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“I heartily recommend this warm-hearted and easy-to-use book. Pediatrician Michelle Bailey offers her readers a variety of methods for accessing the power of mindfulness to manage stress and cultivate happiness and well-being. Any parent of a stressed-out child should find something useful and sustaining here.”
—Jeffrey Brantley, MD, DFAPA, author of Calming Your Anxious Mind and founder and director of the mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) program at Duke Integrative Medicine in Durham, NC
“Easy-to-read, practical tips tested through personal experience and illustrated with inspiring stories. I will recommend this book to families interested in learning how to use mindful practices to help kids master stress.”
—Kathi Kemper, MD, MPH, FAAP, author of Mental Health Naturally and The Holistic Pediatrician
“This book is written in friendly, accessible language. It offers parents and children proven skills for dealing with stress and creating good mental health.”
—Amy Saltzman, MD, director of Still Quiet Place and the Association for Mindfulness in Education
“Michelle Bailey has created a highly applicable and practical hands-on book for parents raising children in the twenty-first century. Not only will the skills in this book be helpful to children, but they will also benefit the parents themselves. It is with great pleasure that I recommend this book.”
—Gina M. Biegel, MA, LMFT, psychotherapist and author of The Stress Reduction Workbook for Teens
In Parenting Your Stressed Child, pediatrician and Duke University integrative medicine expert Michelle Bailey shows parents how to provide their children with practical mindfulness-based life skills for keeping calm in stressful situations, including family conflicts, difficulties at school, problems with friends, divorce, and other life transitions.