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Happy Parents Happy Kids Parenting Without Anxiety, Guilt, Or Feeling Overwhelmed Happy Parents Happy Kids Is The Ultimate No Guilt Guide To Boosting Your Enjoyment Of Parenting While At The Same Time Maximizing The Health And Happiness Of Your Entire Family You Can Find Ways To Take Care Of Yourself While You Re Busy Raising A Family Just As You Can Choose To Use Parenting Strategies That Work For You And Your Kids This Practical And Encouraging Book Will Help You Discover What Less Stressed Out Parents Know About Minimizing The Fallout From Work Life Imbalance To Say Nothing Of All The Other Things Our Generation Of Parents Can T Help But Feel Anxious About Tackle The Challenges Of Distracted Parenting In A Way That Helps Kids To Develop Healthy Relationships With Technology Balance Your Hopes And Dreams For Your Children With The Demands Of The Rest Of Your Life Manage Screen Time For Your Whole Family With Simple And Effective Strategies Learn Mindfulness Strategies That Can Make Parenting Easier And Can Be Effortlessly Worked Into Your Daily Life Live Healthier Including A Crash Course On The Science Of Habit Change Become A Calmer And Confident Parent So That You Can Stop Feeling Bad And Raise Astonishingly Great KidsThe Takeaway Message Is Clear, Powerful, And Potentially Life Changing You Can Lose The Guilt, Embrace The Joy, And Thrive Alongside Your Kids.

  • Paperback
  • 320 pages
  • Happy Parents Happy Kids
  • Ann Douglas
  • English
  • 05 February 2019
  • 9781443425759

About the Author: Ann Douglas

Ann Douglas sparks conversations that matter about parenting and mental health She is a bestselling parenting book author and the weekend parenting columnist for CBC Radio In February 2019, HarperCollins Canada published her brand new book,



10 thoughts on “Happy Parents Happy Kids

  1. says:

    It is like having a big cup of tea with a dear friend The Mother of All has done it again I found myself highlighting and nodding constantly through out the book This is a book for parents at any stage of the journey Thank you, Ann

  2. says:

    Every parent needs to read this book As with many other parents, Ann Douglas has been a guiding light in my journey as a Mom Of all her informative and helpful books, Happy Parents, Happy Kids is my favorite Ann s research affirms the universal challenges parents face and the societal pressures that aggravate those issues Best of all, this book gives parents hope that they can make changes to ease the financial, scheduling, and other other burdens of raising children And Ann gives parents permission to take care of their own happiness and well being which, in turn, fosters happy kids Whether parents are juggling screen time or bedtime or time for self care, most of all, Ann reminds us to do the best we can, even if our best is just okay on a give...

  3. says:

    I could say that am biased because I love Ann and I contributed a thought or two to this book, but years before I ever knew her, I counted on Ann for pregnancy and parenting advice, and her wisdom, practicality and clarity continues here I have to read books like this in small parcels because I want to actually absorb and remember the advice I am being given this book is so dense with truth, comfort and practical solutions that I actually stopped tabbing the sections I wanted to remember to go back to because the entire book would be stuck with bright flags That is the gift of Ann s writing style and why Canadian parents have relied on her since the first inkling of impending parenthood entered our thoughts When you read this, or any of Ann s books, you first and foremost feel seen, so the loneliness that accompanies the challenging and even the great parts of parenthood dissolve quickly From there ...

  4. says:

    Appreciated the focus on Canadian data helped me learn my new country a bit better.Very broad overview, with strategies woven in at end of chapters mostly Lots of stories from individuals mostly women.

  5. says:

    Worth your time if you re feeling stuck in parenting in any way butsadly, not as many concrete solutions as I d like.

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