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love the book , i wish i founf about it earlier when my first one was only a baby , but anyways I am happy to be part of it now :)Published 7 months ago by silvie
For too long now I feel parenting books have avoided telling parents they need to take responsibility and look at their own baggage in order to be the best they can be. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Tanith Carey, author of Taming the Tiger Parent
It's a really good book but honestly a little bit guilt inducing. Unless you have no children/tiny babies you will probably have done something wrong and deeply scarring. Read morePublished 11 months ago by puppetsal
This book gives you a totally different prospective of the parenting theories , highly recommended where all the other theories have failedPublished 11 months ago by serena
Heart breaking in a way that heals. Not only has it improved my parenting skills exponentially but has helped me understand and forgive my parents for all of their mistakes. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Alex McKinney
Brilliant! I wish someone gave me a copy when my children were young. Nevermind my grand children will benefit.
Thank you Naomi Aldort for thid wondeful gift.
Taken me a while to get into this, but now finding it full of valuable advice. Would reccommend, though you need to really absorb it - lots of food for thought.Published 23 months ago by A. Davis
This book is mind opening. I reread it several times and lend it to many people so far. It teaches what is our true role with our children.Published on 25 May 2013 by Ellen