- When do I reward and when do I punish?
- How do I give advice about studying without getting backtalk?
- How much should I review homework?
- How do I help my stressed out child who takes school too seriously?
- What do I say when my child says “I don’t care” about school?
- How do I help my disorganized child without feeling like I am his secretary?
Praise for Homework
“Whether you have an anxious, disorganized or defiant child when it comes to doing schoolwork, McNerney’s C.A.L.M. method allows you to tailor your intervention to the specific style of your child. A great way to avoid nightly homework wars!”
- Thomas W. Phelan, PhD, author of Surviving Your Adolescents
“Neil is a gifted communicator, able to introduce ideas in a way that make perfect sense out of complicated dynamics, and leaves parents feeling renewed and ready for action. Neil is a professional worth watching and learning from. I know I have.”
- Hal Runkel, NY Times bestselling author of ScreamFree Parenting
“I’ve never read a book like this one I will keep it on my professional shelf & continue to recommend to parents and professionals. Thanks for the gem of a book, Neil McNerney! No wonder its flying off shelves!!” - Laura Chernow, Book Reviewer for The Purcellville Gazette
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