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18 Responses to Giveaway: Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids by Dr. Laura Markham of Aha Parenting — $10 ARV CLOSED

  1. Sarah Ericson

    I am a mom of 3, and there are days where it seems like all I do is raise my voice or yell. I am so tired of that. I have read RAising your Spirited Child and Easy to Love, Difficult to Discipline. I gained many tools to help me but I feel like there is more, that I am missing. Maybe this book has it?

  2. Lena  

    I’m a reader auf Laura’s Newsletter and love her tipps and ideas for oartenting!

  3. Erynne M.  

    Apparently, I need to take care of me before I can manage to not fall apart taking care of my kids. Who knew?! 😛

  4. Lori G.

    I have 6 children and newly pregnant with our 7th. There will be an 11 yr gap between this new one and my last. When I get stressed, I yell. By reading and implementing what is in this book, I can change that. I need to change this!

  5. martine

    How to spoke to my 4YO without yealling!

  6. Susie

    I learned empathy without limits is permissive parenting. I would also love to learn about “coaching instead of controlling.”

  7. Lilly

    I love the “not trying to CONTROL your child” idea… definitely something I can learn from this book.

  8. Amy G  

    I’ve followed Dr. Laura since having my 20month old, and learned so much! But, I still would love to read to book to improve my ability to regulate my own emotions.

  9. Jacqueline  

    I was raised in a family with lots of yelling, and I want to do better for my own child… but I have trouble staying level-headed at times and I end up walking away from the situation a lot. I’m hoping this book can help me parent my child with gentleness.

  10. Megan  

    I love Dr. Laura! Her distinction between authoritarian and permissive parenting really gave us something to hold onto as first-time parents and I cannot wait to read this book!

  11. Deborah M

    I watched the video, and it seems I need to be more empathetic. I need this book. I seem to be short tempered with my daughter, and her perception is that I yell at her every day. 🙁

  12. Diane K

    “Looking after yourself and regulating your own emotions” … uh-oh, I think she’s talking to me!! So hard to change ingrained habits, I’m happy to accept all the help this book has to give me ;-D

  13. Angeliina Lawson  

    Looking after yourself is something I forget to do. I think having the book can be something to relate to and have as a resource

  14. Vidya Sury  

    I am a big fan of Dr.Laura’s and a subscriber to her site for a while now. I believe in gentle, loving parenting and often speak to parents struggling with keeping their cool with their young kids. I would love a copy of this book to treasure and learn from. Thanks!

  15. Valerie fox

    Hi I’m so glad I have come across this resource. I’m current in the process of realising my need to self regulate around my two children, so this book would be great. Also I loved the idea of coaching my children, sometimes I manage this well and can see the benefits of this skill. So I’d love to learn more about it. Thank you for your wisdom.

  16. Morgan

    My 27-month old daughter is really ramping it up with tantrums lately and I think both my husband and I would benefit from focusing on reconnecting rather than slipping into a controlling standoff (hello, carseat refusal?).

  17. Jennifer  

    Would love this book because my husband and I are struggling with the two older kids listening to us. I learned on the short video intro about the marriage of empathy and limitations. I know children need boundaries but how to do that without seeming like you are trying to control them? Looking for some fresh insight.

  18. jennifer

    I am a mom of an incredibly busy and sensitive boy. I have been the primary parent as my partner works and money is tight (I stopped working to raise our son) so help is not an option (no family close by either). I’ve also recently lost my mom and it has brought up a lot ‘of stuff’…I am not usually one to yell, but every now and again, I do…I’m always looking for suggestions and ideas on how to be the best parent I can be. Thank you!