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Rescuing the Emotional Lives of Overweight Children

What Our Kids Go Through - And How We Can Help

by Sylvia Rimm

  • 162 Want to read
  • 3 Currently reading

Published by Rodale Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Child Development And Rearing,
  • Family & Relationships,
  • Family / Parenting / Childbirth,
  • Child Care/Parenting,
  • Parenting - General,
  • Family & Relationships / Parenting,
  • Mental health,
  • Obesity in children,
  • Overweight children,
  • Psychological aspects,
  • Psychology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8879450M
    ISBN 101594862397
    ISBN 109781594862397
    OCLC/WorldCa62110859

      And play encourages emotional attunement — getting on the same page, feelings-wise — which in turn can help children learn to regulate their emotions when the cookie crumbles. 5. Play. Overweight and obese children are more likely to stay obese into adulthood and to develop noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) like diabetes and cardiovascular diseases at a younger age. For most NCDs resulting from obesity, the risks depend partly on the age of onset and on the duration of obesity. Obese children and adolescents suffer from both.

    Children’s books and magazines are mentioned in this booklet as examples and are only a few of many appropriate children’s books and periodicals. Other materials mentioned are provided as resources and examples for the reader’s convenience. Listing of materials and resources in this book should not be construed or interpreted as. Even though the prevalence of obesity has grown significantly, making overweight and obesity in youth seem more normal, the rate of bullying hasn&#;t decreased. Kids can be cruel. This cruelty can have significant effects on the psyche of children struggling with obesity. Obese children miss more school than children at a normal weight.

    Both kids and adults eat out of emotional needs. Kids may eat as a reaction to marital tension or the threat of divorce. Many kids eat to cope with stress and anxiety over performance and.   No amount of good intentions, however, would be enough to rescue “Lucius.” The book’s narrator, Mordecai “Tree” Weissman, is a middle-aged white Jewish man from Connecticut who lives .


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Rescuing the Emotional Lives of Overweight Children by Sylvia Rimm Download PDF EPUB FB2

In Rescuing the Emotional Lives of Overweight Children, Dr. Sylvia Rimm, one of America's most trusted family psychologists for more than 20 years, cuts to the heart of the issue with simple advice you can use today, even as you are still searching for ways to help your child lose weight/5(6).

Helping your child through a weight problem doesn't have to be a long, difficult process. In Rescuing the Emotional Lives of Overweight Children, Dr.

Sylvia Rimm, one of America's most trusted family psychologists for more than 20 years, cuts to the heart of the issue with simple advice you can use today, even as you are still searching for ways to help your /5(6).

Helping your child through a weight problem doesn't have to be a long, difficult process. In Rescuing the Emotional Lives of Overweight Children, Dr. Sylvia Rimm, one of America's most trusted family psychologists for more than 20 years, cuts to the heart of the issue with simple advice you can use today, even as you are still searching for ways to help your /5.

Get this from a library. Rescuing the emotional lives of overweight children: what our kids go through-- and how we can help. [Sylvia B Rimm; Eric Rimm] -- Offers parents of overweight children advice on how they can help their child lose weight and cope with the emotional and physical issues surrounding obesity in adolescents.

Product Information. Helping your child through a weight problem doesn't have to be a long, difficult process. In Rescuing the Emotional Lives of Overweight Children, Dr. Sylvia Rimm, one of America's most trusted family psychologists for more than 20 years, cuts to the heart of the issue with simple advice you can use today, even as you are still searching for ways to help.

Sylvia Rimm shows the emotional toll in the epidemic of overweight children--the first book to take an in-depth look at the lives of these explains how overweight children struggle in school, have lowered expectations for their future, have troubling relationships with peers and adults, exhibit more high-risk behavior, and are even more misunderstood by their.

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Adults can help overweight kids to become more active and physical. And finally, parents can help improve family relationships. I developed the Six-Step Healthy Rescue Plan (below) to start you on the path to rescuing the emotional lives of overweight children.

The Six-Step Healthy Rescue Plan. Be a coach, instead of a judge. Go for the goal. Sylvia Rimm, author of "Rescuing the Emotional Lives of Overweight Children," said her surveys of more than 5 middle school children reached similar conclusions.

"The overweight children felt. Overweight children are caught in a vicious circle of self-destructive behavior, Rimm says. "They're inactive, and they're sad kids, and they use eating as gratification," she says.

Sylvia Rimm, author of Rescuing the Emotional Lives of Overweight Children, says parents should emphasize a child’s strengths. In other words, praise them for the things they do well, like drawing, listening to their friends, musical ability, or helping out at home.

Obesity is a condition marked by excess accumulation of body fat. Genetic factors play a key role in obesity, but so do behavioral factors — especially eating too much and exercising too little.

Obesity can lead to diabetes, heart disease, sleep apnea and other problems. However, if being overweight stops you from doing things, it can interfere with the quality of your life and affect your relationships.

If it bothers you, do something about it. PublishedRescuing the Emotional Lives of Overweight Children: What Our Kids Go Through — and How We Can Help is a book by Sylvia Barkan Rimm. Sylvia Barkan Rimm (born ) is an American psychologist specializing in parenting, child development and learning.

She has written books on raising gifted children, success for girls. She is the author of several books, including How to Parent So Children Will Learn ( National Best Books awared, USA Book News) and Why Bright Kids Get Poor Grades ( National Best Books awared, USA Book News), Growing Up Too Fast: The Rimm Report on the secret Lives of America’s Middle Schoolers, Rescuing the Emotional Lives of.

Objective: To clarify the associations between obesity and health‐related quality of life by exploring the associations between physical and emotional well‐being in relation to obesity and the presence of other chronic illness.

Research Methods and Procedures: The study data were collected as part of a postal‐survey within the old Oxford Regional Health Authority of England. HRQoL in children and emotional states in mothers were assessed using the Iranian version of the pediatric quality of life inventory (PedsQL TM ).

The disorder of narcissistic parenting creates significant emotional damage to children. If not understood, children raised by narcissistic parents grow up. In their book Rescuing the Lives of Overweight Children, 47 Rimm and Rimm present a careful and systematic comparison of the characteristics of obese children to those of nonobese children.

Their surveys examined the core values and life goals of children from rural and urban areas, from public, private, and parochial schools. children's drawings look about the same as they did in early childhood in terms of level of detail c. improvements in fine motor skills are seen primarily among children who were educated in a formal school setting d.

most children are just beginning to learn to tie their shoes. Various factors can influence the likelihood of a child's becoming overweight. Obesity is usually defined as more than 20 percent above ideal weight for a particular height and age.

(At 7, Bea was 4-foot-4 and weighed 93 pounds -- considered obese at nearly 30 pounds overweight -- when Weiss decided to take action. At her next annual checkup, Bea was 4-foot-6 and 77 pounds.) Q.Obesity, excessive accumulation of body fat, usually caused by the consumption of more calories than the body can use.

The excess calories are then stored as fat, or adipose tissue. Overweight, if moderate, is not necessarily obesity, particularly in muscular or large-boned individuals.