Have you read No Drama Discipline? There's a reason this book is a best seller and available in over 30 languages. A few reasons this is one of my favourites...
👉🏼it is all about calmly connecting with your child in challenging moments
👉🏼it encourages us as parents to reflect on how we think, feel, and react to difficult behaviours
👉🏼it discusses discipline as a positive practice that helps our kids develop life skills and resilience for the future 👉🏼it talks about practical strategies to help move your child from their reactive, irrational brain, to their calm, thinking brain
👉🏼it uses tons of examples and graphics to illustrate each concept
👉🏼it recognizes that parents mess up and can never be perfect. At the end of the book each of the authors tells a story of an epic parenting fail they experienced with their own kids. 📖
If you've read this one, what did you like (or dislike) about it? If you haven't read it, do you have another favourite parenting book or go-to strategy you love?