The Myth of Laziness, by Mel Levine (New York: Simon & Schuster 2002).Written by an acclaimed pediatrician, put this on your must-read list if you have any concerns about your kid touting a lazy attitude. Packed with research, case studies, and helpful solutions.
The Procrastinator's Handbook: Mastering the Art of Doing It Now, by Rita Emmett (Toronto: Doubleday Canada, 2000). If you're noticing that laziness and procrastination may be an attitude plaguing you as well as your kid, here's the perfect book offering great solutions that inspire you to get started. For teens as well as adults.
Put Your Rear into Gear: Understanding and Breaking Free from Procrastination, by Jeanine Reiss (Kelwona, B.C.: Lifeworks Publishing, 2000).A simple format offering situations and solutions dealing with procrastination. For teens as well as adults.
The Procrastinating Child: A Handbook for Adults to Help Children Stop Putting Things Off, by Rita Emmett (New York: Random House, 2002). Practical tips for tackling youthful procrastination.
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