Arguing: Deal with It Word by Word
Written by Elaine Slavens.
Published by James Lorimer & Company Ltd., 2004.
|Disagreements may be inevitable, but when they get
out of hand, they can lead to misunderstandings, hurt feelings, and even
physical fighting. Some young people are overcome by anger or frustration
during a confrontation, while others will do anything to avoid one
Arguing looks at the reasons why communication breaks down during arguments and suggests effective ways for young people to manage verbal disputes before they escalate into full-scale conflicts.
Author Elaine Slavens is the former Consultant of Guidance and Social/Personal Skills for the Toronto District School Board and was previously Conflict Resolution Advisor for the Toronto Board of Education. This book reflects a deep and sympathetic understanding of young people and her experience with issues of conflict in school settings.
Attractively illustrated, this book is intended for ages 10+.
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