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2.0 out of 5 stars
Disappointed that Pantley advocates time-out as punishment, 23 Mar. 2009
I loved "The No-Cry Sleep Solution" but was disappointed to see that Pantley advocates time-out in this book. Although she does have a lot of good insights into the child's motivation, and emphasises the importance of understanding how a situation feels for the child, her approach is behaviourist throughout. As I see time-out as a humiliating punishment with a purely behaviourist motivation, I don't feel that the "No-Cry" part of the title is warranted.
Nevertheless, if one can ignore the sections about time-out this book contains some good practical advice.