“No More Tantrums: Empowering Children to Peace of Mind” is the love child of years of studying and practicing Nonviolent Communication with hundreds of families all over the world.
Scheduled to be released in April, this book is the first in a series of Nonviolent Communication parenting books which I plan to publish, and, as you can understand from its title, has to do with parents’ biggest challenge: their children’s emotional outbursts and challenging behaviors.
Comprising of three parts, “No More Tantrums: Empowering Children to Peace of Mind” outlines and goes deep into the workings behind children’s peace of mind, as when one’s life experience is of peace and acceptance – fights and power struggles are reduced to the bare minimum.
And this is my promise to YOU following the reading of the book: even if you will only incorporate 20% of its lessons: life will be significantly easier and much more enjoyable.
Through the philosophies behind and the practices of Nonviolent Communication you will learn how to foster a warm, compassionate, and cooperative relationships with your children. And most importantly – you will learn how to “use” their basic need for connection to work for you. If a world in which your children do as you ask just because they want to make you happy sounds like a dream – this book is for you. Because it is possible.
What is Nonviolent Communication Parenting?
Nonviolent Communication (NVC) is a communication method that allows individuals to connect to each other’s deepest needs, create mutual understanding, and awaken the inner, most basic need, of cooperation with the ones they love.
This practical approach presupposes that everything that we do, everything that we say and think is a strategy aimed at having our needs met, and that our feelings mirror our needs.
When understanding our own needs, knowing what matters to us most and where our words and actions stem from, we learn to see what matters to our loved ones, what their words and actions stem from. When we treat this information purely, through empathy and self expression, we connect to ourselves, and to our loved ones. This place of contentedness allows us to make positive, empowering choices, far from the field of fear, guilt, and shame most of us are operating within.
This deep level of understanding, of connection to self and to the other, enables all participants to mediate conflicts and create the sense of closeness and empowerment in every relationship.
NVC creates a field of acceptance where we all meet, free from judgment and interpretation. When the connection of hearts is present, we can give the needed space to our needs and feelings, and the same space to the needs and feelings of our loved ones. This deep connection makes cooperation, listening, mutual understanding, and profound empathy possible.
All this knowledge, and a mass of practical, easy-to-use strategies are available to you with “No More Tantrums: Empowering Children to Peace of Mind“.
From the Readers of No More Tantrums: Empowering Children to Peace of Mind
“I was amazed to learn how many of our actions and words are automatic, having nothing to do with who we are and what we really want. This book is a must read for all parents”
“I am thankful for the opportunity given to me to read this book while still awaiting my first born. I’m sure that if all parents-to-be could read this – our future would be much brighter”
“It’s one of these manuscripts that you take on being a certain person, and by the time you are done reading – you are a completely different person. This is a warm recommendation for anyone who wants to start living, and parenting, differently”
Your Next Step:
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The book will be delivered to your email on April 1.
Alternatively, you can subscribe to the waiting list right here, and receive a notification from me once the book is published.
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