We’re giving away one copy of Peaceful Parent, Happy Siblings: How to Stop the Fighting and Raise Friends for Life by Dr. Laura Markham!
Dr. Laura Markham is the author of Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids: How To Stop Yelling and Start Connecting. Her new book, Peaceful Parent, Happy Siblings: How to Stop the Fighting and Raise Friends for Life, supports parents from the birth of the second (or third) child right up to the middle school years. Dr. Laura trained as a Clinical Psychologist at Columbia University, but she’s also a mom, so she understands kids – and how tough it is to be a parent.
Dr. Laura’s relationship-based parenting model has helped thousands of families across the U.S. and Canada find compassionate, common-sense solutions to everything from separation anxiety and sleep problems to sass talk and cell phones. Using her experience as a parenting expert – and a Mom – she translates proven science into the practical solutions you need for the family life you want.
If your children are fighting, should you step in? Dr. Laura shares with us several steps for intervening in a sibling fight and ways to intervene that actually diminish both sibling rivalry and sibling fights.
If you want more tips on how to transform sibling fights to brotherly love, Laura Markham, Ph.D.’s newest book, Peaceful Parent, Happy Siblings: How to Stop the Fighting and Raise Friends for Life, is now available for pre-order. It won’t be on bookstore shelves (or in your mailbox) until May 5, but the advantage of pre-ordering is that you also get complimentary access to her Peaceful Parent Audio Course.
Peaceful Parent, Happy Siblings includes hands-on, research-based advice on:
- Creating deep connections with each one of your children, so that each truly believes that you couldn’t possibly love anyone else more
- Fostering a loving family culture that encourages laughter and minimizes fighting
- Teaching your children healthy emotional self-management and conflict resolution skills—so that they can work things out with each other, get their own needs met and respect the needs of others
- Helping your kids forge a close lifelong sibling bond—as well as the relationship skills they will need for a life of healthy friendships, work relationships, and eventually their own family bonds