Parentshift: Ten Universal Truths That Will Change The Way You Raise Your Kids

Parentshift: Ten Universal Truths That Will Change The Way You Raise Your Kids
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"An upbeat, modern guide with classic roots." FOREWORD REVIEWS This extraordinary guidebook offers a satisfying new approach to raising confident, healthy, whole human beings, from toddler to teen. Groundbreaking in both its scope and methodology, ParentShift challenges some of our most popular disciplinary tools including punishments, threats, bribery, and rewards all of which, science has shown, sabotage so many of the long-term goals we have for our kids. Child development experts Linda and Ty Hatfield, along with award-winning journalist and author Wendy Thomas Russell, dismantle the pervasive myths that have given rise to these tactics and introduce a method designed to solve virtually any household challenge while honoring children's emotional needs, preserving the parent-child relationship and strengthening each child's self-esteem. "With easy-to-read text written with empathy and good humor... here are some of the best tools available to help you build the best possible, mutually respectful, and loving, life-long relationships with your kids." JANE BLUESTEIN, author of "The Parent's Little Book of List" "ParentShift provides a refreshingly direct entry point for parents who are looking for actionable steps . . . Brilliant!" VANESSA LAPOINTE, author of "Discipline Without Damage" "The depth and scope of this work is profound, vast, and life-changing. Not to be read only once, a resource like this provides valuable support throughout time." Lynette Anderson, director of Hilltop Preschool, Huntington Beach, CA "You owe it to yourself to learn from these masters. ParentShift is one of the most comprehensive and time-tested parenting books around. If you have only one parenting book in your library, this should be the one." Vickie Falcone, author of "Buddha Never Raised Kids & Jesus Didn't Drive Carpool" "They say there's no how-to book for parenting... but this is it." Jenny Marder, mother of two

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