When it comes to parenting, there’s no such thing as a perfect person. Many families have problems that make it hard to be a good parent. This is only getting worse for a lot of people because of the global pandemic.
Resources like books written by people who are experts in their field can help stressed parents who are having a hard time. The following are some of the best books for talking about things like sleep, emotions, potty training, and so on.
Best parenting books to add to your list are as follows:
The Whole-Brain Child, by Daniel J. Siegel and Tina Payne Bryson
Why do kids throw tantrums, cry uncontrollably, or lash out for no reason at all? “The Whole Brain Child” is written by a neuropsychiatrist and a parenting expert. It explains why our kids have big emotions and gives advice on how to deal with them.
Precious Little Sleep, by Alexis Dubief
If you’re fed up with your child not getting enough sleep, this book could be the answer. Alexis Dubief, a sleep expert, talks about the hot topic with humour and evidence-based strategies. Newborn sleep, healthy napping, weaning from overnight feeds, and toddler and preschool sleep problems are all covered in this book. As a bonus, the book comes with both an audio podcast of the same name as well as a popular Facebook group where the author and parents share tips and advice with each other.
Raising Good Humans, by Hannah Clarke-Fields
It’s important for you to teach your kids to be kind and loving, but it’s not easy. This book gives parents advice on how to calm their own stress so they can show their kids respectful communication, conflict resolution, and listening skills.
The Danish Way of Parenting, by Jessica Joelle Alexander
Some people say that the Danes are some of the happiest people in the world, and they raise happy, confident kids because of that. So, what do the people of Denmark know that we don’t know about them? Find out how to be a better parent by studying the six principles, which include play, empathy, reframing, and togetherness.
The Complete Guide to Potty Training, by Michelle D. Swaney
Struggling to get your child to go to the bathroom? Or maybe you don’t know how to start. This guide has everything you need. To help parents figure out which method works best for their family, author Michelle D. Swaney says parents should embrace their own “potty personality.” It talks about things like fear of the toilet and unhelpful siblings, as well as how to train kids who have special needs, in a realistic way.
The Co-Parenting Handbook, by Karen Bonnell and Kristin Little
Even if a divorce is amicable, it can still be hard for both parents and their children to deal with. As your marriage ends, you’ll have to learn how to co-parent with your ex-spouse. “The Co-Parenting Handbook,” written by two divorce and co-parenting coaches, is meant to help families who are having trouble setting boundaries and rules after a divorce. The book also gives advice on how to deal with children’s emotions after they have been separated.
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