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- 19. Book Review -- Scream Free Parenting
- Screamfree Parenting: The Revolutionary Approach to Raising Your Kids by Keeping Your Cool
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Here I go again, reading another self-help book. The book had me at keeping your cool. With a teen and pre-teens in the house, I often and praying to keep my cool.
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That much needed reading includes books that are on a plan to improve my parenting and communication skills. I bought this book a few years ago and started it but never finished it.
10 Parenting Tips to Calm Down Any Child In a Minute
Even during my third pregnancy I read as many books about pregnancy, breastfeeding, potty training, and babies as possible. I had a library full of information both on my shelves and in my head. I enjoyed learning as much as I could and totally thought the more information, the better.
The scream school of parenting summary of the book
My newly pregnant friends and family relied on me often for advice on anything from tender nipples to preventing diaper rashes and I felt pretty proud of myself for knowing so much. It helped me too as a new parent.
When my kids were feeling sick, or entering a new phase, I was confident and secure in what was happening and my ability to work through it. I like to think that this confidence made parenting one, two, then three kids a little bit easier. But at some point the reading stopped and next thing you know my babies were all kids.
So I bought the book. Hmm, sounds interesting you say? I agree. No matter how upset they make you. Our goal is to focus on growing up as parents and individuals.
Do we want to raise robots or rebels? Runkel says to do this twice a year and have your child help. Twice a year? As in, every six months? My kids are older, I am viewing parenting differently, and I believe that trying something different will likely result in different outcomes.
19. Book Review -- Scream Free Parenting
What do you all think? Email address:. Definitely force them to clean their bedrooms! To some degree, kids need to be robots. And really…does anybody young or old really WANT to clean?
I know, I feel you on this. I know too many adults that live in dirty houses.
Screamfree Parenting: The Revolutionary Approach to Raising Your Kids by Keeping Your Cool
Where is the balance? R u kidding me??
Such an interesting post! Children need structure and boundaries.
One of the things we can control is a little neatness! I really enjoy your blog! I am also an attorney and just started my blog!
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Would love to have your input! It was a good start to dealing with older children.
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ScreamFree Parenting – Summary
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