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“Whether it happened today or ten years ago, you can still remember the judgy jerk who told you that you were doing something horribly wrong as a parent. Guess what? You weren't. And finally, we've got proof: THIS WONDERFUL BOOK!” -- Lenore Skenazy, president of Let Grow and founder of the Free-Range Kids movement

“A timely and reassuring look at contemporary parenting. Lindsay Powers explains how weak science and dubious ideology have been used to steal the joy from parenting and replace it with self-doubt. Are you a good parent who feels bad? You need this book!” -- Amy Tuteur, MD, Harvard-trained OB/GYN and author of Push Back: Guilt in the Age of Natural Parenting

“Lindsay Powers is the wise best friend (who also interviewed hundreds of doctors and dozens of parents, while also combing through mountains of research papers) that all new parents dream about. Warm, compassionate, and open-minded, Powers examines the trials of modern parenting—from the belief that C-sections are the easy way out to the misconception that sleep training will make your baby a psychopath—and offers up something we sleep-deprived parents rarely receive: relief. This new bible of anxiety-free child-rearing is a friendly call to arms to stop the judgement and, even more powerfully, to stop the self-flagellation. I am so grateful that this wonderful book exists.” -- Susannah Cahalan, New York Times bestselling author of Brain on Fire

"A well-researched, common-sense compendium on child-rearing.”, Kirkus

About the Author

Lindsay Powers is a long-time journalist whose work has appeared in The Washington Post, the New York PostUs WeeklyThe Hollywood ReporterCosmopolitan, CBS This MorningGood Morning America, Today, CNN, and many other nationwide outlets. She was the founding editor-in-chief of Yahoo! Parenting and the lifestyle editorial director there. Most recently, she was the vice president for lifestyle and entertainment at SiriusXM. Lindsay is a mother of two young children and the creator of the viral #NoShameParenting movement.

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