The Confident Parent's Guide to Raising a Happy, Healthy & Successful Child Paperback – 10 April 2020
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"Read this book and you'll not only want to be a better parent, but you will be. Emma's techniques are amazing and ideal for any parent."
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Emma's thoughtful and confident approach is so supportive - like a hug in a book. And ideal for parents with kids of any age, and a great reference whenever you fall off the confident parent wagon.
I tend to stay away from 'self help' type books, especially of the parenting variety, because every child and parent is different and I've always felt it would be impossible to write a book that fits every family. This book proved me wrong! Rather than the normal judgmental tone from parenting books that resound with a matilda-esque 'I'm right and you're wrong, I'm big and you're small', this is written with so much love and understanding that it feels like a chat with your bestie over a cup of tea. Except your bestie also happens to be an expert on raising confident happy kids.
As a mum with ADHD, routine is something I've struggled with since day one. This book has helped me to understand the importance, not only of creating structure for my little ones but also of making time for myself, for fun and for our family. This is a game changer for me. Highly recommended!
It not only focuses on how we can help our children but on how we can have a better relationship with them and enjoy our time together as this is crucial to the development of our kids.
One of the things I really like about the book is that it explains concepts using examples and different scenarios which definitely makes you feel more confident in trying some or all of the advice. Emma also explains why parents need to have their own time and how important this is to be able to raise our children.