From a popular parenting blogger and the author of Positive Parenting, an interactive guide for any parent who wants to foster emotional connection in place of yelling, nagging, and power struggles
With just under one million Facebook followers for her Positive Parenting community, Rebecca Eanes has become a trusted voice among parents who are looking for a better way — hoping to dial down the drama, frustration, stress and resentment that’s all too common in our hectic times. This inspiring and inviting guide walks readers through the process of charting a new path, toward greater emotional awareness, clear communication, and even joyful moments in parenting (remember those?).
Filled with encouraging prompts and plenty of room to record your progress, this is a much-needed addition to the positive parenting shelf — and a companion to some of the most popular parenting guides on the market.
REBECCA EANES is the founder of Positive-Parents.org, creator of Positive Parenting: Toddlers and Beyond, and a contributing editor to Creative Child magazine. She is the author of Positive Parenting: an Essential Guide.
“In The Positive Parenting Workbook, Rebecca Eanes shows parents how to raise confident kids in an emotionally healthy home. Through relatable anecdotes and practical suggestions, Ms. Eanes guides us toward better relationships with our children. She establishes herself as a wise and confident leader—a wonderful example of the kind of parent we all want to be.” –Sarah MacLaughlin, author of What Not to Say
“The Positive Parenting Workbook is like walking with a gentle and steadfast friend who understands firsthand what comes with being a parent and who invites you to look at yourself in a courageous and vulnerable way. Based on sound attachment and developmental principles, the book takes parents through a reflective journey on all that comes with caring for our children. On every page the message is clear–the greatest gift we have to offer our kids is becoming the answer to their emotional and relational needs.” –Dr. Deborah MacNamara, author of Rest, Play, Grow: Making Sense of Preschoolers (or Anyone Who Acts Like One)