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 25 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 1 month 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 2 months ago by Marion