“Your Happy Child – 10 Proven Steps to Raising a Happy Child” is an indispensable guide for parents looking for a more gentle and effective way to shape their relationship with their children and understand and most importantly manage their child’s behaviour.
“Your Happy Child – 10 Proven Steps to Raising a Happy Child” is different – it isn’t a label for a defined set of rules but a method of parenting that embraces the needs of both parent and child, while being mindful of current science and child psychology. It means parenting with empathy, respect, understanding – and boundaries.
“Your Happy Child – 10 Proven Steps to Raising a Happy Child” will help parents to understand why their child acts in the way that they do, how they can get their child to listen to them and how to get them to behave in more appropriate ways, both now and in the future.
No other book on the market concentrates on providing help for parents facing a breakdown in their relationships with their children. Most focus only on advice into very small issues, meaning parents have to buy several books as their child grows and their problems change. Others focus on behavioural methods not backed by modern science. This is an all-encompassing reference book that helps you through the various stages of family life with step-by step advice and guidance.
This new book from Usha Chudasama is an indispensable guide for parents no matter what issues they are facing with their children from day one. This book provides extensive scientific and subjective information with gentle suggestions to help you repair and build bridges at home no matter how large or small. These suggestions don’t involve a lecture in how you should be parenting but are simply a demonstration of the joy which can result from understanding your children, seeing things from their point of view, and then gently nudging them towards maturity by working together as a family.
Usha says “I want to help parents raise children with confidence, self-reliance, self-esteem and who can achieve their full potential. I teach very practical skills to encourage cooperation, ensure good relationships between parent and child and manage challenging behaviour”.