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Friday, September 12, 2014

Navigating Emotions for Parents Ebook Review

Parenting can be really tough.  You have a child you are helping learn the ways of the world, and it's hard to know what the appropriate emotion should be in some situations.  I know there are times when Goose isn't listening or doing the exact thing that I told her not to do, that I have trouble breathing through the anger, and staying clam with her.

The eBook "Navigating Emotions for Parents", was written by Amy Phoenix, a mom of five and certified certified parent educator. Amy wrote this book to help parents learn ways to properly use their emotions around their children, helping the children feel safe and parents feel more confident in the way they are raising their children.

Through out this book, you will be able to look at 20 different situations.  Each situation, will give the normal reaction and then explain how you can replace that action with a more useful and loving emotion that children may respond to a little better.  Here is a list of the scenarios that the eBook will walk you through: (More info about each can be found here).

The Sit Down
The Sensation Balloon
The Simple Inquiry
The Satisfying Shout
The Special Notebook
The Silent Treatment
The Sensation Wave
The Secret Camera
The Safe Friend
The Soft Whisper
The Smooth Exit
The Silly Signal
The Serenade
The Speaking Notebook
The Speaking Walls
The Solution Rehearsal
The Struggle Surrender
The Smooth Pivot
The Stay and Listen
The Sixty Second Shift

Overall, I am really finding this eBook very helpful in going through my frustration and sometimes anger with Goose.  It has helped me remember to breath, and also to remember that she is only 3 years old.

If you find yourself, at times, loosing your cool with your kids, you should really check out this book.  Right now, it is available for $2.99 here:

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1 comment :

  1. I feel I didn't always do so well with our own children so it would be a real plus to read this book now with a grandchild going into the 'terrible 2s'. My daughter has said she'd like to have insight as to how to deal with her emotions better; she often feels as if she's going crazy. I know that feeling so well!