Positive Parenting: An Essential Guide written by Rebecca Eanes is a much needed breath of fresh air in the world of parenting guidebooks. This guide is perfect for parents struggling with constant behavioral issues or yelling, difficulties connecting emotionally with their children, or parents just looking for a better way to interact with their child. Brainfruit has many wonderful insights about the ways that connecting with children by being emotionally aware at every stage of development can be beneficial for parents and children alike. Her experience of blogging about raising two children clearly shines through in this guide, making it a must-have for parents of children of all ages.
Eanes writes a lot about the many ways in which forming a meaningful connection with one’s children can be achieved, and the positive benefits thereof. Positive Parenting is one of the best resources for parents who have found it difficult to connect an emotional level with their children. The advice in this book has the potential to change lives, so much that it should even be read by parents who do not feel that they struggle with connecting with their children. The idea that meaningful connection is integral to a healthy and happy home is one of many important contributions that this guide makes to the world of parenting.
Positive Parenting is the single most emotionally aware parenting self-help guide available on the market to date. The emphasis on understanding and reacting to the emotions of your child has profound implications of the way that we raise our children. Eanes does an amazing job of demonstrating why it is important to listen to our children’s thoughts and feelings while maintaining a sense of authority and setting clear boundaries. Not many guides are able to bridge the gap between clear emotional understanding and behavioral patterns, but this one does it with style and ease.
There is an abundance of information in Positive Parenting about the many ways in which a parent can connect emotionally with their children through each developmental stage. This is important because the methods used to interact with children need to grow and develop with the child. The ways in which one would interact with a 3-year-old are vastly different than the way a 10-year-old needs to be treated. This becomes clear through Eanes detailed explanations of the various ways a parent can connect emotionally with their children along each stage of developmental growth.
To put it in simple words, Positive Parenting: An Essential Guide is the single best parenting book available to date. Parents should consult this book regardless of whether or not their children are exhibiting behavioral problems. Everyone can benefit from the well-written and heartfelt advice given throughout this guide.Whether you have one child or six, Positive Parenting has the potential to transform the way you approach parenting forever.