The Happy Child Guide

I've just come across an amazing parenting guide which I want to share with you, my friends and readers. I know first-hand of many parents who're at their wits end when dealing with unruly or disobedient children. Parents put in all the love and effort into raising happy, healthy well-behaved kids, but sometimes all our hard work can seem to be in vain.


Putting up with years of unwanted behaviour can lead to a very frustrated and bitter parent, and an increasingly badly-behaved offspring. This can even impact negatively on social skills and education. Happy Child Guide - How to Get Any Child To Stop Misbehaviour and Listen takes the parent on a step by step journey to address the root of the problem.

According to this programme, many parents try to address the fruit rather than the root of the problem, giving punishment or rewards for bad/good behaviour when we should be paying attention to the foundation and the causes of bad behaviour. It promises to teach parents how to spot the potential problem areas and arm them with information on how to teach respect - the key to raising a well-behaved child.

According to this programme, many parents encourage bad behaviour in many ways without being aware of it. If this is something that can work for your family, and you think that you and your child can benefit from this guide, Click Here! 


Icy BC July 28, 2010 at 4:32 PM  

Thanks for the info on the book, Anne! My children are grown, well except for JoJo, but they usually know when I'm going to nip them in shape!

DoanLegacy July 30, 2010 at 6:42 PM  

Thanks for pointing us to the book and link! Parents are so busy nowadays that they often give in to their child just for a moment of peace!

Self Sagacity August 1, 2010 at 1:47 AM  

I had my share of disobedience, so wonderful that you are posting this for parents in need. There is always something to learn.

Anne Lyken-Garner is a published author, editor and freelance writer. Her specialities include relationships and confidence building. You can find her inspirational memoir here.
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