A Rule Is To Break: A Child's Guide to Anarchy by John Seven

By John Seven

Easily celebrating adolescence: the enjoyment, the beauty of discovery, the spontaneity, and robust feelings. . . . Wild baby is unfastened to do as she pleases. A Rule Is to wreck: A kid's advisor to Anarchy follows Wild baby as she learns approximately simply being herself and the way that interprets into child autonomy. It provides the guidelines of not easy societal expectancies and culture and expressing your self freely in kid-terms which are either humorous and concept provoking--it even features as a guidebook for adults to appreciate what it truly is to be a severely pondering, inventive person. Wild baby is the position version for disobedience that's occasionally civil.

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Afterword By Shelah Moss One sunny day in August I went to meet a new client. I had been working with autistic children for about a decade using a developmental approach based on Floortime. When I got to the client’s house I met an adorable four year old girl, Florida, with a mop of hair and bright eyes that saw the world in black and white and red. The black and white part were the rules and rigidity that she lived by. The red was there because she had decided that red was her favorite color so she believed that her clothes should be red, her food should be red whenever possible, and she would only use the color red for her art projects.

I later found out that what had really convinced them was that during our session Florida painted a picture using all the colors on her easel without crying for the first time. That started my long journey with Florida and her wonderful parents. The ABA therapists soon faded away and a core team consisting of me, Sarah Homewood, her aide and therapist, Maggie Newman, an extraordinary occupational therapist, and Florida’s parents was formed. When Florida was quite young, social skills and developing through play were the primary focus.

The mother gave me a skeptical look, but she and Florida’s father hired me. I thought it was my confidence that won them over. I later found out that what had really convinced them was that during our session Florida painted a picture using all the colors on her easel without crying for the first time. That started my long journey with Florida and her wonderful parents. The ABA therapists soon faded away and a core team consisting of me, Sarah Homewood, her aide and therapist, Maggie Newman, an extraordinary occupational therapist, and Florida’s parents was formed.

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