This book will open your mind to the fact that children deserve and need to be respected on the same level that you expect to be as a parent.
Kohn argues that “time-outs” – typically thought to be a gentler response to misbehavior – count as punishment too because of the use of “love withdrawal”.
I challenge parents to read this book, and spend a few weeks living by its principles, and see how the relationship with your children changes.
I really liked the beginning of the book, but I couldn't keep it open after a while. Even without reading it I knew what he was going to write.Published 4 days ago by daniela
This book is not actually as provocative or radical as the author seems to think. It is hardly "groundbreaking", but definitely a "me too" book, on the heels of... Read morePublished 11 days ago by tartufina
Very much make sense and I hope more parents will get to read it! I was raised in Asian culture and I feel that pain deep in my heart. Read morePublished 1 month ago by W K
Thanks for this great book, which not only presents a great approach to parenting, but which also goes into the details of how this would look like in practice. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Marion