Our Resources

Our parenting philosphy has been influenced and inspired by the best tried and tested methods and the latest research on parenting. You will find below some of the books and research that have inspired us.

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Parenting With Love and Logic
By Foster W.Cline, Jim Fay, Eugene H. Peterson

This parenting book shows you how to raise self-confident, motivated children who are ready for the real world. Learn how to parent efficiently while teaching your children responsibility and growing their character. establish healthy control through easy-to-implement steps without anger, threats, nagging, or power struggles. Indexed for easy reference.

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Positive Discipline
By Jane Nelsen

For twenty-five years, Positive Discipline has been the gold standard reference for grown-ups working with children. Now Jane Nelsen, distinguished psychologist, educator, and mother of seven, has written a revised and expanded edition. The key to positive discipline is not punishment, she tells us, but mutual respect.

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Love and Logic Magic for Early Childhood
By Jim Fay, Charles Fay

Practical Parenting from Birth to Six Years Let Jim Fay and Charles Fay, Ph.D., help you start your child off on the right foot. The tools in Love and Logic Magic for Early Childhood will give you the building blocks you need to create children who grow up to be responsible, successful teens and adults.

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Parenting From the Inside Out
By Daniel J. Siegel, Mary Hartzell

Child psychiatrist Daniel J. Siegel, M.D., and early childhood expert Mary Hartzell, M.Ed., explore the extent to which our childhood experiences actually do shape the way we parent, drawing upon stunning new findings in neurobiology and attachment research, they explain how interpersonal relationships directly impact the development of the brain.

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Parenting With Love and Logic
By Foster W.Cline, Jim Fay, Eugene H. Peterson

This parenting book shows you how to raise self-confident, motivated children who are ready for the real world. Learn how to parent efficiently while teaching your children responsibility and growing their character. establish healthy control through easy-to-implement steps without anger, threats, nagging, or power struggles. Indexed for easy reference.

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Positive Discipline
By Jane Nelsen

For twenty-five years, Positive Discipline has been the gold standard reference for grown-ups working with children. Now Jane Nelsen, distinguished psychologist, educator, and mother of seven, has written a revised and expanded edition. The key to positive discipline is not punishment, she tells us, but mutual respect.

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Love and Logic Magic for Early Childhood
By Jim Fay, Charles Fay

Practical Parenting from Birth to Six Years Let Jim Fay and Charles Fay, Ph.D., help you start your child off on the right foot. The tools in Love and Logic Magic for Early Childhood will give you the building blocks you need to create children who grow up to be responsible, successful teens and adults.

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Parenting From the Inside Out
By Daniel J. Siegel, Mary Hartzell

Child psychiatrist Daniel J. Siegel, M.D., and early childhood expert Mary Hartzell, M.Ed., explore the extent to which our childhood experiences actually do shape the way we parent, drawing upon stunning new findings in neurobiology and attachment research, they explain how interpersonal relationships directly impact the development of the brain.

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Parent Effectiveness Training: The Proven Program for Raising Responsible Children
By Thomas Gordon

P.E.T., or Parent Effectiveness Training, began almost forty years ago as the first national parent-training program to teach parents how to communicate more effectively with kids and offer step-by-step advice to resolving family conflicts so everybody wins.

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NurtureShock: New Thinking About Children
By PO Bronson, Ashley Merryman

In a world of modern, involved, caring parents, why are so many kids aggressive and cruel? Where is intelligence hidden in the brain, and why does that matter? Why do cross-racial friendships decrease in schools that are more integrated? If 98% of kids think lying is morally wrong, then why do 98% of kids lie?

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Siblings Without Rivalry
By Adele Faber, Elaine Mazlish, Kimberley Ann Coe

Having children is wonderful, but they can seriously endanger your sanity. Faber and Mazlish have written a comprehensive guide with practical guidelines and examples for how to cope with – and deflect – sibling rivalry. Written with humour, understanding and compassion

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Children: The Challenge
By Rudolf Dreikurs, Vicki Soltz

Children:The Challenge gives the key to parents who seek to build trust and love in their families, and raise happier, healthier, and better behaved children. Based on a lifetime of experience with children–their problems, their delights, their challenges– Dr. Rudolf Dreikurs, presents an easy to follow program that teaches parents how to cope

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Parent Effectiveness Training: The Proven Program for Raising Responsible Children
By Thomas Gordon

P.E.T., or Parent Effectiveness Training, began almost forty years ago as the first national parent-training program to teach parents how to communicate more effectively with kids and offer step-by-step advice to resolving family conflicts so everybody wins.

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NurtureShock: New Thinking About Children
By PO Bronson, Ashley Merryman

In a world of modern, involved, caring parents, why are so many kids aggressive and cruel? Where is intelligence hidden in the brain, and why does that matter? Why do cross-racial friendships decrease in schools that are more integrated? If 98% of kids think lying is morally wrong, then why do 98% of kids lie?

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Siblings Without Rivalry
By Adele Faber, Elaine Mazlish, Kimberley Ann Coe

Having children is wonderful, but they can seriously endanger your sanity. Faber and Mazlish have written a comprehensive guide with practical guidelines and examples for how to cope with – and deflect – sibling rivalry. Written with humour, understanding and compassion

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Children: The Challenge
By Rudolf Dreikurs, Vicki Soltz

Children:The Challenge gives the key to parents who seek to build trust and love in their families, and raise happier, healthier, and better behaved children. Based on a lifetime of experience with children–their problems, their delights, their challenges– Dr. Rudolf Dreikurs, presents an easy to follow program that teaches parents how to cope

PARENTING STYLES
Parenting Styles: The Four Parenting Styles
By Kendra Cherry | About.com, Psychology
Parenting Styles
By Kathryn Wentzel And Shannon Russell | Education.com
PRAISE
How Not to Talk to Your Kids: The inverse power of praise
By PO Bronson | NYMAG.com
Praising Children for Their Personal Qualities May Backfire, New Research Finds
American Psychological Association
The art of praising children, and knowing when not to
By Ally Fogg | The Guardian
Children with low self-eteem could be harmed if they are lavished with too much praise by parents, study claims
By Richard Garner | The Independent
Positive Reinforcement: 9 Things You Shouldn’t Say to Your Child
By Paula Spencer | Parenting.com
TANTRUMS
Temper Tantrums in Young Children
By M.Poetgal & R.J.Davidson | Lab For Affective Neuroscience
Why Toddlers Throw Temper Tantrums
By Patty Onderko | Parenting.com
Terrible Twos Who Stay Terrible
By David Dobbs | NYTimes:Well
PUNISHMNET, TIME OUT AND TIME AWAY:
Time-Out, Punishment, and Time-Away
By B.Kaiser | J.S Raminsky | Education.com
PARENT TRAPS
Avoiding the parent trap
By Lynne Shallcross | Counseling Today
HITTING & SPANKING
Why Spanking Doesn’t Work
By Bonnie Rochman | Time.com
Spanking hurts kids in the long run, too
By Michael Mackenzie | CNN Parents
EXTRINSIC REWARDS AFFECTING INTRINSIC MOTIVATION:
Extrinsic Rewards Undermine Altruistic Tendencies in 20-Month-Olds
By F.Warneken And M.Tomasello | American Psychological Association
NEUROSCIENCE:
The Neuroscience of Positive Discipline
By Stphanie Tam Rosas | Positive Discipline Community
LETTING CHILDREN MAKE MISTAKES:
Why Parents Need to Let Their Children Fail
Jessica Lahey | The Alantic
UNCONDITIONAL LOVE:
When a Parent’s ‘I Love You’ Means ‘Do As I Say’
Alfie Kohn | The New York Times
PARENTING DEVELOPMENTAL MILESTONES:
Introducing Harley Rotbart’s Developmental Milestones of Parenting
Sherry Huang | Parenting.com
NEED FOR TOUCH AND ATTENTION:
Children Need Touching and Attention, Harvard Researchers Say
By Alvin Powell | Harvard university Gazette

Our Resources

Our parenting philosphy has been influenced and inspired by the best tried and tested methods and the latest research on parenting. You will find below some of the books and research that have inspired us.

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Parenting With Love and Logic
By Foster W.Cline, Jim Fay, Eugene H. Peterson

This parenting book shows you how to raise self-confident, motivated children who are ready for the real world. Learn how to parent efficiently while teaching your children responsibility and growing their character. establish healthy control through easy-to-implement steps without anger, threats, nagging, or power struggles. Indexed for easy reference.

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Positive Discipline
By Jane Nelsen

For twenty-five years, Positive Discipline has been the gold standard reference for grown-ups working with children. Now Jane Nelsen, distinguished psychologist, educator, and mother of seven, has written a revised and expanded edition. The key to positive discipline is not punishment, she tells us, but mutual respect.

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Love and Logic Magic for Early Childhood
By Jim Fay, Charles Fay

Practical Parenting from Birth to Six Years Let Jim Fay and Charles Fay, Ph.D., help you start your child off on the right foot. The tools in Love and Logic Magic for Early Childhood will give you the building blocks you need to create children who grow up to be responsible, successful teens and adults.

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Parenting From the Inside Out
By Daniel J. Siegel, Mary Hartzell

Child psychiatrist Daniel J. Siegel, M.D., and early childhood expert Mary Hartzell, M.Ed., explore the extent to which our childhood experiences actually do shape the way we parent, drawing upon stunning new findings in neurobiology and attachment research, they explain how interpersonal relationships directly impact the development of the brain.

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Parenting With Love and Logic
By Foster W.Cline, Jim Fay, Eugene H. Peterson

This parenting book shows you how to raise self-confident, motivated children who are ready for the real world. Learn how to parent efficiently while teaching your children responsibility and growing their character. establish healthy control through easy-to-implement steps without anger, threats, nagging, or power struggles. Indexed for easy reference.

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Positive Discipline
By Jane Nelsen

For twenty-five years, Positive Discipline has been the gold standard reference for grown-ups working with children. Now Jane Nelsen, distinguished psychologist, educator, and mother of seven, has written a revised and expanded edition. The key to positive discipline is not punishment, she tells us, but mutual respect.

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Love and Logic Magic for Early Childhood
By Jim Fay, Charles Fay

Practical Parenting from Birth to Six Years Let Jim Fay and Charles Fay, Ph.D., help you start your child off on the right foot. The tools in Love and Logic Magic for Early Childhood will give you the building blocks you need to create children who grow up to be responsible, successful teens and adults.

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Parenting From the Inside Out
By Daniel J. Siegel, Mary Hartzell

Child psychiatrist Daniel J. Siegel, M.D., and early childhood expert Mary Hartzell, M.Ed., explore the extent to which our childhood experiences actually do shape the way we parent, drawing upon stunning new findings in neurobiology and attachment research, they explain how interpersonal relationships directly impact the development of the brain.

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Parent Effectiveness Training: The Proven Program for Raising Responsible Children
By Thomas Gordon

P.E.T., or Parent Effectiveness Training, began almost forty years ago as the first national parent-training program to teach parents how to communicate more effectively with kids and offer step-by-step advice to resolving family conflicts so everybody wins.

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NurtureShock: New Thinking About Children
By PO Bronson, Ashley Merryman

In a world of modern, involved, caring parents, why are so many kids aggressive and cruel? Where is intelligence hidden in the brain, and why does that matter? Why do cross-racial friendships decrease in schools that are more integrated? If 98% of kids think lying is morally wrong, then why do 98% of kids lie?

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Siblings Without Rivalry
By Adele Faber, Elaine Mazlish, Kimberley Ann Coe

Having children is wonderful, but they can seriously endanger your sanity. Faber and Mazlish have written a comprehensive guide with practical guidelines and examples for how to cope with – and deflect – sibling rivalry. Written with humour, understanding and compassion

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Children: The Challenge
By Rudolf Dreikurs, Vicki Soltz

Children:The Challenge gives the key to parents who seek to build trust and love in their families, and raise happier, healthier, and better behaved children. Based on a lifetime of experience with children–their problems, their delights, their challenges– Dr. Rudolf Dreikurs, presents an easy to follow program that teaches parents how to cope

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Parent Effectiveness Training: The Proven Program for Raising Responsible Children
By Thomas Gordon

P.E.T., or Parent Effectiveness Training, began almost forty years ago as the first national parent-training program to teach parents how to communicate more effectively with kids and offer step-by-step advice to resolving family conflicts so everybody wins.

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NurtureShock: New Thinking About Children
By PO Bronson, Ashley Merryman

In a world of modern, involved, caring parents, why are so many kids aggressive and cruel? Where is intelligence hidden in the brain, and why does that matter? Why do cross-racial friendships decrease in schools that are more integrated? If 98% of kids think lying is morally wrong, then why do 98% of kids lie?

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Siblings Without Rivalry
By Adele Faber, Elaine Mazlish, Kimberley Ann Coe

Having children is wonderful, but they can seriously endanger your sanity. Faber and Mazlish have written a comprehensive guide with practical guidelines and examples for how to cope with – and deflect – sibling rivalry. Written with humour, understanding and compassion

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Children: The Challenge
By Rudolf Dreikurs, Vicki Soltz

Children:The Challenge gives the key to parents who seek to build trust and love in their families, and raise happier, healthier, and better behaved children. Based on a lifetime of experience with children–their problems, their delights, their challenges– Dr. Rudolf Dreikurs, presents an easy to follow program that teaches parents how to cope

PARENTING STYLES
Parenting Styles: The Four Parenting Styles
By Kendra Cherry | About.com, Psychology
Parenting Styles
By Kathryn Wentzel And Shannon Russell | Education.com
PRAISE
How Not to Talk to Your Kids: The inverse power of praise
By PO Bronson | NYMAG.com
Praising Children for Their Personal Qualities May Backfire, New Research Finds
American Psychological Association
The art of praising children, and knowing when not to
By Ally Fogg | The Guardian
Children with low self-eteem could be harmed if they are lavished with too much praise by parents, study claims
By Richard Garner | The Independent
Positive Reinforcement: 9 Things You Shouldn’t Say to Your Child
By Paula Spencer | Parenting.com
TANTRUMS
Temper Tantrums in Young Children
By M.Poetgal & R.J.Davidson | Lab For Affective Neuroscience
Why Toddlers Throw Temper Tantrums
By Patty Onderko | Parenting.com
Terrible Twos Who Stay Terrible
By David Dobbs | NYTimes:Well
PUNISHMNET, TIME OUT AND TIME AWAY:
Time-Out, Punishment, and Time-Away
By B.Kaiser | J.S Raminsky | Education.com
PARENT TRAPS
Avoiding the parent trap
By Lynne Shallcross | Counseling Today
HITTING & SPANKING
Why Spanking Doesn’t Work
By Bonnie Rochman | Time.com
Spanking hurts kids in the long run, too
By Michael Mackenzie | CNN Parents
EXTRINSIC REWARDS AFFECTING INTRINSIC MOTIVATION:
Extrinsic Rewards Undermine Altruistic Tendencies in 20-Month-Olds
By F.Warneken And M.Tomasello | American Psychological Association
NEUROSCIENCE:
The Neuroscience of Positive Discipline
By Stphanie Tam Rosas | Positive Discipline Community
LETTING CHILDREN MAKE MISTAKES:
Why Parents Need to Let Their Children Fail
Jessica Lahey | The Alantic
UNCONDITIONAL LOVE:
When a Parent’s ‘I Love You’ Means ‘Do As I Say’
Alfie Kohn | The New York Times
PARENTING DEVELOPMENTAL MILESTONES:
Introducing Harley Rotbart’s Developmental Milestones of Parenting
Sherry Huang | Parenting.com
NEED FOR TOUCH AND ATTENTION:
Children Need Touching and Attention, Harvard Researchers Say
By Alvin Powell | Harvard university Gazette

Our Resources

Our parenting philosphy has been influenced and inspired by the best tried and tested methods and the latest research on parenting. You will find below some of the books and research that have inspired us.

OUR TOP 6 PARENTING BOOKS

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Parenting With Love and Logic
By Foster W.Cline, Jim Fay, Eugene H. Peterson

This parenting book shows you how to raise self-confident, motivated children who are ready for the real world. Learn how to parent efficiently while teaching your children responsibility and growing their character. establish healthy control through easy-to-implement steps without anger, threats, nagging, or power struggles. Indexed for easy reference.

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Positive Discipline
By Jane Nelsen

For twenty-five years, Positive Discipline has been the gold standard reference for grown-ups working with children. Now Jane Nelsen, distinguished psychologist, educator, and mother of seven, has written a revised and expanded edition. The key to positive discipline is not punishment, she tells us, but mutual respect.

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Love and Logic Magic for Early Childhood
By Jim Fay, Charles Fay

Practical Parenting from Birth to Six Years Let Jim Fay and Charles Fay, Ph.D., help you start your child off on the right foot. The tools in Love and Logic Magic for Early Childhood will give you the building blocks you need to create children who grow up to be responsible, successful teens and adults.

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Parenting From the Inside Out
By Daniel J. Siegel, Mary Hartzell

Child psychiatrist Daniel J. Siegel, M.D., and early childhood expert Mary Hartzell, M.Ed., explore the extent to which our childhood experiences actually do shape the way we parent, drawing upon stunning new findings in neurobiology and attachment research, they explain how interpersonal relationships directly impact the development of the brain.

OTHER BOOKS THAT INSPIRED US!

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Parent Effectiveness Training: The Proven Program for Raising Responsible Children
By Thomas Gordon

P.E.T., or Parent Effectiveness Training, began almost forty years ago as the first national parent-training program to teach parents how to communicate more effectively with kids and offer step-by-step advice to resolving family conflicts so everybody wins.

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NurtureShock: New Thinking About Children
By PO Bronson, Ashley Merryman

In a world of modern, involved, caring parents, why are so many kids aggressive and cruel? Where is intelligence hidden in the brain, and why does that matter? Why do cross-racial friendships decrease in schools that are more integrated? If 98% of kids think lying is morally wrong, then why do 98% of kids lie?

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Siblings Without Rivalry
By Adele Faber, Elaine Mazlish, Kimberley Ann Coe

Having children is wonderful, but they can seriously endanger your sanity. Faber and Mazlish have written a comprehensive guide with practical guidelines and examples for how to cope with – and deflect – sibling rivalry. Written with humour, understanding and compassion

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Children: The Challenge
By Rudolf Dreikurs, Vicki Soltz

Children:The Challenge gives the key to parents who seek to build trust and love in their families, and raise happier, healthier, and better behaved children. Based on a lifetime of experience with children–their problems, their delights, their challenges– Dr. Rudolf Dreikurs, presents an easy to follow program that teaches parents how to cope

SELECTION OF RESEARCH ARTICLES (SCHOLARY OR MAGAZINE ARTICLES):

PARENTING STYLES
Parenting Styles: The Four Parenting Styles
By Kendra Cherry | About.com, Psychology
Parenting Styles
By Kathryn Wentzel And Shannon Russell | Education.com
PRAISE
How Not to Talk to Your Kids: The inverse power of praise
By PO Bronson | NYMAG.com
Praising Children for Their Personal Qualities May Backfire, New Research Finds
American Psychological Association
The art of praising children, and knowing when not to
By Ally Fogg | The Guardian
Children with low self-eteem could be harmed if they are lavished with too much praise by parents, study claims
By Richard Garner | The Independent
Positive Reinforcement: 9 Things You Shouldn't Say to Your Child
By Paula Spencer | Parenting.com
TANTRUMS
Temper Tantrums in Young Children
By M.Poetgal & R.J.Davidson | Lab For Affective Neuroscience
Why Toddlers Throw Temper Tantrums
By Patty Onderko | Parenting.com
Terrible Twos Who Stay Terrible
By David Dobbs | NYTimes:Well
PUNISHMNET, TIME OUT AND TIME AWAY:
Time-Out, Punishment, and Time-Away
By B.Kaiser | J.S Raminsky | Education.com
PARENT TRAPS
Avoiding the parent trap
By Lynne Shallcross | Counseling Today
HITTING & SPANKING
Why Spanking Doesn't Work
By Bonnie Rochman | Time.com
Spanking hurts kids in the long run, too
By Michael Mackenzie | CNN Parents
EXTRINSIC REWARDS AFFECTING INTRINSIC MOTIVATION:
Extrinsic Rewards Undermine Altruistic Tendencies in 20-Month-Olds
By F.Warneken And M.Tomasello | American Psychological Association
NEUROSCIENCE:
The Neuroscience of Positive Discipline
By Stphanie Tam Rosas | Positive Discipline Community
LETTING CHILDREN MAKE MISTAKES:
Why Parents Need to Let Their Children Fail
Jessica Lahey | The Alantic
UNCONDITIONAL LOVE:
When a Parent's 'I Love You' Means 'Do As I Say'
Alfie Kohn | The New York Times
PARENTING DEVELOPMENTAL MILESTONES:
Introducing Harley Rotbart's Developmental Milestones of Parenting
Sherry Huang | Parenting.com
NEED FOR TOUCH AND ATTENTION:
Children Need Touching and Attention, Harvard Researchers Say
By Alvin Powell | Harvard university Gazette