Published August 2, 1996
by Random House Value Publishing .
Written in English
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Those are just some of the chapter names you'll find in this hilarious book of funny real-life anecdotes that'll give you a few chuckles amidst the chaos of being a new parent. 20 of 26 'No-Drama Discipline: The Whole-Brain Way to Calm the Chaos and Nurture Your Child's Developing Mind' by Daniel J. SiegelAuthor: Dana Baardsen. Every parent wants to raise happy and confident kids, but finding the right parenting tools to do this is not always easy.. Ever since I became a mom, I read a lot of books written by parenting experts to find out more about child development and the right ways to educate and discipline my kids.I also discovered a lot of lists of “must-read parenting books” on other sites, but many of them. That’s how I discovered the secrets: 10 secrets every parent should know about being happy. After hearing from hundreds of parents in the same boat as me, I knew I needed to share what I discovered. And so I wrote this book: Happy You, Happy Family. Get your e-book or paperback copy today and start your journey to becoming your happiest self. Easy to read, and practical little guide for parents who want to bring out the best for kids. Book is broken up into common parent traps, and how to look at your to be the parent you want to be/5(49).
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KJ Dell'Antonia is the author of the viral New York Times essay Why I Didn't Answer Your Email, which pretty much makes her Team Paper-except for while unexpectedly quarantined in an other country with three small children. She is the former editor of the Times' Motherlode blog and the author of the book How to Be a Happier debut novel, The Chicken Sisters, is a timely. Every parent needs to read this book! As with many other parents, Ann Douglas has been a guiding light in my journey as a Mom. Of all her informative and helpful books, Happy Parents, Happy Kids is my favorite. Ann's research affirms the universal challenges parents face and the societal pressures that aggravate those issues/5(9). As Oscar Wilde once said, “It is what you read when you don’t have to that determines who you will be when you can’t help it.” Maybe reading can make you happy. See also 30 of the Best Books to Teach Children Empathy. So, be happy. Everyone deserves more of that. Here are some happy books. Ed note: Some of the links below may be. 9. Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids. Dr. Laura Markham is one of the most popular and recommended parenting experts out there. Her book, Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids helps parents understand the importance of having a strong connection with their toddler .