5 edition of Overachieving parents, underachieving children found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -224) and index.
|Statement||Dorothy A. Bodenburg.|
|LC Classifications||HQ755.85 .B63 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||234 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||234|
|LC Control Number||92014570|
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This book was written at the request of my clients and the parents that attended by parenting workshops that were held in schools in Orange County, California. As I talk with my clinets, I see their frustration and disappointment with their underachieving children.
They're mystified about what went wrong, and they feel helpless.5/5(1). Overachieving Parents: Underachieving Children: Working Together to Help Your Child Find Success by Dorothy A.
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Noting that the interpersonal dynamics between parents who are high achieving and children who are not achieving up to their potential can be the cause of the disparity, this book explores how children become underachievers and how parents can improve their expectations and the emotional climate to allow their child to feel happy and : Dorothy A.
Bodenburg. Overachieving Overachieving parents Underachieving Children: Working Together to Help Your Child Find Success. Overachieving Children May Get Frustrated Easily. Mistakes are a part of childhood.
Many children can very easily brush off their mistakes and move forward. However, an overachieving child may have a difficult time getting over a mistake.
Overachieving children may also fear disappointing their parents and teachers. This can be a major source. Useful parent checklists are included in each section, along with practical guidelines for when you can hope to see change, and illuminating profiles of the six personalities as adults should the underachieving continue unchecked.
"Could Do Better" also addresses the specific underachievement problems of gifted and learning disabled s: 4.
Overachieving Parents, Underachieving Children – Working together to help your child find success by Dorothy A. Bodenburg, MFCC.
This book. Underachievement is the unanticipated difference between accomplishment and ability. Underachievement is a very complex situation with many possible interwoven causes.
Among the areas to explore are: social issues such as peer pressure; psychological issues such as emotional sensitivities or perfectionism; undiagnosed learning disabilities; lack of interest in curriculum or.
Overachieving adults who have done well in school and gone on to rise up through the corporate ranks expect their children to follow a similar path. But the problem is that kids don’t always. However, even though some gifted children may be highly motivated to work and excel outside of the school environment, underachieving in the school is still considered a problem since school grades, particularly those in high school, can either open or close doors to.
Underachieving kids aren't necessarily ill-equipped for school. They may be extremely intelligent but have difficulty getting motivated or staying interested in the tasks they're required to do.
Overachieving Parents Underachieving Children: Working Together to Help Your Child Find Success by Dorothy A. Bodenburg. Lowell House, Hardcover. Good/jacket has some wear. Parenting book. Cover has some minor wear. Bindings good. Understand why they’re underachieving.
“They worry they won’t be smart enough—and so they start using words like ‘boring’ to describe their academic work,” says Dr. Sylvia Rimm, director of the Family Achievement Clinic in Cleveland and author of the book Why Bright Kids Get.
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Abstract. The learning styles of overachieving and underachieving youngsters deserve close study. Although many similar psychological processes contribute to these two very different learning styles, the psychotherapist must begin with the child’s manifest behavior and must empathize with the different routes to approaching and retreating from learning that overachievers and underachievers.
Instead, underachieving children seem not to have learned the process of achievement—in fact, they have learned to underachieve. Underachievers are often disorganized, dawdle, forget homework, lose assignments, and misplace books. They daydream, don’t listen, look out the window, or talk too much to other children.
Overachieving and underachieving are two conditions which are experienced by many people. These are most commonly noticed in children, in terms of academics, sports and other activities which they take part in. Overachieving Overachieving can be defined as. In general, underachieving students' self-concept profile is lower than normal and overachieving students in all of the academic and personal dimensions, including relationship with parents.
Underachieving students have a social self-concept that is similar to normal and overachieving students but higher in relations with the opposite gender.
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My parents are alumni of IIT-Roorke and so is my brother. My brother further went to Stanford and did his post graduation in two fields.
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