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Copyright Dedication Acknowledgments INTRODUCTION It's Time to Stop Losing Your Shit The truth about parental shit loss You can get it together It's not your ...
'Funny, honest and most importantly really, really useful.' - Helen McGinn, author of The Knackered Mother's Wine Club So, you're losing your sh*t with your kids. You scream, you shout, you snap at them. You're cranky and irritable more often than you'd like to admit. You know how you want to parent; you want to be a calmer, more rational and intentional parent, but no matter how hard you try, you can't help it. You keep losing your sh*t. Just remember: YOU ARE NOT A BAD PARENT. How to Stop Losing Your Sh*t With Your Kids is as honest and compassionate as it is pragmatic about helping you work through your sh*t to be a more present and positive parent. Increasingly relevant to today's parents, who are more overloaded, overwhelmed, and overworked than ever before, Carla Naumburg has the antidote to the feelings of complete despair and rage. How to Stop Losing Your Sh*t With Your Kids is a simple, accessible and humorous guide to more effective and mindful parenting.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-09-05 - Publisher: Hachette UK
'Funny, honest and most importantly really, really useful.' - Helen McGinn, author of The Knackered Mother's Wine Club So, you're losing your sh*t with your kids. You scream, you shout, you snap at them. You're cranky and irritable more often than you'd like to admit. You know how you want
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-06-04 - Publisher: Gallery Books
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