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We love our children intensely, yet every day life with them can be challenging, frustrating and exhausting. All day, every day, there are so many things we must get our children to do--or stop from doing. Beginning with getting them out of bed in the morning, and ending with putting them to bed at night (and often, not even then), our job involves an incredible amount of organization, guidance, direction and connection. And all that requires a brilliance and stamina that we never knew we possessed, but somehow must find.
I spend my time surrounded by parents, children and families. I’ve worked with hundreds of "Test Parents" from all over the world during my book writing process. And of course, I have my very own "laboratory" in my home. So I have a very good idea of the top issues that all parents share. I research the best answers that support positive, nurturing, "No-Cry" parenting ideals and share those answers with my readers in my books.
I hope that I can help you to find the solutions to the parenting challenge that you are facing today.
This is the 2nd book that I've read by Elizabeth Pantley and have enjoyed reading both of them.
It is the typical, loving parenting style that Pantley also uses in her no-cry sleep solution book and I really like her gentle tips and reasoning for using them.
Parents will find this useful for those times when they worry that repeated, obnoxious behaviors will make them lose their minds.
Lots of great ideas to help make life less of a struggle. Don't yell at kids to pick up toys, make it a game (Can you do it before I count to 20?). Read morePublished 1 month ago by D. Mueller
I love this author and have read most of her books. This one offers great tips that work for many different family structures.Published 4 months ago by Catherine J Aurora
As a La Leche League Leader and mom of 3 children, I am always on the look out for new books to help myself and my group. Read morePublished 11 months ago by M. Spacek
I love the No-Cry Sleep Solution. I feel like it offered up new ideas that I (as a former nanny) hadn't come across before. However, this book doesn't have ANY of that. Sadly... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Wendy
I use this book both personally (as a mother) and professionally (as a parent coach). Elizabeth Pantley offers readers easy-to-use tools to address common behavior issues in a... Read morePublished 14 months ago by K LaRosa
It seems that after a while, as a parent, the same conversations are revisited time after time. The same requests (Please, just go brush your teeth! Read morePublished 14 months ago by Rivkah Estrin
I got this when my little guy was tiny, before discipline was even an issue, and I'm so glad I did. It changed the way I thought about parenting. Read morePublished 15 months ago by liljacksmama
My son is very stuck into his routine and does not like to stop doing what he is doing or do what we want until he is ready. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Heather