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The Danish way of parenting

- A Guide to Raising the Happiest Children in the World

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    1. Beskrivelse

      Danmark er et lille nordisk land, der i mere end 40 år i træk har vundet titlen som verdens lykkeligste nation. Men hvad er hemmeligheden bag det danske folks lykke? "The Danish Way of Parenting" bringer Danmark til udlandet og deler de danske opdragelsesmetoder og foreslår en teori om opdragelse, som bogen mener er kernen i den danske lykke. "The Danish Way of Parenting" er skrevet af den danske psychoterapeut Iben Sandahl og den amerikanske forfatter Jessica Alexander, der med overbevisende research og oplevelser giver et øjenåbnende blik på den typiske danske opdragelse og livsfilosofi. Ved at lære omverdenen om hygge, viser Alexander og Sandahl den danske livsstil som et forfriskende perspektiv på børneopdragelse.

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    2. Yderligere info
      Udgivelsesdato:
      01-12-2014
      Sprog:
      Engelsk
      ISBN13:
      9788792559319
      Sidetal:
      191
      Vægt:
      370 g
      Dybde:
      18 mm
      Bredde:
      143 mm
      Højde:
      210 mm
      Nummer i serien:
      0
      Mærkat:
      Bog, paperback
      Målgruppe:
      for forældre ;for udlændinge
      Format:
      Paperback
      Udgave:
      1. edition
      Originalsprog:
      Engelsk
      DK5:
      37.2
      • Forlagets beskrivelse

        Denmark, a small country famous for Hans Christian Andersen and the Little Mermaid, has consistently been voted as having the happiest people in the world for over 40 years in a row. In 2013 they were, again voted in first place by the World Happiness Report. What is the secret to their satisfied success? This deeply insightful book takes a look at the way Danish children are raised and offers a profound parenting theory that claims to be the at the crux of their continued happiness. Respected Danish psychotherapist and American author, Sandahl and Alexander, have teamed up to share some compelling research and experience that gives an eye-opening look at Danish parenting and life philosophy that yields some pretty powerful results. The results of which can be seen in the World Happiness report year after year. In the easy to remember acronym "parent"- play, authenticity, reframing, empathy, no ultimatums and togetherness or "hygge"- The Danish Way of parenting lays out the groundwork for how to raise happy kids, who go on to raise their own happy kids and the cycles repeats itself naturally. Alexander's personal experience as a mother married into the Danish culture and Sandahl's expert opinion as a respected psychotherapist along with numerous supporting studies, make it a fascinating read for parents and non-parents alike. By learning how to practice "hygge", empathy and reframing, individuals and whole families can start improving their wellbeing immediately! Sandahl and Alexander ask the reader to remove their cultural based parenting glasses for a moment and try on a "Danish Way" of seeing things. With this new perspective along with many helpful tips, The Danish Way can help people from any culture cultivate the happiest people in the world in their own backyard. Learn more at: thedanishway.com

      • Bibliotekernes beskrivelse

        Forfatterne mener at danskernes førsteplads som det lykkeligste folk skyldes børneopdragelsen i landet og vejleder i den særlige danske måde at opdrage børn på.

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