Screamfree Parenting The Revolutionary Approach to Raising Your Kids by Keeping Your Cool You Can Start a Revolution in Your Family Tonight Parenting is not about kids it s about parents If you re not in control then you cannot be in charge What every kid really needs are parents who are

  • Title: Screamfree Parenting: The Revolutionary Approach to Raising Your Kids by Keeping Your Cool
  • Author: Hal Edward Runkel
  • ISBN: 9781415942291
  • Page: 236
  • Format: Audiobook
  • You Can Start a Revolution in Your Family Tonight Parenting is not about kids, it s about parents If you re not in control, then you cannot be in charge What every kid really needs are parents who are able to keep their cool no matter what Easier said than done Not any, thanks to ScreamFree Parenting, the principle based approach that s inspiring parents everYou Can Start a Revolution in Your Family Tonight Parenting is not about kids, it s about parents If you re not in control, then you cannot be in charge What every kid really needs are parents who are able to keep their cool no matter what Easier said than done Not any, thanks to ScreamFree Parenting, the principle based approach that s inspiring parents everywhere to truly revolutionize their family dynamics Moving beyond the child centered, technique based approaches that ultimately fail, the ScreamFree way compels you to focus on yourself, calm yourself down, and grow yourself up.For those listening who are parents, know parents, or have had parents, the notion that the greatest thing you can do for your children is to learn to focus on yourself may sound strange, even heretical It s not Here s why we are the only ones we can control This practical, effective guide for parents of all ages with kids of all ages introduces proven principles for overcoming the anxieties and stresses of parenting and setting new patterns of connection and cooperation Told in an engaging, conversational tone, this audiobook is sensible, straightforward, and based on the experiences of hundreds of actual families It will help all parents become calming authorities in their homes, bring peace to their families today, and give kids what they need to grow into caring, self directed adults tomorrow.

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    About “Hal Edward Runkel

    1. Hal Edward Runkel says:

      HAL RUNKEL is a world renowned relationship expert, licensed marriage and family therapist, conflict mediator, and internationally acclaimed speaker Hal s books, including e New York Times bestseller ScreamFree Parenting, have reached hundreds of thousands around the world, and have been translated into twelve languages Hal has been featured in hundreds of media outlets, including over forty appearances on NBC s Today Show Hal and his high school crush Jenny have been married for twenty three years, and they re in the process of launching their two teenagers into adulthood.



    2 thoughts on “Screamfree Parenting: The Revolutionary Approach to Raising Your Kids by Keeping Your Cool

    1. First of all, I really REALLY don't like the title of this book. I don't scream at my child, but of course anyone who sees me reading this will assume that is what I struggle with.Getting past the title though I gave this book 5 stars, not because I think it is the most amazing, revolutionary book out there, but because it is absolutely perfect for ME and helping me interact with my child the way I really want to. To me, its not about not screaming, its about not letting your child push your but [...]

    2. Even though my oldest is almost 4 he is showing some early signs of his strong will. And I wanted to figure out how to nurture that will instead of killing it and making it succumb to MY will. He is so smart and persistent and I never want him to lose those qualities. This book helped me see how I could help HIM to be who he needs to be without putting all my eggs in his basket. It helped me see how damaging it can be to a child to NEED them to listen and obey your every word or you will lose it [...]

    3. just like every parent, I like to read up on what other parents say about being a relaxed, calm parent and how to raise a good kid. So far, Hal doesn't have much to say. He quotes a lot of parenting movies (yes, we've all seen them). He throws in God and The Creator a lot (yes, he's religious, what does that have to do with good parenting or anything related to scream-free parenting?) He's supposed to be a family therapist and he's got two toddlers of his own. All I've picked up is that you need [...]

    4. I’m generally a calm guy. I don’t usually rant and rave or scream. But I also have a three-year old at home, a little person who has perfected the art of pushing my buttons and who can, with a few well timed and well-aimed misbehaviors, send me into froths of anxiety, sometimes leading me to raise my voice. I don’t like being that person.Runkel’s book actually doesn’t have different insight than other books I’ve read. It’s a new phraseology on the same old arguments, ideas about ho [...]

    5. This book is written in high Self-Help style, and I had to work to get past the terrible writing and into the messages the author is trying to convey. Fortunately, it is written in language simple enough for a child to follow, so a little extra work on the way wasn't much to ask. Here's an example of how bad the style is:The greatest thing you can do for your kids is learn to focus on yourself.That statement might not make complete sense right now. It might, in fact, seem downright offensive. Wh [...]

    6. I enjoyed this book and picked up several tips. The biggest tip was that we need to calm ourselves down in order to be a calm person for our children. It made me take a look at my parenting style and is helping me stay focused and in control when my 2 year old drives me nuts. Of course, parenting is difficult. Kids help us to grow up! That's his main two messages.

    7. Hayatımı değiştiren kitaplardan oldu. Sadece Anne ve babalar için değil herkesin okuması gereken bir kitap.

    8. my first parenting book and solid suggestions on how to handle yourself around your kids and how to be a role model and let them learn. going to start trying the suggestions with my little one and see how well I fair. hopefully it works.

    9. Not all parenting books are created equal - and not all books will apply to every family. That being said, this book is EXACTLY what I personally needed to hear. The title is misleading, it really isn't just telling you to "stop yelling at your kids." The philosophy is much more. It taught me a totally different view of parenting so that I won't get mad in the first place. Then if I do get mad, it helps me to reconsider what is really going on. Some of my favorite tag lines are: * You are respon [...]

    10. I read this book in complete desperation. I had never screamed as hard as I did yesterday and I took a big look at myself and decided it just had to change. I have good kids, they don't need to have someone (namely me) screaming at them ALL THE TIME. This has been the summer of the yell.As for the book, I was at first quite cautious. It started in on the whole idea of fixing yourself, worrying about yourself, making yourself better, which initially got my shackles up because I'm so tired of the [...]

    11. 3 1/2 stars! Not because the book wasn't good but because I didn't quite understand all of what he was saying. I don't usually read self help books so this was different for me. I have been the parent that asks nice over and over and gets ignored until I have yelled to be heard. I hate that parent.everyone does. I liked that he tells you to focus on yourself and what you can control rather than what you can't (the kids). I also wanted him to tell me what to DO more specifically in each situation [...]

    12. Elimde kalem sanki ders çalışır gibi okuduğum bir kitap oldu: üzerine notlar aldım, bir çok yerin altını çizdim, kendime sorular sordum. Ne yapacağınızı soyluyor ama nasıl yapacağınıza karışmıyor. hani oyle "efsane çözümler" onermiyor. sadece sizin kendinizin, ailenizin dinamiklerinin farkına varmanızı ve kendi yolunuzu çizmeniz konusunda sizi yureklendiriyor. daha once okudugum ebeveyn kitaplarindan cok cok farkli.

    13. This book really helped me with issues I have been struggling with. There are so many amazing things that hit me right on the spot. I can't wait to apply it to my life. This book is not about screaming at your children. It is about how to have stronger relationships without reacting in anger, checking out, or escaping. I would recommend it to anyone! I am not saying I scream at my children all the time or even a lot, BUT I have a nice list of things that I do can now to help me a better Mother, [...]

    14. Audiobook. Nothing is greater or more empowering than to know that YOU are in charge of your own emotions, behavior, feelings and control. Gratefully, I've been taught this all my life. But it is a reminder worth taking and this quick, relatable book was the ticket.

    15. The central tenant of this book: if you scream at your kids (or anyone, for that matter), then you’re out of control and have lowered yourself to a child’s level, and are competing with the child for who’s demands will be met. The author’s solution is that parents should focus more on themselves, managing their own emotions and avoiding knee-jerk reactionary responses. In this way, your children will learn to become more self-directed and better learn to control themselves, rather than r [...]

    16. I just finished the "Screamfree Parenting," and I want to recommend it to all parents. It kind of reminded me of a "Solo Partner" for parents where it teaches you to not focus so much on your children and instead on yourself and your actions. I picked this up when I found myself resorting back to yelling if the kids were listening or were just being plain rotten. I had kicked the habit of doing that, and I didn't want to pick it up again. Checking out my recommendations, I decided to buy this b [...]

    17. In spite of myself. And in spite of my initial impressions when I began the book. I really learned from this. Ok, so a lot of it I already knew. But the way this was presented helped me to think of things in a new way that was somehow empowering to me. I am learning! And it appears that every one in the household has some growing up to do.Some main points1. No screaming. But there are more ways to scream than just screaming. 2. Be calm, cool, and connected. This is hard. If I'm not going to yell [...]

    18. There are six keys to being a ScreamFree parent:1. Give your child physical and emotional space – see children as individuals in their own right, with their own lives, decisions and futures.2. Don’t preach or threaten – let the consequences of a child’s choice do the screaming.3. Be an advocate for your child’s development.4. Change your vocabulary – don’t label children or pigeonhole how they see themselves. Labels can be very destructive and should be avoided at all costs.5. See [...]

    19. I picked this book up at the library because the title describes exactly how I need to do better as a parent! However, I read the first two chapters and was thoroughly disappointed. First, it seemed much more geared to parenting older children and how to deal with their decisions and behavior that you cannot control. So maybe if I had older children I would have liked it more. However, since I have a toddler at home, it wasn't as applicable. I also did not like how the author's whole approach se [...]

    20. Favorite lines:1. "Your number one leadership role in the family is that of a calming authority" (7).2. "Emotional reactivity is our worst enemy when it comes to having great relationships" (14).3. "To be 'in charge' as a parent means inspiring your children to motivate themselves" (29).4. "The ultimate goal of parenting is to launch our children into an adulthood where they are self-directed, decisive, and responsible people" (70).5. "What you say about your kids is more important than what you [...]

    21. I thought this had many good ideas and concepts. I need to buy my own copy so that I can read it about 6 times a year to remind myself! I didn't agree with some things. I especially don't agree that kids should be allowed to do what they want with their own space (their bedrooms) I'm sorry, but I pay the mortgage. If they want free reign over the condition of the room then I will take my house, divide up the mortgage per square foot and charge them rent. THANK YOU VERY MUCH! Poor Hal Runkel is r [...]

    22. I like the approach this book takes in regard to parenting. I really hate when parenting feels like a battle and this gave some good tips to eliminate the battle. It's more of consequences tied to action parenting. I have already started using a few of the suggestions and I've seen more peace in myself and my home.

    23. A very decent book that essentially is a kind of dumbed down version of buddhism without mentioning Buddha. Runkel councils parents to focus on themselves before focusing on the children, by using the notion that you can't love anyone until you fully love yourself.

    24. I wasn't really feeling what the author was saying throughout most of the book. Chapter 2 was probably my least favorite chapter. I did enjoy chapter 9 and maybe a couple others that reminded me of a few things I use to do with my children when they were younger.

    25. I devoured this book. It was easy to read with a quick flow. At first glance I though this book was going to be full of finger pointing, and ways to help become screamfree. But this book surprised me. It lays out a background of why some parents are emotionally reactive to their children and how they themselves can learn to calm their own anxiety. How parents are responsible to their children and not for. I know that sounds crazy but once you read this book it makes sense. It taught some techniq [...]

    26. Farklı bir bakış açısı var kitabın. Bir çok noktada hak veriyorsunuz ama uygulamak o kadar kolay değil sanırım. bir de cocuk yetiştirmenin kültürle çok ilgisi var. sanki kitaptaki örnekler bizim çocuklara pek uygun değil gibi. ama cocuklara karşı sinirlenme ve öfkelenmenin temelinde kendimizle ilgili sorunlar yattığına inanıyorum. Çoçuk yetiştiren herkese bol şans :)

    27. Nie tak revolučné ako tvrdí názov, ale stále celkom dobrý sumár nápadov a prístupov ako komunikovať s deťmi.

    28. Kitabı sırf bitirmiş olmak için okudum. Anlatım çok sıkıcı herhangi bir farklı bakış açısı yok çözüm diye gösterdiği şeyler ki bunu da kitabın sonlarına doğru anlatmış benim çocuğumda çok işe yarayacak şeyler değil😄

    29. کتاب خیلی خوبیه. خوندنشو به همه والدین توصیه میکنم. شامل راهکارهای عملی برای تربیت فرزندان

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