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Parent-Advisor Amazon Giveaway of the month

Welcome to this month’s Parent-Advior.com Giveaway

We hope you enjoy this helpful book about children’s healthy eating Raising a Healthy, Happy Eater: A Parent’s Handbook: A Stage-by-Stage Guide to Setting Your Child on the Path to Adventurous Eating

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by Karen F Chambre
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  • subscribe with your email address leave a comment and we will mail you the link. For people who have already subscribed, you will be getting an email about our amazon giveaway

  • The Amazon reviews for this book are pretty good. I have not read it myself but I think it would be worthwhile. In my opinion, anything I have read by Dr. Dan Siegel is informative.

    I’m not familiar with Tina Payne Bryson but I’m sure if she’s teamed up with Dr. Dan she must be top notch.

    I wish more parents understood the importance of developing a child’s mind. They learn so much in those first few years and it impacts the rest of their life.

  • Thanks for your opinion. I also enjoy Dr. Siegel’s research. It is so interesting to have been in the psychotherapy field for many years. In 1999 I was in a class. The consultant basically that there are 3 parts to therapy. First is insight, then people notice internally . Third people shift. This was a mystery. When I started to read about Daniel Siegel and neuroplasticity, it hit me over the head. The brain was really making little shifts which I have personally seen both with children and adults. It is so amazing to see the field develop.

  • Steve if you want you can send me your email address and I will send you the link to the giveaway if you like

  • This is a very interesting book. I’m not eligible for the contest, though. I checked out the first pages since I have a son who I’m homeschooling and I can relate with what I have read so far— that as parents, we need to ask ourselves which qualities we would like our children to develop. We must know what is important to us and be intentional in teaching those values and beliefs.

  • Thanks for the review. I agree with you very much. Books have to be right for the reader

  • Tell us what you think of Parenting: Illustrated with Crappy Pictures (Kindle Edition)

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