Laura Markham



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Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids...

4.25 avg rating — 4,584 ratings — published 2012 — 21 editions
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Peaceful Parent, Happy Sibl...

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Calm Parents, Happy Sibling...

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“Human beings weren't designed to handle the amount of stress our modern life loads on us, which makes it difficult to hear our natural parenting instincts. It's almost as if we're forced to parent in our spare time, after meeting the demands of work, commuting and household responsibilities.”
Laura Markham, Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids: How to Stop Yelling and Start Connecting

“Why is bedtime so hard for many families? Because the needs of parents and children clash. To parents, bedtime is the time they finally get to separate from their children and have a little time to themselves. To children, bedtime is the time they’re forced to separate from their parents and lie in the dark by themselves. On top of that, children are exhausted and wound up, and parents are exhausted and fed up. No wonder it’s the single most challenging time in most families.”
Laura Markham, Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids: How to Stop Yelling and Start Connecting

“Most parents think that if our child would just “behave,” we could maintain our composure as parents. The truth is that managing our own emotions and actions is what allows us to feel peaceful as parents. Ultimately we can’t control our children or the hand life deals them—but we can always control our own actions. Parenting isn’t about what our child does, but about how we respond.”
Laura Markham, Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids: How to Stop Yelling and Start Connecting

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