoming children’s fears

Fear of the dark, of saying goodbye, or difficulties in preschool or school – children live through many troubling experiences that they have to master in the course of their development. Which fears are part of any normal development?

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Baby, warum isst du nicht? 
Josephine Schwarz-Gerö
Baby, Why Won't You Eat?
Understanding and Solving Eating Issues

When a baby doesn’t want to eat or drink, turns away from feedings or cries at every meal, parents worry about the well-being of their child, and rightly so. Their desperate attempts to get their baby to eat, however, often trap them in a vicious cycle. And this, although the baby knows what the solution is, if only its signals could be correctly interpreted!

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Mama, chill mal! 
Felicitas Römer
Chill Out, Mom!
Puberty and Still in a Good Mood

Monster? Prickly cactus? No, young people going through puberty are more than surly grouches. Even if it isn’t always “easy”, there’s no reason to panic about puberty. Felicitas Römer, herself a mother of children who are now grown, demonstrates: When parents are prepared to let go of old ways of thinking and behaving, puberty can be a great opportunity for everyone to make positive changes in themselves.

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