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I Love You Rituals Paperback – November 21, 2000
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Becky A. Bailey, Ph.D., specializes in early childhood education and developmental psychology. Her lectures reach more than 20,000 people annually, and her awards include a Parents' Choice Foundation commendation for three of her parenting audiotapes. She has appeared on CNN, PBS, and The Hour of Power with Dr. Robert Schuller, among other programs. She lives in Oviedo, Florida.
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I liked the beginning of the book and the general concept, but when we tried these methods on our kids, things didn't really change in our household.
We tried the "1-2-3 Magic" book too. The beginning of both books are fairly similar (explaining that kids are not "little adults" and we need to find a solution to the frustration and anger we are feeling), but our kids seem to be responding much better to the 1-2-3 methods. Plus, it has eliminated some of the "tantrums" we pull as adults.
I have started incorporating some of the methods in this book (e.g. - my daughter and I have a wake-up ritual that is predictable to her and puts her in a good mood for getting dressed) - so it was helpful, just not the same "magic formula" my friend said had worked for her.