"The Normal But Not-So-Easy Child: Raising Your Child Without Frustration, Anger, or Guilt"
Our guest on ST Medical Monday is Dr. Bob Hudson, a Clinical Professor of Pediatrics with the OU School of Community Medicine in Tulsa. He's practiced general pediatrics for the past 30 years -- and has spent the past 16 years as a behavioral pediatrician, helping parents whose children exhibit behavioral or learning problems. Dr. Hudson tells us about his new book, which is just out: "The Normal But Not-So-Easy Child: Raising Your Child Without Frustration, Anger, or Guilt." As was noted of this book by Betty Casey with Tulsa Kids Magazine: "[The] book uses current brain science and understanding of temperament to give parents, caregivers, and teachers a practical, individualized guide to making relationships with children work. This is no one-size-fits-all method. Readers will learn how to identify and understand not only what drives their children, but also what drives them, so that everyone can enjoy a calmer, richer, more rewarding family dynamic."