What Great Parents Do: 75 Proven Strategies for Raising Fantastic Kids
There are so many parenting books out there, but most parents don’t have time to sit and read through hundreds of pages of advice. And on top of that, so many of them seem to be based in opinion and popular trends rather than fact and basic psychology. Erica Reischer offers a life raft to parents with What Great Parents Do, a book featuring seventy-five simple ways that parents can change themselves and their parenting style for great results. The best part of this book is that it doesn’t say “do this or that.” Instead, it offers ideas for how great parents behave when dealing with their children. For instance, “Great parents see the goal of discipline as learning, not punishment.” This simple phrase, along with the accompanying description of how it applies to real life, will help parents change their mindset about how discipline looks while offering ideas to use it in real situations. Much of the content is backed up by psychological principles and real-life studies. This book is full of positive, gentle parenting practices, but each one is condensed into readable bites that readers can pick up here and there as their busy lives allow.
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