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What Great Parents Do – Another Giveaway!

 

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24 August, 2016

75Once in a while, a book comes along, written so well, that you wish you had been the one to write it. Such is the case with “What Great Parents Do: 75 Simple Strategies for Raising Kids Who Thrive.” by Erica Reischer, PhD. This new book offers you a way to improve your skills over time, it engages you in a way that a slick, try it, it will work strategy can’t. If you have ever worked with me or attended one of my presentations, you know that all change happens, over time when we focus our attention on one thing until we have mastered it.

Okay, here is a short list of what makes this book great.

  • You can start anywhere and improve your parenting.
  • It’s not really about changing your kids, but more about improving your skill set when it comes to parenting.
  • She includes research, common sense and years in the field to compile a thoughtful, well organized and relevant guide any parent can use if they want to improve their parenting skills and the relationship they have with their children.
  • You could take each chapter and work on refining your parenting skills or approach over the course of a week or a month.
  • Instead of jumping around trying to address bedtimes, sass, technology and so on, she offers parents insights into their mindsets, their responses and how making small changes can bring about big results.
  • The book helps parents understand children in new and clearer ways and breaks down old myths concerning kids and their behavior.
  • She uses science to back up her assertions so that parents don’t have to do all the heavy leg work themselves and can instead access what’s available and put it to good use immediately.
  • It is uplifting, realistic, full of possibility and inspiring.

Here’s the thing. I am a firm believer that we are all doing the best we can with the information we have. Sometimes we just need new information. I believe that we really all can be great parents and it doesn’t mean – we have to be turned into someone else. It just means we have a choice. Do we apply the new information or not?

This is a must for every new parent and for anyone already in the trenches with kids. So we are offering another giveaway. Comment below by midnight on Friday 8/26 and we’ll add your name in a drawing for a free book. Enjoy the end of your summer!

17 Comments
  1. Cassie Bell says:

    Awesome, I would love to read this book! Thanks Vicki and Jen! Cassie

  2. Serena Keeney-Horsch says:

    This looks amazing!!! I’m definitely going to look into checking it out of the library!!

  3. Cori Palladino says:

    I was just reading another article about this book this morning, and would love a copy to read. Thanks!

  4. Esther Chen says:

    I love all parenting tips from Vicki! Would love a book she recommends as well.

  5. Marie Buhtz says:

    Duct Tape Parenting showed me the parent I always wanted to be but didn’t know how, and Straight Talk gave us the practical steps. SO GOOD! I’d love to win this book as well. 🙂

  6. Diana Sullivan says:

    So much helpful information in each book, thanks for the chance to win a copy! Diana

  7. Charlotte Phillips says:

    This book sounds great! Practical and science based? Count me in!

  8. Sarah AW says:

    Just pulled out Straight Talk for a refresher as the kids head back to school. Had a fun conversation with my 8 year old about why I was reading that book. Thanks Vicki and Jen for all you do to share these amazing strategies with parents! 🙂

  9. Josclyn says:

    Sounds like a great book!

  10. Beverly Cadwallader says:

    I would love to read this book! I’m always looking for practical insights to improve my relationships with my two young sons!

  11. Sara berthiaume says:

    This book sounds amazing, thank you for the recommendation!

  12. Dawn says:

    This book sounds great!! I would love it.

  13. Raechelle says:

    I totally feel like the information I have isn’t enough as my three kids grow more complex each day.

  14. Jenn says:

    Checking our library now! We’d like to help set up our toddler and baby with good skills now and not be scrambling later. (Plus, anything to give us better tools to help with tantrums).

  15. Colleen Coppedge says:

    Would love to read this!

  16. Christine Schwartz says:

    Would LOVE a copy of this book!

  17. JenniferNault says:

    Congratulations Dawn! Your name was randomly selected (using miniwebtool.com/random-name-picker) as the winner of our free giveaway! I sent you an email so you could respond with your shipping address. I’ll send it asap!
    Again, thanks to everyone for participating!

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