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Yell Less, Love More: A 30-Day Guide That Includes: ~100 Alternatives to Yelling ~Simple, Daily Steps to Follow ~Honest Stories to Inspire Paperback – 20 Nov 2014

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  • Paperback: 208 pages
  • Publisher: Fair Winds Press (20 Nov. 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1592336337
  • ISBN-13: 978-1592336333
  • Product Dimensions: 16.5 x 1.3 x 23.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 180,264 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"An absolute MUST read for all parents. Sheila's friendly, honest voice is like a dear friend helping you through and cheering you on!" --"- Melissa Kaye, co-founder of Mommy Business (mommybusiness.net)"

About the Author

SHEILA MCCRAITH, also known as The Orange RhinoTM (www.theorangerhino.com), is a stay-at-home mom to four boys, all under the age of 7. She began the Orange Rhino blog in 2012, using her strategic marketing background to help identify ways to help parents keep their cool and yell less. She has been featured in the Huffington Post, Parents magazine,Babycenter.com, Mothering.com, Everydayfamily.com, and more.
http://www. theorangerhino.com


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A great book, full of wonderful ideas to help you bite your tongue. It is such an easy habit to get into yelling at your children. The book is full of colours and handy little summaries and tips. There is also an online community to help you with your progress in this book. I have read several parenting books but this one was very honest and refreshing and definitely one of the best. The author shares several honest accounts of her own struggles. I would recommend this to any parent who struggle with getting angry at their children sometimes.
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I have read a small part of these & it all really makes sense. Thank you x
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4.0 out of 5 stars An empowering story of overcoming yourself to love more 1 Dec. 2015
By Matisse - Published on Amazon.com
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Approachable, engaging, compassionate. These three words sum up this book. It's a thin book that is designed to be read in 5 minute segments daily for a month. At the end of the month, you should have a handle on your yelling. Sheila is raw and honest, sharing stories and situations many would be too ashamed to admit. By sharing her battle and challenge with yelling with us, she inspires and encourages, and leaves you with a sense that Yes You Can: You can Yell less, Love More.

This isn't a book about discipline. This is a book about changing your own fundamental make-up, forcing you to accept and embrace that yelling is really about you, not them. By shifting the locus of control to the self, by admitting what you can't control or change, you can be empowered to spark the changes that can and will lead you to Yelling Less and Loving more. It will also force you to problem solve your environment, learning how to prevent, prevent, prevent.

My only con for this book is the con of all books on parenting: if parents had the proper care and feeding they need, proper self-care and me time,if parenting didn't require that you run on an empty tank, many of the problems parents face (like yelling) wouldn't exist. If we had enough helping hands around, most of us wouldn't find ourselves beyond frustrated, beyond capacity, beyond ability to just love. Sheila does a fairly good job in helping you find self-care approaches to get to loving more, but I wish there was a more explicit and honest admission: life with young kids can be a living hell of exhaustion that can even lead the most gentle of spirits to yell. As kids get older, it does get easier. Sometimes time itself is necessary for the yelling Less and loving more to become a true reality.

I say this because I first found The orange Rhino blog when I was pregnant with my third child. My other kids were 4 and under, and I was one exhausted momma. I tried her online challenge but I did not have the strength, energy or time. I was so far on empty that real change wasn't possible. I then tried her book challenge when the book came out. I had a newborn at home. Sleep? what's that? Me with no sleep is not a pretty picture. Remember those anti-drug commercials from the 90s that said,"this is your brain, your brain on drugs" and then showed a cracked egg in a pan? Well, that's me with no sleep: all broken apart, barely functioning. I didn't have 5 minutes in the morning to read the book. I didn't have 10 minutes to then work on triggers. I did work on not yelling, and I was mostly good (save for when I PMS'd or was going crazy due to lack of sleep), but I didn't have the proper headspace to commit to a full fledged no yell challenge.

Flash forward. My youngest is now 2.5. I am getting sleep. i am exercising consistently. I am going out with friends. I finally have the time and space necessary to do the self-work required to Yell Less and Love more.

This is my long-rounded way of saying, this book will help you learn to Yell Less and Love more, but it can only do so much. Environmental conditions (not having chemical and hormonal fluctuations due to sleep deprivation, for instance) need to be such that you can change. But this book also shows you that change is possible, that you can indeed Yell Less,Love More, and it's a practical, easily accessible guide in doing so.
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Orange Rhino is a "mommy whisperer"! 12 Dec. 2014
By Tootles - Published on Amazon.com
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Amazing resource for loving more and yelling less - makes a daunting, shamefull problem into a manageable goal with a plan - and it works! Sheila a.k.a. the Orange Rhino shares her humanness, her mistakes, her honest self awareness. Her journey is an inspiration! She has helped me realize that much of the time, my kids are just being kids and I am the one who needs more discipline as a parent. But not because I'm a bad parent - rather because I'm a good, loving parent who needs to learn about how to love more and yell less! Sheila has helped me forgive myself and just keep trying, one day at a time. I feel like the Orange Rhino is a "mommy whisperer" - she sits on my shoulder and offers me guidance and support all day long! And, I can read her book cover to cover, or use the table of contents, or open to any page depending on my mood and needs in the moment and I'll get helpful suggestions and support! Definitely one of the best inspirational parenting books of 2014 with two special bonuses: it isn't just for parents, but also for grandparents, teachers, etc. and it isn't just about yelling less - it is about loving more in all relationships, particularly the ones that are challenging and mean the most to us. Having read this book, I am definitely having more "Orange Rhino Moments" of yelling less and loving more.
15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An Inspiring and Realistic Program for the Busy Parent Who Wants to “Yell Less, Love More” 12 Nov. 2014
By Anonymous - Published on Amazon.com
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As a mother of four young boys, Sheila McCraith found herself becoming the parent she never wanted to be: one who privately struggled with yelling at her own children. After a humiliating experience where she was overheard by another adult during a yelling episode, McCraith started her journey to becoming an Orange Rhino by starting her own personal 365-day challenge to stop yelling at her children. Along the way, she documented her experiences, personal revelations, and strategies on her internet blog titled “The Orange Rhino Challenge, My 365-Day Challenge to Yell Less and Love More.” McCraith developed the Orange Rhino as a symbol for her challenge; she explains that a rhino is a peaceful animal that, when provoked, displays aggressive behavior and charges. The color orange, symbolized warm and loving energy. On her blog, as well as in her book, McCraith provides many examples of how she uses the color orange as a visual reminder to curb her yelling and to use appropriate coping strategies. The blog took a life of its own as it resonated with many parents who found themselves struggling to curb their own yelling issues. This led McCraith to writing a book that offers struggling parents a doable 30-day program that offers realistic strategies on coping with anger and stress while parenting their children.

McCraith’s book, “Yell Less, Love More” is not a thick novel that parents have to spend hours poring through before considering a program with the goal of yelling less at their children and building better, loving, and positive relationships with them. An approximately 200-page book, it is laid out in an easy to read format with chapters broken down into daily sections that are not long; averaging about four pages, which is perfect for the parent who can spare five to ten minutes to read per day. Each section has a theme of the day, starting with a personal experience provided by McCraith that most parents will certainly relate to, and the section ends with the day’s revelations that provide a way for the parent to become more aware of their own anger issues and reactions. In addition to providing revelations at the end of each section, McCraith also provides action strategies, and tips of the day for the parent to use in order to develop better anger management and coping skills. In various sections, McCraith provides opportunities for the parent to journal their thoughts, feelings, and emotions as well as trigger tracking sheets at the end of the book. The book’s pages are attractive and colorful in fuchsia and two shades of orange which is consistent with McCraith’s Orange Rhino symbol.

Instead of doing McCraith’s daunting 365-day challenge, this book offers a flexible 30-day program that the parent can use as a guide. The program is flexible; the parent can choose to proceed with it however they want. They can reset the yell counter back to Day Zero if they yell OR just stop the counter on the day they yelled and restart after a successful day. Also, it does not have to be a rigid 30-day program; some parents can just read through the book or just review the revelations, action strategies, and tips at the end of each section to gain ideas of how to manage their anger and stress. Other parents can choose to read each section on a daily basis if they want to follow a structured 30-day program.

I discovered McCraith’s blog through another parenting self-help blog and as a parent who struggled daily to curb the yelling, I was immediately inspired by the personal experiences that she shared as well as the strategies she used to yell less. As I read about her experiences and sharing of her own painful emotions when yelling at her children, I felt like I was reading about myself. The various revelations she provided at the end of each section were common sense observations which resonated with me, especially the revelation she made about parents who tend to avoid yelling at their children in public because there was an audience watching, but the most important audience were the ones inside of our very homes: our children who are the very things we love the most. We are their role models and we need to show them appropriate behaviors that we want them to use. I believe many parents will find this an easy book to relate to and be able to use many of the easy, common sense strategies and tips that are offered to help them “Yell Less, Love More.”
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Yell less, fight less, blame less ... love more! Love it! 7 Nov. 2014
By mv_shark - Published on Amazon.com
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Great book!

It's funny, I like to think I never scream(ed) at my kids but I have to admit I found the Orange Rhino at a time I was desperate to figure out why my 4 year old had such a bad attitude. Well, snarky kid behavior can come from a lot of triggers but I have to admit the behavior I was dealing with was from my own snarky cues. We had a constant battle, for example in the morning, when I was somehow surprised (!), yes, every day, that my preschooler needed more time and more support to get ready than I was giving. So, every day, I would get frustrated, get mad and, in so many ways, suggest (often not so subtly) that it was all her fault we were late.

Really? Um, I'm the adult here. I'm embarrassed how long it took to figure that out!

Yell Less, Love More is a great mantra and a great book. The Orange Rhino puts it out there - just like she does on her blog - and shares authentic stories and lessons that can help us all be better parents. Yep, it's all the lessons I want my kids to learn (take a deep breath, imagine the other person's perspective, deal with misunderstanding, remain calm in a crisis, etc.) ... that I needed to hear. Bravo!

Buying another copy today for a friend :).
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Life changing! 11 Dec. 2014
By Ericka - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is totally changing my life. This is one that I will be reading again and using to challenge myself more and more to be the parent I want to be.
What's even better is that this isn't one of those books where the author just lectures to you. This is a book where the author is literally opening her private screw ups and mistakes and using what she's learned to help other parents to be encouraged: if she can do it then we can too!!
It is so great to just know you're not alone. Seeing how someone else dealt with the same things you struggle with is so heartwarming. Parenting this days starts feeling like something you are doing on your own and everyone else seems to be doing it so perfectly. So refreshing to have help from someone who is just like me!
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