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Crescent Connection
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Lafayette/Nola
Member since Jun 2008
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Best parenting book for young kids/toddlers
Anyone have recommendations on a book or 2 to help with raising young kids? Find myself yelling at my 7 and 2 year old, and I want to stop that habit.


sertorius
LSU Fan
Asheville
Member since Oct 2008
1055 posts

re: Best parenting book for young kids/toddlers
My wife and I have used this as a reference from time to time. We have a "headstrong" eight year-old. I will say that yelling is never effective. A bit of fear doesn't hurt, but anger usually just teaches our young man how to be angry. Best of luck. Seeking some help is the best way to proceed. For me, patience is the key. After all, water carves up rock, given time.


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LSUA 75
LSU Fan
Colfax,La.
Member since Jan 2019
450 posts

re: Best parenting book for young kids/toddlers
You don’t necessarily need any books,just cultivate patience.Lot of pressure on young parents-job,commute,bills,in-laws,etc.so don’t beat yourself up,it sounds like your heart is in the right place.Just get your head in the game.Before you holler,count to 10,learn to tune out a lot of the kid nonsense.A lot of stuff you can learn to ignore,
It takes a tremendous amount of patience to be a parent,also some kids are more difficult than others.
One trap some parents fall into is they don’t show the kids enough attention so they act out to get attention.To many kids negative attention is better than no attention.


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DLSWVA
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SW Virginia via Baton Rouge
Member since Nov 2012
426 posts

re: Best parenting book for young kids/toddlers
I found No-Drama Discipline to be pretty helpful.


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