The Child Whisperer, The Ultimate Handbook for Raising Happy, Successful, and Cooperative Children
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vYou've been there—feeling helpless, clueless, when a child you love totally bewilders you.
Maybe it's the tantrum at the store, or the hour-long bedtime battle, or the head-scratcher of getting your child to eat veggies. You wonder what on Earth to do, so you get advice, read books, watch videos, ask the internet. And still, something's missing.
You need a plan that addresses your child's needs, not everyone else's. Why couldn't children come with a handbook?
Turns out, children are born with a handbook—they are the handbook.
In The Child Whisperer, bestselling author Carol Tuttle explains that children tell their parents every day exactly how they need to be parented. They tell their teachers exactly how they need to be taught. Children are trying Publish Year note: First published in 2012
to tell adults who they are so they can be recognized and treated in a way that honors them uniquely.
The Child Whisperer reveals that the key to raising happy, healthy, cooperative children lies in understanding and responding to a child's inner nature.
Children's true natures are written in the shape of their faces and expressed daily in their appearance, body language, tone of voice, and choice of words. Your child's unique laugh, cry, joys, worries, and even tantrums speak volumes about they type of parenting they need. And you'll learn exactly how to offer it by reading The Child Whisperer.
This simple but unique approach actually makes parenting more intuitive, fun, cooperative, and most importantly—customized to your individual child.
The Child Whisperer will give you the tools to:
- Have a happier, more cooperative child, using less discipline
- Foster more confidence and natural success in your child
- Repair trouble parent/teen relationships
- Reconnect with your adult children
The Child Whisperer teaches how to read unsaid clues that children naturally give every day, and shows how parenting, teaching, coaching, and mentoring children can be an even more intuitive, cooperative experience than ever.
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home. I agree that this is a concern and I don’t support any Type of young child venturing out on their own without checking in with their parent. I do feel strongly that discipline to punish the girl in this situation would not be helpful, as this child had no ill intent or rebellious drive behind her choice. She honestly felt confident that she could find her friend’s house and took the challenge upon herself to prove it. Here is how I would respond to this Type 3 little girl’s
experiences with you: They feel that you always tell them “No.” They feel too stifled or limited when they are around you. They do not experience enough physical activities together with you. They feel like you talk about what you will do, but never just do it. They are confused about who they are because their natural, physical expression has been judged by their parent as a weakness. Type 3 children don’t just prefer physical outlets for their
am not saying that we should allow children to do whatever they want, whenever they feel like it. I am not saying that we shouldn’t bother teaching our children social skills or appropriate boundaries. As parents, we have an extraordinary responsibility to guide and to teach. What I am saying is that we need to reevaluate the expectations behind our guidance and our teaching. Why do we really place certain expectations on our children, especially in social situations? How much do our
to feel cozy in. They may also feel stressed if there is too much loud noise, like TV shows that have intense background music, or even quarreling parents or siblings. As they grow, these children do not have a natural tendency to speak up for what they need. So as they develop, they can whine, fuss, and get moody if they feel their needs are not heard. Child Whisperer Tip: Lucky for you, most items in the baby world are comfy and soft, which will support your Type 2 baby in feeling