Effective Disciplining

This authors of this parenting guide approached me to do some ‘affiliate marketing’ (aka sell their ebook for them), and while normally I do not put any advertisement or use my blog for commercial purposes, in this case I like their child rearing philosophy so much, and it has been so helpful to me, that I have decided to support them.

I love their democratic and loving approach; their methods for finding and treating the reason for disciplinary issues. We all mean well while raising our children, and most of us have a philosophy, but it’s the tools that we are missing to use on a day to day basis. And this guide gives them to you. I have always found it hard to find a middle ground between authoritarian and permissive parenting. But this guide shows you , that the goal is not to find that middle ground, but a different method altogether – a method of a democratic approach where children have their own rights, responsabilities and voice.

http://amyfox.childbrain.hop.clickbank.net

If you do end up getting this guide, please do come back and tell us what you think.


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2 Comments

  1. amyfoxwell said,

    January 24, 2011 at 9:13 am

    Try clicking through the link under ‘Our pick’, it should take you to their website where you can get more info.

  2. isabelle said,

    January 24, 2011 at 9:01 am

    Hi … can you mention the name of the author please ?
    I don’t seem to be able to navigate from clicking on the link & and the picture is too small for reading it & I’d like to read more reviews at other places too …..
    TIA


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