The right words to solve every parenting dilemma

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Tue 19 June 2018

14 mins

Could it be possible? Is there a way to address every little tantrum, sibling squabble and child-created catastrophe?

Authors Heather Turgeon and Julie Wright say it is. And they’ve got the words to prove it. They open up about the language they've discovered to lead to effective and kinder ways to parent, and the book they've written all about it;  Now Say This, the right words to solve every parenting dilemma.

For more on Heather and Julie’s book check out the Scribe Publications website.

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