The Tantrum Survival Guide is a much-needed how-to manual for parents to better understand, cope with, and effectively manage the maddening meltdowns so common in children between the ages of two and five. The book highlights the importance of the family unit, and of the powerful connection that exists between parent and child, age-old values in Judaism.The time we have with our kids is more and more limited in these increasingly disconnected and frenetic times, and, as a mother of two young boys, Hershberg is in the trenches alongside similarly overstretched parents. Her easy-to-follow prescriptive content speaks directly to caregivers looking to make that limited time easier and more fulfilling — think more “let’s play!” than “oy vey!” moments. Through practical advice (e.g., on getting out of the house in the morning, transitioning while traveling, and even handling holiday-time disruptions), and written in a candid, humorous tone, The Tantrum Survival Guide offers everything parents of toddlers need to get out of the day-to-day weeds and into a saner and more enjoyable parenting state.
The Tantrum Survival Guide: Tune In to Your Toddler’s Mind (and Your Own) to Calm the Craziness and Make Family Fun Again
- From the Publisher
January 1, 2013
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