[Ebook] A Guide to Child Health By Michaela Glöckler – Thomashillier.co.uk

A Guide to Child Health This Acclaimed Guide To Children S Physical, Psychological And Spiritual Development Is Now Available In A Fourth Revised Edition Combining Up To Date Medical Advice With Issues Of Development And Education, This Is A Definitive Guide For Parents This Is The Book For Anyone Who Has Ever Wanted A Deeper Understanding Of Their Children S Illnesses, Or Sought A Holistic Approach To Children S Health As Well As Comprehensively Covering Medical Issues, It Also Discusses Parenting Techniques, Education, Spirituality And Play A Truly Integrated Approach To All Aspects Of Raising Healthy Children In The Broadest Sense The Authors Have Over 20 Years Experience Treating Children At Herdecke Hospital, Germany, Which Is Run Using Anthroposophical Principles The Fourth Edition Includes Updates On Treatments For Tonsilitis, Croup, Sunstroke And Headlice The Section On Vaccinations Includes The Latest Recommendations Including Measles, Meningococcal And HPV There Is Also A New Section On Electromagnetic Pollution, Including Mobile Cell Phones.

10 thoughts on “A Guide to Child Health

  1. says:

    This book is mind blowing Consider these topics Symptoms of illness in childhood ranging from the typical to atypical like fevers, and going so far as to approach the uneasy subjects like the purpose of illness, health of the spirit, cultivation of healthy rhythms, vaccinations , The Foundations of Healthy Development includes social issues and family connections , and Health through Education answers as far as development in many such complex issues from effective parenting, development stages of will, sleep and nutritional questions, to temperaments, religious education, sex education, multimedia, addiction drugs, fears anxieties, institutional education, and so on The authors base the theories that inform them upon anthroposophical theory This may put some people off What is most obvious even in the Table of Contents, is that in all matters, the spiritual is, rather than shunned, a welcome and necessary aspect of the whole, and is given as much weight as any other aspect There are controversial notions within the chapters, like the stance on left handedness though they give an interesting argument from their point of view on this one There ve been many questions as to the religion that anthroposophy stands upon I have also heard that our most common forms of Christianity do not in many ways reflect the earliest Christianity that Christianity in its most ancient form, is anthroposophical Among the interesting of these claims are...

  2. says:

    It has been than just a reference book in order to treat illness with a natural approach I have to say I didn t know anything about Rudolph Steiner s philosophy and some of the chapters were a bit too much for my taste at the time I first picked up this book, I mean, I didn t know what to make out of some parts like the learning process in childhood and when to start reading writing with children It was my mistake not to read the entire explanation and get a better glimpse of the Waldorf life style As I kept bumping with this Waldorf thing everywhere I looked, I decided to read further and t...

  3. says:

    I used this book for all my children It empowered me to understand and manage many of my children s childhood illnesses withou running to the doctor because I felt helpless.

  4. says:

    Practical, sound advice and ideas that make sense I m not going to drink the Kool aid and pledge my life by it, but it s a helpful touchstone to keep in mind as I raise my children.

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