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The Book You Wish Your Parents Had Read

The Book You Wish Your Parents Had Read

by Philippa Perry

PHILIPPA PERRY

Children won't form on their own like seedlings, Children grow through their relationships with others

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The book will help you to step back Focus on more bigger picture of parenting to foster a strong relationship with your child so that they can grow emotionally and mentally healthy

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3 Key Insights

  1. Insight 1: The way we react to parenting situations is tied up to our own childhood.
  2. Insight 2: Validate your child's feelings, even the irrational ones
  3. Insight 3: There are things we can do as parents to encourage sound men...

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Insight 1

The way we react to parenting situations is tied up to our own childhood.

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Remember yourself as a child.

Think about what makes you angry...

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Insight 2

Validate your child's feelings, even the irrational ones.

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Meet your child At their level.

Instead of flying off the handle to match your child's tantrums, come down to their l level and ask them. Ask them why they are and try to medi...

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Insight 3

There are things that we can do as parents to encourage sound mental health.

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Be engaged around your kid

These moments will pass you by if you are not careful, so relish every moment with your child. Put your phone away and turn your TV ...

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Understanding the science of parents and children can free people to focus on what is meaningful. It can make the experience of being a parent and having been a child more realistic and satisfying.

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