Listening to Children Booklet Set

This booklet set provides a thorough summary of the Hand in Hand Parenting approach, covering all of the Listening Tools.  By Hand in Hand Parenting Founder, Patty Wipfler, they are clearly written, full of helpful stories of how the Listening Tools can be used, and organised so that you can get the information you need, when you need it.

Perfect as a reference for yourself, and as a gift for any parent.

Ideal for parents of young children or anyone new to Hand in Hand Parenting.

Purchase an electronic copy HERE

You’ll get an overview of the science behind the approach, practical examples, and immediate steps to transform your parenting.
Listening to Children helps you crack the code of children’s emotions. After reading this complete set, you’ll understand:

  • Common causes and triggers for “off-track” behavior
  • Why children crave connection—and limits
  • How to set effective limits
  • Why conventional discipline methods don’t work for long
  • How to handle your own emotional moments

What you’ll get

  • How Children’s Emotions Work
  • Special Time
  • Playlistening
  • Crying
  • Tantrums and Indignation
  • Healing Children’s Fears
  • Reaching for Your Angry Child
  • Setting Limits
  • Listening Partnerships for Parents

How Children’s Emotions Work
Your child has a vital need to connect with you. This booklet helps you understand your child’s emotional life, and how you can best fill their needs.

Special Time
Learn how to use small amounts of time to build connection, warmth, and cooperation with your child. Even five minutes can have a positive impact.

Learn the art of taking the less powerful role to promote healing laughter. Playlistening helps your child tackle challenges with confidence and enthusiasm.

Learn the vital role crying plays in children’s communication. Instead of trying to “fix” the tears, you can experience an opportunity for connection as you build flexibility and resilience in your child.

Tantrums & Indignation
Partner with your child to move through emotional moments into more loving, connected, and compassionate interactions.

Healing Children’s Fears
Help your child face frightening situations. This booklet shares powerful tools to reduce stress and off-track behavior as you help your child feel more secure.

Reaching for Your Angry Child
Anger can be a challenging emotion! You can learn to connect with your child in the face of anger or upset. Learn how to build relationships that will sustain you and your child for a lifetime.

Setting Limits with Young Children
What do you do when your child acts out? How do you tell a child “No” without triggering a power struggle? Parenting by Connection shows you how setting limits can be a real gift for your child. This booklet teaches you to:

  • Set healthy boundaries
  • Interact with both warmth and authority
  • Create cooperation and closeness

Listening Partnerships for Parents
Parents know that there’s no better way to make their children feel safe and loved than listening to them. But listening takes work and patience. When you have a listening partner of your own, you can offload stressful emotions, brainstorm solutions, and get back to being the parent you want to be.
in Listening Partnerships for Parents, you’ll learn how to:

  • Listen well, and use the attention of a listener
  • Work through the upsets that make parenting difficult
  • Identify the origins of the emotions you experience daily
  • Restore your reserve of patience and presence

Purchase an electronic copy HERE

You may also be interested in the Supporting Adolescents Booklet

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