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Ignore It!: How Selectively Looking the Other Way Can Decrease Behavioral Problems and Increase Parenting Satisfaction

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Ignore It! How Selectively Looking the Other Way Can Decrease Behavioral Problems and Increase Parenting Satisfaction. Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, the answer is two-fold, because while the results are amazing, the process is, admittedly, one of the hardest out there. But with great trials come great rewards, and that’s what Dr. Catherine Pearlman promises. Her proven, research-based strategies help parents return to the joy in child-rearing—no more power struggles, misbehaviors, whining, or complaining. The answer, at least to Dr. Pearlman, is Ignore It!

Ignore It! has a compelling premise, and the narrative is savvy and concise. Pearlman is a down-to-earth guide through the Ignore It! system. She is informative, but aware that parents are only human, and she writes with support and compassion, demanding persistence over perfection. Her explanation of what is and is not a proper time-out puts that ghost to rest once and for all (get ready to be converted, you parents who don’t believe in time-outs!) and her can-do attitude is infectious. Readers will find themselves more than ready to implement Ignore It! at the soonest opportunity.

In a personal aside, this reviewer with two (very headstrong) children (ages 2, and 5 going on 14) took the opportunity to test this book on her own offspring and saw amazing changes in their behavior in the first day.

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Author:
Catherine Pearlman
Star Count:
5/5
Format:
Trade
Page Count:
272 pages
Publisher:
TarcherPerigee
Publish Date:
2017-Aug-08
ISBN:
9780143130338
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Issue:
December 2017
Category:
Parenting & Families
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Publisher

TarcherPerigee

Issue

December 2017

Publication Date

2017-Aug-08

Format

Trade

Page Count

272 pages

Star Count

5

Book Author

Catherine Pearlman

ASIN

0143130331

ISBN

9780143130338

“Ignore It!: How Selectively Looking the Other Way Can Decrease Behavioral Problems and Increase Parenting Satisfaction”

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