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Because verbal abuse can be quiet and unintentional, this course aims to help you recognize the way you speak to your child, supports your practice of being mindful of words, provides alternative sayings in stressful situation and tips on positive parenting.

REFERENCE

REFERENCE

Online Articles:

Berit Brogaard D.M. Sci. "15 Types of Verbal Abuse in Relationships." Posted March 27, 2015.

CDC. "Tips of positive parenting by age." Accessed January 20, 2017.

Claire Gagne. "Age-by-age guide to getting your kid to talk to you." Posted January 11, 2017.

Dr. Thomas M Brunner. "Make Bedtime a bonding and calming experience and your child will sleep better." Posted August 16, 2013.

Hidden Hurt. "Verbal Abuse." Accessed February 4, 2017.

Kellie Holly. "Effects of Verbal Abuse on Children, Women, and Men." Updated July 19, 2016.

Mackenzie Wright. "What Does Undermining Parenting Do to Kids Long-Term?" Accessed November 25, 2016.

Megan Mattes. "Why Toddlers Make Messes." Accessed May 10, 2017.

NSPCC. "Emotional Abuse: Signs, Symptoms and Effects." Accessed November 14, 2016.

Out of the Fog. "Verbal Abuse." Posted April 11, 2015.

PBS Parents. "Talking with Kids." Accessed April 20, 2017.

Peg Streep. "The Long-Lasting Pain of Children Verbal Abuse." Posted November 14, 2016.

Peg Streep. "The Truth About 'Quiet' Verbal Abuse." Posted January 27, 2017.

Unicef. "Violence Against Children." Accessed December 10, 2016.

Books:

Barlow, Jane, and Anita Schrader, Safeguarding Children from Emotional Maltreatment: What Works, London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2010. Online Edition.

Brendgen, Mara, Brigitte Wanner, and Frank Vitaro, Verbal Abuse by the Teacher and Child Adjustment From Kindergarten Through Grade 6, American Academy of Pediatrics, 2006.

Unicef Thailand, Positive Parenting.

Survey Monkey, "Preconception of Verbal Abuse".