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The Child Whisperer, The Ultimate Handbook for Raising Happy, Successful, and Cooperative Children Paperback – October 23, 2012
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Carol received her post-baccalaureate training in numerous energy psychology and natural healing methods. For over 20 years, her work in the field of self-help and personal development has helped hundreds of thousands worldwide to improve every aspect of their lives--from money, to health, relationships, fashion, parenting, to overall emotional well-being.
Her first two books, The Path to Wholeness and Remembering Wholeness, promote personal growth by teaching empowering energy healing methods.
In her experience with energy healing, Carol observed that different people express different energies and natural movements. She developed a program called Energy Profiling that helps people identify and honor their true natures, strengths, and gifts. Her book, It's Just My Nature, explains this program in depth.
Applying her Energy Profiling model to beauty and fashion, she then created an online makeover program called Dressing Your Truth. Women from over 60 countries around the world have become members of Carol's Dressing Your Truth program. Carol's book Dressing Your Truth: Discover Your Personal Beauty Profile is the first step to dressing true to your nature.
Carol Tuttle's latest book applies Energy Profiling to the world of parenting. The Child Whisperer turns longstanding parenting assumptions on their heads and shows how parenting can be an even more intuitive, cooperative, fulfilling experience than any good parent even imagines.
Carol is the mother of five grown children. She and Jonathan, her husband of 32 years, reside in Utah. Carol enjoys the outdoors and loves to challenge herself through competitive tennis and triathlons. Her favorite place in the world, besides home, is the North Shore of Oahu.
Top Customer Reviews
It's so much more than just understanding a personality as other books have identified. It's about physical features, movement, ways of relating to the world and what motivates each type. By understanding a child's true nature, you can learn to parent or teach them without wounding and stifling their natural talents, abilities and tendencies which are the things that make them amazing and wonderful. As you become a "Child Whisperer" you will learn to guide them in a positively enriching way rather than trying to change them to what you think they should be or a traditional "mold" of social expectations.
Many tips throughout the book give you ideas in relating to each child's type. There is also a section on the pitfalls of traditional parenting methods and beliefs.
This is a book that every parent, grandparent, teacher, coach, daycare provider or anyone who cares about children should have on their bookshelf. If you want to see more joy and peace and a better relationship between you and a child, you need this book!
I have always heard that "every child is so different" but when I go to look for a parenting book when problems come up...I have only ever found "one-size-fits-all" solutions...which usually end up NOT being solutions...because, well, every child is different! If a certain solution has worked for one of my children I now know it worked because that solution naturally honored and supported my child.
No matter the age of your child (even adult children!), the personality of your child or the challenges you are facing I am confident that this book will be an incredibly healing tool for all parents. In fact, this book will help ANY person who interacts with children regularly, including teachers, day care providers, grandparents, aunts, uncles, etc.
The Child Whisperer is not only great for parents, but I noticed that it can also be really helpful for anyone who interacts with or works with children. Think: a schoolteacher who wants to motivate all her uniquely different students, a grandmother who wants to be an influence for good in her grandchildren's lives, a social worker who works with troubled teens, a community member who is concerned about the direction young people seem to be headed. The applications are really endless.Read more ›
I still have not decided what type my 3 year old son is, he is a Type 1 or a Type 4, and most likely a combination of the two! There were so many scenarios in the book that spoke directly to problems we have been having and the best ways to handle them according to his type. I have been slowly trying them out with great success. I am definitely giving this book to every new Mom I know, I can't think of a better baby gift. Of course, this book is a must for a child of any age...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book has been so helpful for me in understanding the whys of behavior. I highly recommend it to anyone wanting to have better relationships especially within the family.Published 9 days ago by Jeanene R.
This book is wonderful and has amazing insight into the brains of children. I have recommended it to all the moms of toddlers I know!Published 13 days ago by Mom of 3 Under 3
This Book.. is beyond AMAZING... My husband said this was one of the best books he has ever read! Major insights.. for young & old... to reparent your self... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Juhli B. Carlsen
Carol Tuttle's observations on children should be read by everyone, not just people who are caring for children. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Jack_and_Lois_in_TX
This book has helped me to understand my children better and become a better parent. I loved it. It also helped me to understand myself and why I do things.Published 16 days ago by Marie Hunting
I wish I had this book 12 years ago! But it's never too late. I'm using the principles now and it's helping our family.Published 21 days ago by Monica Morrison
good insight and easily implemented. guarantee success if you develop these skills.Published 22 days ago by Connie B Craig
Interesting read. Provides an alternative perspective on children (adults) and their behavior. Well worth the read even though a bit simplistic to categorize people (just like... Read morePublished 1 month ago by n g