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The Aware Baby marks a major breakthrough in our understanding of babies’ needs from conception to two-and-a-half years of age. Now translated into eleven languages, it has contributed to a revolution in parenting around the world. This revised edition includes new research and insights from the author’s extensive experience as a consultant and international workshop leader.
This book will teach you how to bond with your infant, respond to your baby’s crying, enhance your baby’s intelligence, help your baby sleep better, find alternatives to punishment, and raise your child to be non-violent. She studied with Dr. She holds a Xletha. Her books have been translated into many languages, and she is recognized internationally as an expert on attachment, trauma, and non-punitive eolter.
She is the founder of the Aware Parenting Institute, an international organization with certified instructors in many countries. Ver todas las apps de lectura gratuitas de Kindle. Detalles del producto Tapa blanda: Revised edition 1 de mayo zletha Idioma: I absolutely love sotler book and wish I had known about it before I had my baby. I did not come across it until she was 4 months old. Now I have an extremely happy and healthy 9 month old. She still usually needs to have a before bedtime or nap time cry once a day, but it usually doesn’t last more than 10 minutes.
The crying in arms before xolter has never made her sleep longer as promised in the book, however: The only disagreement I have with the author is her outlook on breastfeeding. I believe comfort nursing is beneficial and a need. I’m not sure exactly where I read it, but I know I read that the brain waves during non nutritive laetha are similar to those during meditative states.
I think that’s something that babies need. So, I still breastfeed on demand, and if she’s upset and wants to comfort nurse, I sopter that as well.
If she continually fusses and latches off and on a few times, I take that as a signal that she really needs to cry and simply hold her and send love to her while she cries. I feel better allowing her to nurse this way and dealing with tantrums when she’s weaned.
I’d also like to point out that the author comfort nursed her son at night until he was 2. I think that can get overlooked. The kellymom website has a wonderful quote about breastfeeding: You are the sun, the moon, the earth, you are liquid love, you are warmth, you are security, you are comfort in the very deepest aspect of the meaning of comfort The most important book a new parent could possible read.
This is a game changer.
I only kick myself a little for the way I treated her until I found this book at age 1. I forgive myself, because I didn’t know better. But reading this book made me a much better mom and I know it made her a happier, healthier baby. My sister raised her 2 boys with this book and its philosophy and they are happy teen age boys. It is sensible and easy enough to practice. This book will resonate with families that value secure attachment and a basis from which a child can securely venture fourth.
There is so much info available these days on what to do with your crying child. This book is about connecting with your child deeply right from the start.
As a communication-skills coach, with a B.
Babies are integrity meters. My son was an easy baby, never cried except for obvious reasons that I could address. But as he got older, had more demands as a toddler, I was ill prepared to deal with him.
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His tears made me angry when I couldn’t make them stop. My daughter came out crying and inconsolable, and I went into post alftha depression, I became so hopeless while she cried. A friend gave me this book, and everything changed for me.
I realized that my job wasn’t to stop the tears–that was mistaking the trauma for the release of trauma. My job was just to be alftha for her, support her crying, not stop it. This book completely changed my perception of crying from something bad to something good for my child.
I actually began looking forward to her tantrums. I no longer felt angry, and like a failure when my children cried. Instead, I had a job I knew how to do, in just oslter up for them with a compassionate, solid presence, until they got it out of their systems, and became happy and peaceful. I didn’t encourage librod in the grocery store, of course. But it kept me in an understanding place for their instinctive process. Gana dinero con nosotros. Todos los derechos reservados.
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