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Raising Your Spirited Child - Parent's Choice Award WinnerMary Sheedy Kurchinka - Raising Your Spirited Child WorkbookMary Sheedy Kurchinka - Kids, Parents and Power StrugglesMary Sheedy Kurchinka - Sleepless in America
Sleepless in America
Table of Contents
Seeing The Link Between Misbehavior And Missing Sleep
    One Temper Tantrums, Morning Wars, Homework Hassles: What Does Sleep Have To Do With Misbehavior?
    Two Is Your Child Misbehaving Or Missing Sleep?
    Three Short-Tempered, Feeling Overwhelmed: Are You Missing Sleep? How Your Fatigue Affects Your Child’s Behavior
Learning About Sleep From A New Point Of View
    Four How Do You Get Your Child To Sleep: Sorting Through All Of The Advice
    Five Why Kids Do Or Do Not Sleep: It’s A Matter Of Physiology Not A Power Play
Exposing The Culprits That Can Keep Your Child Awake
    Six Tension Triggers: Is Your Child Too Tense To Sleep?
    Seven Easing The Tension: Helping Sleep Come Quickly
    Eight Time: Recognizing What Upsets Your Child’s Body Clock
    Nine A Good Night’s Sleep Begins In The Morning: Setting The Body Clock
    Ten Temperament: Is Your Child’s Genetic “Wiring” Making It More Challenging To Sleep?
Enlisting Effective Strategies For Sound Sleep And Good Behavior
    Eleven Ending The Bedtime Battles
    Twelve Customizing The Bedtime Routine To Fit Your Child
    Thirteen Night Waking, Night Terrors, And Nightmares: Quieting The Screams In The Night
    Fourteen Naps And Siesta Time: Eliminating The Late-Afternoon Meltdowns
Preventing Potential Problems
    Fifteen Infants: Getting Off To A Good Start
    Sixteen Taking The Fight Out Of The Morning Start: Adjusting Wake And Bedtimes
    Seventeen Travel And Holidays: Planning For Success
    Eighteen Changing Beds: Moving Out Of Your Bed, Out Of The Crib, Or From One Bed To Another
    The Joys Of Sound Sleep And Good Behavior
    Epilogue