Calm Mother, Calm Child: Calming Techniques for You and Your Baby

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Perigee, Nov 22, 2002 - Family & Relationships - 180 pages
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Paul Wilson, dubbed "the guru of calm" by the London Times, spent three years doing research and interviews with mothers of young children. He learned that high-strung mothers have high-strung children. But mothers who take it easy are not only healthier and happier; they're also more likely to have calm children. From his research and observations he developed this handy guide to relaxation and calming techniques, showing moms how to:

Settle a newborn for a calm night's sleep
Ease the back-to-work transition
Spend more time relaxing
Deal effectively with toddler tantrums
Bring calm to the household

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User Review  - Jenny Pfaff - Goodreads

I first skimmed this book a few years ago when Austin was still a baby and the tips I picked up were great. So, I am now committed to reading it front to back to see if it will help to calm Louie (and me). Read full review


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About the author (2002)

Paul Wilson is the creator and director of The Calm Centre in Australia. He is a businessman, author, strategic consultant, public speaker, director of a medical research foundation, and father.

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