Description - Seven Secrets Of Successful Parenting by Georgia Coleridge
The Breakthrough Guide on How to be a Better Parent Do you worry about your child s behaviour? Do you ever nag or shout and wish you hadn t? Do you give in to your child to avoid confrontation? Do you struggle to get cooperation without a fuss? Do you feel anxious that your child is unhappy or falling behind at school? Or do you simply long for a happier home? n this unique guide Karen Doherty and Georgia Coleridge put the fun back into family life by revealing powerful yet simple solutions to virtually every parenting problem. And with eight children between them, there aren t too many difficulties they haven t encountered. acked with masses of groundbreaking, original material, cutting-edge advice from professionals, and dozens of real-life stories from parents who ve battled through the toughest of times and survived, this brilliant book holds the key to solving everyday problems. As Karen and Georgia identify SEVEN unique parenting styles and lead you to discover the one that works best for you, they also help you to ditch the guilt * build on your strengths * boost your confidence * feel inspired to try new and innovative ideas Practical, reassuring and burs
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Author Biography - Georgia Coleridge
Karen Doherty is the mother of three girls and a boy. Before having children - four of them in five years - she worked at American television networks CNBC and NBC as a news journalist and producer. She did her undergraduate degree at the University of Southern California, then an MPhil in Management at Magdalen College, Oxford. She lives with her family in London. Georgia Coleridge is the mother of three boys and a girl. She is the Children's Book Editor of the Daily Mail and has been a reviewer for more than 20 years. She has worked at You magazine and The Spectator and is also a contributor to Radio 4's Front Row. She studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Oxford, and lives with her family in London.