Difficult Children, by Henning KohlerWaldorf Publications
Here is an articulate appeal for the transformation of educational thinking. Today there is a growing sense of crisis in education and child rearing. This concern arises in part because of the increasing number of children diagnosed with so-called behavioral disorders or otherwise classified as difficult children. Henning Kohler asks: Can children be called 'difficult,' or is it, in fact, the overall state of social consciousness that is becoming more difficult for children? He questions accepted thinking and outlines a spiritually deepened view for educating and raising our children.