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"This is a must-read for every family that yearns to create peace and harmony.”
--Shefali Tsabary, Ph.D., New York Times bestselling author of The Conscious Parent

Tired of yelling and nagging? True family connection is possible--and this essential guide shows us how.

Popular parenting blogger Rebecca Eanes believes that parenting advice should be about more than just getting kids to behave. Struggling to maintain a meaningful connection with her two little ones and frustrated by the lack of emotionally aware books for parents, she began to share her own insights with readers online. Her following has grown into a thriving community--hundreds of thousands strong. 

In this eagerly anticipated guide, Eanes shares her hard-won wisdom for overcoming limiting thought patterns and recognizing emotional triggers, as well as advice for connecting with kids at each stage, from infancy to adolescence. This heartfelt, insightful advice comes not from an "expert," but from a learning, evolving parent. Filled with practical, solution-oriented advice, this is an empowering guide for any parent who longs to end the yelling, power struggles, and downward spiral of acting out, punishment, resentment, and shame--and instead foster an emotional connection that helps kids learn self-discipline, feel confident, and create lasting, loving bonds. 

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“In this valuable contribution to parenting, Rebecca Eanes provides insightful, effective and practical solutions to end family conflict and build loving connections. Her masterful approach allows parents to implement powerful strategies with ease and grace, forever transforming their family life. This is a must-read for every family that yearns to create peace and harmony.”
--Shefali Tsabary, Ph.D., New York Times bestselling author of The Conscious Parent


Positive Parenting shows parents how to remain connected while still being the leader every child needs….Say goodbye to regrets and heartache, and hello to peace and connection. Your beautiful journey begins here.”
--Dr. Laura Markham, author of Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids, from the foreword 
 
"With a belief that each parent knows their own child best and that raising children should be enjoyable, not stressful, Rebecca Eanes helps parents develop their own positive parenting blueprints to create happy, loving families. Positive Parenting helps parents work through the difficult feelings that naturally occur throughout the parenting journey and provides strategies to help raise positive thinkers."
--Katie Hurley, LCSW, author of The Happy Kid Handbook
 
Positive Parenting is more than a parenting book. It''s a guide to human connection. Rebecca provides a roadmap for creating happy, deeply connected families where children and parents alike are able to rise to their fullest potential.”
--Amy McCready, author of The “Me, Me, Me” Epidemic
 
"As I soaked up the wisdom contained in this book, two words kept coming to mind: positive pathways. No matter how challenging your family situation is or how long you’ve been going down a negative road, this book offers pathways to peace, connection, and true happiness. Through practical examples, detailed steps, and soul-stirring questions, Rebecca Eanes shows us how to reach our fullest potential as parents, partners, and human beings. Let Positive Parenting set you on a path to rewriting your story in all aspects of life, in the most positive way possible."
--Rachel Macy Stafford, New York Times-bestselling author of Hands Free Mama and Hands Free Life
 
“Rebecca Eanes has a deep understanding of what can hold mothers and fathers back from being the parents they want to be. Positive Parenting provides concrete tools to grow the self-discipline, connection, empathy, and techniques that will help parents (and their kids!) be their best.”
 --Andrea Nair, M.A., CCC Psychotherapist, parenting educator. Creator of the Taming Tantrums App
 
“Watch out: Eanes'' book will transform your parenting, especially if you pause to do the self-work exercises.”
--Tracy Cutchlow, author of Zero to Five
 
"In our always connected world of social media and Google searches there is a never-ending flow of “new and better” parenting information. It''s easy to get lost in the sea of “best practices.” The focus is often on changing kids’ behavior or all the reasons you are ruining your kids. The problem is that so much of what we read seems to conflict and leaves us feeling powerless rather than truly supporting parents and families. Rebecca''s new book Positive Parenting emphasizes that parenting is far more than simply making kids comply. It''s about real lives, relationships, and people; It''s about real moms'', dads'' and kids'' stories and how to make those stories incredible. This book gives the reader timeless, foundational principles and practices that help to build the parent, the child and the family as a whole from the inside out."
--Andy Smithson, www.truparenting.net
  
Positive Parenting beautifully illustrates the choices that modern-day parents have to raise healthy and successful children through nurturing, empathetic relationships. Bolstered by research in neuroscience and human development, Eanes shows how parents must grow alongside their children, and how this parallel journey helps young people reach their full potential. This is a must-read book for all who care enough about their children to reflect deeply on themselves as parents.”
--Marilyn Price-Mitchell, PhD, Author of Tomorrow’s Change Makers
 
“In this one-of-a-kind book, Rebecca Eanes goes beyond just discipline to look at the big picture of parenting. If you''re longing for more in your parenting journey -- more joy, more peace, more cooperation -- I recommend Positive Parenting!” 
--Jessica Alexander, co-author of The Danish Way of Parenting

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REBECCA EANES is the founder of Positive-Parents.org, creator of Positive Parenting: Toddlers and Beyond, and a contributing editor to Creative Child magazine.

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Amie
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A great introduction to positive parenting practice
Reviewed in the United States on September 2, 2016
This was a really good book that provides a great introduction to positive, respectful parenting theories and techniques. After reading several other books on this topic, I don''t think this book was the best though. If I had read this book first, I may have given it a... See more
This was a really good book that provides a great introduction to positive, respectful parenting theories and techniques. After reading several other books on this topic, I don''t think this book was the best though. If I had read this book first, I may have given it a better rating. But after reading several books on this topic, I just don''t think it''s worth a 4 or 5 star review for me personally. There were good things and bad things about this book that influenced my reason for this "just okay" rating.

The Good:
I like that this book is not written by an “expert”. The author is simply a mom that read a bunch a books from experts and put them into practice and figured out what worked best for her family.

The author''s style of writing makes it really easy to read and follow. It can be difficult to read some parenting books by “experts” that go into so much technical detail that it makes it feel like you''re studying a collage textbook on child behavioral psychology and neurology, or they go off on long case studies and stories to demonstrate a point. This book offers very straightforward and to the point advice that is nicely layed out in numbered and bulleted lists with the major points being displayed in bold text in the paragraph. It was also a very quick read. I easily read this book in 2 days.

I found every piece of advice in this book to be excellent! I''ve read dozens of parenting books but this is the first one I''ve read that I actually agreed with 100% of the book. I have a few favorite books that I love and recommend to anyone who asks for a recommendation. But even with those books there were always a few things I didn''t quite agree with. Not this one though. I feel like this book was so spot on I could have written it myself.

The not so good:
You''re probably wondering, with all the wonderful things I have say about the book, how can I possibly give it 3 stars instead of 5? The reason I didn''t give this book 5 stars was because it''s doesn''t offer anything new. While I think the author does an excellent job of pulling out the best ideas from various experts and summarizing their work, that''s really all this book is is a summary of significantly more helpful books. Having already read all the books that this author has read, I could almost pick out which book each piece of advice came from. The problem is that she doesn''t go into nearly enough detail on most subjects. The author attempts to cover so many topics that every chapter in this book could have been an entire book in itself. For example, in chapter 2 the author talks about writing down your childhood story to help explore how those experiences have shaped the way we parent and effect our thought patterns today and how to change them by re-writing our stories. This was basically just a summary of Siegel''s book Parenting from the Inside Out that covered this topic in much more depth. She also pulls from Siegel''s book The Whole Brained Child when she talks about the upstairs brain vs. the downstairs brain and the “lizard brain” without going into the detail needed to fully explain these complex topics.

In conclusion:
If you''ve already read Dr. Siegels books: Parenting from the Inside Out, The Whole Brained Child and/or No-Drama Discipline, Janet Lansbury''s No Bad Kids, and Markham''s book Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids can probably pass on this book because you won''t get anything new from it. If you haven''t read these books, I would recommend passing on this book anyway and just reading those instead because you will get much more in depth coverage on several important concepts. If you don''t have the time to read all those book or you would just like an introduction into positive parenting to see if it''s for you, then this would be a really great option for you. This book is defiantly an excellent starting point. However, if you read this book and you like it, I would recommend also reading some of these other books to expend on the ideas introduced in this book. If you only have time to read one other book though, I would highly recommend No-Drama Discipline: The Whole-Brain Way to Calm the Chaos and Nurture Your Child''s Developing Mind . Also, if you''re like me and you want to practice positive parenting but you struggle with self-control and getting too emotional while you discipline, I would also recommend the book: Mindful Discipline: A Loving Approach to Setting Limits and Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child . I think this book will do a much better job of helping you to gain self-control by introducing you to the practice of mindfulness. As the author of Positive Parenting explains, you can''t discipline your child until you learn to discipline yourself first. This is so true but if that is something that you really struggle with, as I think many parents do, I don''t think this book will be enough to help you with that.
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Raquel McCloud
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
This book is life changing.
Reviewed in the United States on June 13, 2018
I mean 😭 This book is so deep it makes the ocean jealous ... 😏 Cheezzzzy, I know but seriously, I can’t recommend it enough. . For someone who is never short on words I don’t think I can add to this. Just read it, reread it, find it at your local library or buy... See more
I mean 😭 This book is so deep it makes the ocean jealous ... 😏 Cheezzzzy, I know but seriously, I can’t recommend it enough.
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For someone who is never short on words I don’t think I can add to this. Just read it, reread it, find it at your local library or buy it from a book store or here on Amazon. Meditate on the words within. Ingest them, ponder them, be moved by the notion that parenting should be a positive experience, not a daily power struggle.
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This book is life changing.
Anyone who knows us personally knows just how extra our littlest blessing is, she is no easy child to parent. I was raised in the south where you “bust their butt”, I can’t tell you how many times I was told that was the answer to controlling an unruly child. In my spirit, I didn’t feel that was the answer but the timeouts weren’t working either so 🤷🏼‍♀️
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Then I came across a few mamas on Instagram that radiate positivity. I don’t know them personally and I understand IG is only snippets but they seem truly genuine. And their kids seem to thrive, it’s just a balance you can feel, it’s authentic. One of them, I can’t remember which, either @earthyandy or @ellenfisher spoke about this book so I grabbed it from the library then bought my own copy + the workbook. LIFE. CHANGING. Because let’s be honest, as a full time parent, how you parent consumes your day, it’s part of your identity. My only regret is not having read this sooner.
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I have a list of earth shattering books but this is at the top of my list.
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Tiff Purcell
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Could get discouraging for single parents... Good guidance nonetheless.
Reviewed in the United States on May 1, 2020
Was really looking forward to reading this book. It was recommended in a mom blog I had read online, and the small excerpt it included from this book, made me order it. But it can be a bit discouraging as you get into the chapters about your relationship with your... See more
Was really looking forward to reading this book. It was recommended in a mom blog I had read online, and the small excerpt it included from this book, made me order it.
But it can be a bit discouraging as you get into the chapters about your relationship with your husband/ wife. A lot of the beginning focus of positive parenting is about setting an example for your children to see two happy, loving parents. And throughout the entire book, it constantly refers back to you AND your spouse needing to do this together.
I didn''t disagree by any means. Children do watch the way their parents treat each other and it affects how they will be as a partner someday.
But if you''re a single parent, or in a super unhealthy relationship... you''ll want to hold off getting this book.
It can just make you feel like being a single parent isn''t really an option in order to succeed in this positive parenting guide. If you can get passed the continual reminders of needing to provide your children with an example of how to be a good partner, then go for it.
I almost felt it was focusing too much on the matter... but I still read it.

If you have a partner, and they''re willing to go at this guide with you, GET THIS BOOK. You''ll be forever changed.
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1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Not very positive for me
Reviewed in the United States on October 6, 2019
I purchased this book a couple years ago and have attempted to read it several times. I was originally compelled to purchase the book when my second child came along. I''ve always been very positive and strive to carry that positivity through my parenting. I began to find... See more
I purchased this book a couple years ago and have attempted to read it several times. I was originally compelled to purchase the book when my second child came along. I''ve always been very positive and strive to carry that positivity through my parenting. I began to find it more challenging with my second child who has a very strong personality. I was truly hoping this book could help guide me back to my positive parenting ways. However, I never make it very far into the book before it starts to make me feel just terrible and hopeless. In the beginning of the book the author places a strong emphasis on the attachment that happens in those first 12 to 18 months. When my second baby was in this sensitive period we had to move. Thus the family was stressed and busy, and I feel a lot of guilt that the move happened during this time when I should have been forming a deeper attachment with my little one. However, I''m also realistic and I realize life events cannot always be perfectly timed. I wish I could finish and benefit from the positive parenting tips of book has to offer. I just can''t get past the hopelessness the book makes me feel in the beginning. For the sake of my children and myself moving forward, I can''t feel as though I''ve ruined my child if I didn''t have the perfect situation when my child was 12-18 months old. In looking at the many other positive reviews of the book, I''m sure it has a lot to offer. But, for those parents whose situation echos mine, it''s important we don''t feel like the situation is hopeless. We need a book that encourages us in our positive parenting journey and for myself, this was not the right book.
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1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
More appetizer than meal (Audiobook)
Reviewed in the United States on October 1, 2020
Men and women are wired differently, and its something good about our species. It allows us to team up and the team have a greater range of perspective that we did as individuals; long live the difference! But this also means don''t LEARN the same way. For ME, this book... See more
Men and women are wired differently, and its something good about our species. It allows us to team up and the team have a greater range of perspective that we did as individuals; long live the difference! But this also means don''t LEARN the same way. For ME, this book had two introductions too many. The official one and the first chapter, both seemed to try and convince the reader they should choose to be successful in parenting their child to a healthy adulthood. My thought was, "Who bought this book without that goal in mind?" Between the two of them I was alienated to the point of no longer interested in what the author had to say. I experienced this book in audio format. I will give it some time and try it again in eBook format. Presentation matters and maybe it will be better visually. If, as many men do, you focus on the entrée of your meal and the appetizer is not your first priority then consider skipping the introduction and see if it helps you get more out of this book.
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Mandy
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Truly a guide to the essentials!
Reviewed in the United States on April 9, 2018
If you are looking for the one positive parenting book to read first and/or share with your spouse or friend who is about to become a parent, this is the one. A quick, easy to read overview (180 pages I finished in 3 evenings) with lots of practical advice after each... See more
If you are looking for the one positive parenting book to read first and/or share with your spouse or friend who is about to become a parent, this is the one. A quick, easy to read overview (180 pages I finished in 3 evenings) with lots of practical advice after each theoretical explanation, this book gives a sense of inspiration and motivation rather than the complete overwhelm that can come along with trying to learn a new and more positive, connected way to parent than the way most of us were raised. While my other favorites, Jane Nelson’s original canon (Positive Discipline) and Dr. Shefali Tsabary’s The Conscious Parent and The Awakened Family are much more deep and comprehensive, they are also much more dense and won’t be finished as quickly. I would call those intermediate to advanced level positive parenting books. This is the one you want to start with—it’s aptly called an “essential guide” because that’s what it is. The essentials! You’ll wrap your mind about what positive parenting is, why it’s so important, and you’ll learn to start with caring for and disciplining yourself and your parenting partnership if you’re in one, which is the #1 thing we all have to do for positive parenting to work. Highly recommend!!
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Tesslyla
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Must buy!
Reviewed in the United States on June 14, 2016
This is a great book! I recommend it for every parent. I love that it begins with working on ourselves, as we cannot improve as parents, if we have not improved our own bad habits. Learning to retrain my brain from everything I learned growing up in a home where yelling was... See more
This is a great book! I recommend it for every parent. I love that it begins with working on ourselves, as we cannot improve as parents, if we have not improved our own bad habits. Learning to retrain my brain from everything I learned growing up in a home where yelling was the way to express anger, and get your point across. Love this book!
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Leanne Owen
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A must-read for new parents who want to connect with their children from the start
Reviewed in the United States on June 14, 2016
I was introduced to positive parenting principles and to Rebecca Eanes''s amazing books in an unusual way. I teach restoratively justice, and I had become accustomed to outlining for my students the differences between the kinds of questions that traditional criminal justice... See more
I was introduced to positive parenting principles and to Rebecca Eanes''s amazing books in an unusual way. I teach restoratively justice, and I had become accustomed to outlining for my students the differences between the kinds of questions that traditional criminal justice asks when a crime is committed (Whose fault is it? What did they do? How can we punish them?) and those posed by restorative justice (What happened? Why did it happen? How can we make things right?); yet it never occurred to me that applying what I knew about the "blame game" and the "pain game" to parenting would be a smart move. While I was pregnant with my twins, I showed my students a TEDx talk with Katy Hutchison in which she describes her family''s use of a time-in rather than a time-out (and explains how she wanted that same kind of time-in with her daughter''s killer). For some reason, that video clip really resonated with me, as did her explanation that putting a child in time-out only alienates and isolates them - it fails to address whatever underlying need all parties concerned may have. I start reading up on the subject and came across The Newbie''s Guide to Positive Parenting by Rebecca Eanes, then her Facebook community, Positive Parenting: Toddlers and Beyond, and now Positive Parenting: An Essential Guide (her most recent book).

Reminiscent of Pam Leo''s Connection Parenting and L. R. Knost''s The Gentle Parent but packed full of practical tips and ideas, Rebecca''s book is indeed an essential guide to understanding why children behave the way that they do, and how we as parents can change our focus from controlling and punishing them to cultivating the kind of connected, secure relationship with them that will nurture them and help them reach their full potential. The book encourages readers to work on their own in order to identify triggers and concerns before putting these into action, and this self-reflection and heightened self-awareness results in much deeper, more meaningful family connections. My own parenting has benefited tremendously from exposure to this paradigm shift - I consciously treat my children with respect and empathy and find that I have more patience and a greater sense of calm in negotiating situations where we disagree. I''m indescribably grateful for Rebecca''s willingness to share her expertise and experience, and I feel confident and assured in the knowledge that her book is making me a better, more mindful parent with each read.
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clair B
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Excellent guide with indispensable advice
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 27, 2018
Excellent book. I am always cautious about parenting books and some of their hardline recipes for perfect parenting, but this book is no such thing. In fact, I can say that this book has helped me change my relationship with my young child literally overnight. After months...See more
Excellent book. I am always cautious about parenting books and some of their hardline recipes for perfect parenting, but this book is no such thing. In fact, I can say that this book has helped me change my relationship with my young child literally overnight. After months reaching the end of my tether trying to employ all sorts of ‘behaviour managent’ techniques, this book led me to a sort of parenting epiphany. If you are willing to try to reprogramme our cultural conditioning about how to parent and follow the advice in this book, the results can be astounding. I never thought I could have the more calm and communicative relationship with my child that I do now. I really wish I had found this book earlier.
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Nikki’s
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Best parenting book by far
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 16, 2018
This book is a must have for any parent or parent to be. Wish I have had this long ago. Also good advice for parents who struggle in themselves with psychological factors form childhood.
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Gardener73
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Interesting read
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 2, 2020
There are lots of good insights in here and some common sense. Definitely worth reading, especially if your child lives in a split home like mine does.
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Kasia K
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The best parenting book for loving parent-child relationship
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 10, 2019
This is the most amazing parenting book I’ve ever read. It was so good it was life changing for me. It helped me so much to change my behaviour in order to help my children behave better. This books helps connecting with the children and heals the parent-child relationship....See more
This is the most amazing parenting book I’ve ever read. It was so good it was life changing for me. It helped me so much to change my behaviour in order to help my children behave better. This books helps connecting with the children and heals the parent-child relationship. Highly recommended. The only thing I would have changed is that I would have bought it 5 years ago when my firstborn was born.
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 16, 2016
After a stressful day with my children I always read a chapter of this book to help me to relflect and to set me in good stead for the following day
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