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Blog Tour Wrap-Up; Be A Happier Parent with NLP


Be A Happier Parent with NLP By Judy Bartkowiak

Be A Happier Parent with NLP “Be A Happier Parent with NLP” gives you the skills you need to raise a confident, secure child in a confident and secure manner. The book uses the tried, trusted and proven techniques of neuro-linguistic programming to help tackle areas in which you may feel you lack confidence as a parent, while at the same time giving you the skills to help your child be happy, fulfilled and confident him- or herself. You’ll find yourself feeling less guilty, more in control, and communicating better with your child–at the same time be able to support your child in difficult situations and help him or her grow into a well-rounded adult.

Includes: Personal insights from the author’s many years of experience of working with children Practical exercises to help you engage with the book and act on what you learn One, five and ten-minute introductions to key principles to get you started Lots of instant help with common problems and quick tips for success, based on the authors’ many years of experience Tests in the book and online to keep track of your progress Quick refreshers to help you remember the key facts.

Goodreads. Amazon UK.

Tour Posts

Tales of Yesterday – Guest Post
Turnip Surprise – Review
A Daydreamer’s Thoughts – Guest Post
Being Tilly’s Mummy – Guest Post
Confessions of a Single Parent Pessimist – Review
Mother Distracted – Guest Post and Review
Live Otherwise – Review
Hannah Spannah Coco Banana – Review
3 Princesses and 1 Dude – Review
Poolemamma Blogs – Review

Review Quotes

“The book turned out to be really easy to follow and actually very enlightening.” – Jem at Turnip Surprise.

“It’s given me some great tips on how to manage myself when my son is having a preschooler meltdown, because I find these particularly difficult on days I’ve not had much sleep or have a lot of stressful things going on!” – Claire at Confessions of a Single Parent Pessimist

“This is a book to be kept as a useful reference for times when the usual responses to stressful situations just don’t work (yelling, anyone?) and I really recommend you take a look.” – Linda at Mother Distracted.

“As you can see, I’ve already found food for thought in this book, and I hope you will do the same.” – Jax at Live Otherwise.

“It took me a couple of chapters to get into the book and to enjoy it but I found the advice and techniques useful and will reference it often. I found that it offered insight to situations that I find myself in with my son and where I can make positive change.” – Hannah at Hannah Spannah Coco Banana

“I am really looking forward to working my way through the book and becoming a happier parent.” – Becky at 3 Princesses and 1 Dude.

“I have really enjoyed reading this book and have taken a lot from it, I admit that I wont be sticking to it 100% but I`d say 90% of the time!! I have definitely seen a difference in the boys since using this book and would highly recommend it to any parent friends.” – Jeni at Poolemamma Blogs.

A Big Thank-You

And lastly I want to just say a big thank you to all of the bloggers that participated in this tour. All the reviews were really fantastic, it all went smoothly and was a complete success that couldn’t have been done without you!