Little People, Big Feelings

Cover Art for 9781761266591, Little People, Big Feelings by Genevieve Muir
ISBN: 9781761266591
Publisher: Macmillan Australia
Published: 30 January, 2024
Format: Trade Paperback
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Parenting expert and mother-of-four Gen Muir has helped thousands of families to navigate strong emotions and challenging behaviour in young kids. In Little People, Big Feelings, she shares her tried-and-tested techniques that work to build genuine connection, establish effective boundaries and develop emotional resilience that will last a lifetime. Reassuring, compassionate and relatable, this book will help you through some of the most difficult moments of parenting - public meltdowns, bedtime struggles, school refusal, new sibling rivalry - without losing your own mind or quashing your child's spirit. Using stories, scripts and step-by-steps, Gen reveals how to communicate so your child can hear you, and how to welcome your child's emotions in order to help them regulate. You'll also learn: · Why setting firm and kind limits is essential for making our kids feel safe. · Why traditional approaches like timeouts, reward charts and a focus on praise or punishment aren't effective for long-term behaviour change. · Why understanding our own response to our kids' feelings is the key to becoming the parent we want to be. · And why it's so important to show ourselves self-compassion when raising little people with big feelings.

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