.@TeddyOutReady: How to Raise a Happy Child and be Happy too Book Review

Wednesday, January 1, 2014

How to Raise a Happy Child and be Happy too Book Review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
How Raise a Happy Child (and be Happy too) book
Being a parent is like acquiring a new profession. From baby birth till grown-up kids there is a challenging  journey for parents who always want to give only the best to their kids. The journey of learning, raising a child and finding happiness together. Looking at the families including my own I was always wanted to see the ways of communicating with kids far from punishment, fear and manipulation. Every child is special and unique so growing happy, loving and caring kid would make parents happy too.

The book How Raise a Happy Child (and be Happy too) introduces incredible parenting strategies based on Taryn Voget (Everyday Genius Institute cofounder) and Heather Criswell's extensive experience of working with kids (over 25 years and 30,000 children). Those strategies when put in action, work with every child and in every situation making rising child much easier. For me it was first time when bedtime, disrespect and mealtime became not just blind, find yourself how-to-deal with processes. I found step-by step techniques how manage these situations, what to say and how to behave thanks to Heather Criswell and Taryn Voget book. I even refer to the table what to answer in everyday situations, I probably do not use the same wording but at least, I have an idea how to manage the situations giving my child the choice to control them. I think that videos also presented by authors, work perfectly to help in different ups and downs we face as parents.

Raise a Happy Child

Our most challenging tasks are room clean-up and bed time routine. I finally was happy to find out how to deal with those making my boy to get involved and happy too for what he does. I am also agree with authors of the book that kids know how to be happy and they do everything to be so. The amazing thing that kids can say exactly what make them happy.

For more information about the book and authors you can easily find them on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. Would you like to win a hard copy of How Raise a Happy Child (and be Happy too) for yourself? Then go ahead and fill the Rafflecopter form below. The giveaway is open to US residents only and ends January 9, 2014.

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  1. Discipline, punishments, what to do when your children lie to you, and more.

  2. great ways to deal with tantrums

  3. Learning to let go of the small things and get over the trauma that has happened in our lives together. It's made me a bitter parent.

  4. Following directions the first time and not whining.

  5. great ways to deal with tantrums

  6. This looks like a good book sorry I missed the giveaway! I'm going to check and see if my library has it.

  7. My boys are teenagers now - but they are not too far along to benefit from the improvements I can make in my parenting style as a result of this book. Love it.