Charlotte Sophia Kasl, PhD, (née Davis, AKA Charlotte Davis Kasl) is a U.S. psychologist and author.
She pioneered the 16-Steps for Discovery and Empowerment as an alternative to the Twelve-step program for recovery from addiction, compulsion, or other behavioral problems.
She wrote several books based on some aspects of Sufi, Quaker, and Buddhist spiritual beliefs and ... more »
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When you take a light perspective, it's easier to step back and relax when your child doesn't walk until fifteen months, . . . is not interested in playing ball, wants to be a cheerleader, doesn't wan...Charlotte Davis Kasl (20th century), U.S. psychologist. Finding Joy, no. 72 (1994).
One of the important things to learn about parenting is that the more you worry about a child, the less the child will worry about him- or herself....instead of worrying, watch with fascination and wo...Charlotte Davis Kasl (20th century), U.S. Finding Joy, no. 73 (1994).
If I could summarize my suggestions to parents over the past twenty-five years it would be: worry less, criticize less, preach less, listen more, have more fun, be more honest with your own feelings, ...Charlotte Davis Kasl (20th century), U.S. psychologist. Finding Joy, no. 72 (1994).
''Caring for children is a dance between setting appropriate limits as caretakers and avoiding unnecessary power struggles that result in unhappiness.''Charlotte Davis Kasl (20th century), U.S. psychologist. Finding Joy, no. 70 (1994).
It may comfort you to know that if your child reaches the age of eleven or twelve and you have a good bond or relationship, no matter how dramatic adolescence becomes, you children will probably turn ...Charlotte Davis Kasl (20th century), U.S. psychologist. Finding Joy, no. 73 (1994).
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