Parenting With Purpose: A Practical Guide to Disciplining With Empathy and Raising an Emotionally Intelligent ChildAileen JarvisPublished in 2020
If You’ve Ever Allowed a Three-Year-Old’s Temper Tantrum to Ruin You, Then Keep Reading
… and learn the no-nonsense approach to positive parenting and raising emotionally intelligent kids
Let’s face it – even the best and kindest of kids throw temper tantrums. In fact, statist...
But it doesn’t end there. Of all three to four-year-olds, 50% will still continue with the temper tantrums.
How long can you stand your ground when these become a regular occurrence?
Even moms who are as cool as a cucumber will want to punch the wall simply because a five-year-old can’t be rationalized with.
Being a parent is tough.
Learning through trial and error, however, isn’t an option when your kid’s wellbeing and future are on the line.
Mastering the right parenting techniques early on in life is important because:
Intense early childhood parental involvement helps kids develop to the best of their abilities
Mindful parenting also contributes to better social development for children
Positive parenting can impact generations – not only your kids but the way they interact with their own children
You will be establishing a bond with your child that will last a lifetime
You certainly understand the importance of being a hands-on parent. Like many others, however, you may be clueless about how to approach discipline, boundaries and positive reinforcement.
Of all parents, 57% struggle finding the most effective way to discipline kids.
Parenting with Purpose provides the answer.
Good parenting is based on mutual respect, open communication and transparency. This is just one of the key lessons included in the latest book by child development experts Aileen Jarvis and Rowan Roffe.
In Parenting with Purpose, you’ll discover:
What exactly is parenting with purpose – actionable tips and no mumbo jumbo
How your child’s mind functions – little ones don’t process information as adults!
4 parenting styles you should never adopt because they’ll backfire sooner or later
And 2 loving, nurturing parenting styles that can help you establish a strong bond with your kids
How to handle the mighty temper tantrum like a boss (the one thing all parents are probably dying to find out)
The secret of setting boundaries and outlining clear consequences, whether positive or negative
The answer to the big question: should a parent ever try to be their child’s friend?
Effective approaches for dealing with a teen rebel
Actionable insights, real-life examples and communication exercises to strengthen the skills you’ve just learned
And much more.
As a bonus, the book will apply the techniques to real-life situations that parents struggle with. If you dread mealtime or getting kids ready for kindergarten in the morning, this is the reading material you should have on your nightstand.