- By Pamela Li

Turning Tantrums Into Triumphs

  • Title: Turning Tantrums Into Triumphs
  • Author: Pamela Li
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 476
  • Format: ebook
  • Turning Tantrums Into Triumphs Discover how today s brain research can help parents stop temper tantrums By following the step by step instructions parents can transform terrible twos into terrific growths Give your child the gift

    Discover how today s brain research can help parents stop temper tantrums By following the step by step instructions, parents can transform terrible twos into terrific growths.Give your child the gift of emotional self control now

    1 thought on “Turning Tantrums Into Triumphs

    1. Condensed and Very InformativeSuitable for those who needs quick explanation and solution ready on the table. The author seems read a lot of scientific source as she claimed, yet able to deliver her knowledge in easy-to-read form.

    2. Very informative and helpful food for thoughtI rated this book 5 because it gave facts, and also because it is like an instruction manual for what I want to do in a tantrum situation. I don't want to resort to spanking or punishment. It's hard in public to consider her feelings bc people are staring at you waiting to see what you'll do and its nerve wracking but understanding how important it is to her that I block that out is crucial to her development. It's not about those onlookers it's about [...]

    3. What Ms Li tells us is common sense, really - it's just that you need it in a structured, easy to follow format which she provides here.This is a practical guide for every parent can use - tantrums are emotionally draining and upsetting. They are going to occur, so you need to be ready. The author allows us to choose the best path for handling these events and her style inspires confidence in her advice. A must have for any parents - even those of us who consider ourselves "veterans". Recommende [...]

    4. As a busy parent, I often find it difficult to deal my kid's tantrums and always tries to ignore or stop them immediately. After reading this book, I have learnt that they are actually part of a child developmental process and should be handled with just several simple steps. I consider this book an easy-to-use parenting manual for those with toddlers. Not only does the book tells me what to do, it also tells me what NOT to do in raising my child, all backed up by various clinical research and a [...]

    5. Turning Toddler tantrums into triumphs by Pamela Li is precise and concise; suited for busy parents.Well researched and backed with scientific facts, this book raves for empathetic and hands-on parenting—with pointers that deserve consideration if you are not already doing so.Great book on effective parenting.

    6. For struggling parentsThis was fairly good information and some sound tricks of parenthood to try. Some worked in our family, some did not.

    7. Not badGood to know that keeping calm is so important. Spanking never works and the differences between the emotional and thinking brain. Quick read.

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