Do you know your unique toddlers?
This is about them: screams, stomping feet, tears, protests, unwillingness to listen and cooperate… or you just don’t feel your kids? If you want to raise a happiest and respectful child, and do no harm – this is the best book for you!
This book was created to help parents and their children to grow up and thrive. Here you’ll find other parents’ experience and advice from best modern psychologists and educators as well as teachers of more conventional views. This is not just another book where all the psycho-types of children are thoughtlessly collected. Children’s behavior is very different and it’s impossible to find a simple solution for every situation, you need an effective combination of techniques and strategies. Why our book is different from others and why it’ll help you ?
Why our book is different from others and why it’ll help you ?
No trivial & superficial information
No old-school parenting methods
Examples from day-to-day life
Age 1 to 5 characteristics
This book is a real guide for raising children!
We studied a lot of questions in our book. Let’s think, what situations do parents face? There are various everyday life situations, so we tried to describe the most popular problems with children aged 1 to 5:
Going to bed
Gadgets and TV
Fight over the table
Fights with siblings
and many MORE
We have put a lot of effort into creating that guide and we hope our book will become your real assistant.
Free an Amazon 07/10/2019 – 07/11/2019
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Mary Simmons graduated from Boston University in the faculty of social psychology and devoted herself to studying the problems of the relationship between children and adults, and has participated in research. As a member of several associations in Boston she aims at improving relations between children and has written articles on the upbringing of children in magazines and online publications. Mary has three children: 12, 5 and 2 years old. She sees her strongest achievement in sharing her own experience and skills to other people.