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Simplicity Parenting Today S Busier, Faster, Supersized Society Is Waging An Undeclared War On Childhood As The Pace Of Life Accelerates To Hyperspeed With Too Much Stuff, Too Many Choices, And Too Little Time Children Feel The Pressure They Can Become Anxious, Have Trouble With Friends And School, Or Even Be Diagnosed With Behavioral Problems Now, In Defense Of The Extraordinary Power Of Less, Internationally Renowned Family Consultant Kim John Payne Helps Parents Reclaim For Their Children The Space And Freedom That Allkids Need, Allowing Their Children S Attention To Focus And Their Individuality To Flourish.Based On Payne S Twenty Year S Experience Successfully Counseling Busy Families, Simplicity Parenting Teaches Parents How To Worry And Hover Less And How To Enjoy For Those Who Want To Slow Their Children S Lives Down But Don T Know Where To Start, Payne Offers Both Inspiration And A Blueprint For Change Streamline Your Home Environment The Average Child Has Than 150 Toys Here Are Tips For Reducing The Amount Of Toys, Books, And Clutter As Well As The Lights, Sounds, And General Sensory Overload That Crowd The Space Young Imaginations Need In Order To Grow Establish Rhythms And Rituals Predictability Routines And Transparency Knowing The Day S Plan Are Soothing Pressure Valves For Children Here Are Ways To Ease Daily Tensions, Create Battle Free Mealtimes And Bedtimes, And Tell If Your Child Is Overwhelmed Schedule A Break In The Schedule Too Many Activities May Limit Children S Ability To Motivate And Direct Themselves Learn How To Establish Intervals Of Calm In Your Child S Daily Torrent Of Constant Doing And Familiarize Yourself With The Pros And Cons Of Organized Sports And Other Enrichment Activities Scale Back On Media And Parental Involvement Back Out Of Hyperparenting By Managing Your Children S Screen Time To Limit The Endless And Sometimes Scary Deluge Of Information And Stimulation Parental Hovering Is Really About Anxiety By Doing Less And Trusting , Parents Can Create A Sanctuary That Nurtures Children S Identity, Well Being, And Resiliency As They Grow Slowly Into Themselves A Manifesto For Protecting The Grace Of Childhood, Simplicity Parenting Is An Eloquent Guide To Bringing New Rhythms To Bear On The Lifelong Art Of Parenting.

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[EPUB] ✶ Simplicity Parenting  ✻ Kim John Payne – 9tvuk.us
  • Hardcover
  • 256 pages
  • Simplicity Parenting
  • Kim John Payne
  • English
  • 04 January 2019
  • 0345507975

10 thoughts on “Simplicity Parenting

  1. says:

    I have mixed feelings about this one I think overall it deserves the four star rating because it makes many very important points and has a lot of helpful ideas for parents who want to protect their kids childhood It is well written and not at all dry or a difficult read On the other hand, I m not sure how to articulate thisI felt smothered by the authors, by the growing list of shalls and shalt nots, by the overwhelming number of things that I ought to be changing and not doing any a I have mixed feelings about this one I think overall it deserves the four star rating because it makes many very important points and has a lot of helpful ideas for parents who want to protect their kids childhood It is well written and not at all dry or a difficult read On the other hand, I m not sure how to articulate thisI felt smothered by the authors, by the growing list of shalls and shalt nots, by the overwhelming number of things that I ought to be changing and not doing any and throwing away and simplifying T...

  2. says:

    This is probably among my top ten favorite parenting books, which isnt TOO shabby It s obviously all about simplifying parenting and your kids lives I have to admit that I may have gone into this with the dirty motive of confirming my current beliefs regarding parenting and childhood because, let s be honest, isn t that why most of us read parenting books The first several chapters did in fact just reaffirm my beliefs and validate our current lifestyle we literally have none of the kinds This is probably among my top ten favorite parenting books, which isnt TOO shabby It s obviously all about simplifying parenting and your kids lives I have to admit that I may have gone into this with the dirty motive of confirming my current beliefs regarding parenting and childhood because, let s be honest, isn t that why most of us read parenting books The first several chapters did in fact just reaffirm my beliefs and validate our current lifestyle we literally have none of the kinds of toys he recommends disposing of and we have all the good ones, we have a very simple and relaxed schedule for our kids that includes predictable routines But then I got to the section on rhythms, and while I was self righteously expectingvalidation just being honest here , I realized that our family lacks some rhythms that could really strengthen individuals as well as the entire unit Same thing with the chapter about filtering adult content I m incredibly strict ...

  3. says:

    I am feeling extremely ambivalent about this book On the one hand, I agree with most of his thesis I think we all could do with simplifying I think clutter, mental and physical, is distracting, and I can imagine it would be even so for children, since they are going through so much growth and development That being said, I think the author makes simplifying seem superficial Like, if you clean up your house, turn off the TV, and do things in a lovely rhythm, your life will just magically I am feeling extremely ambivalent about this book On the one hand, I agree with most of his thesis I think we all could do with simplifying I think clutter, mental and physical, is distracting, and I can imagine it would be even so for children, since they are going through so much growth and development That being said, I think the author makes simplifying seem superficial Like, if you clean up your house, turn off the TV, and do things in a lovely rhythm, your life will just magically improve I see it as choosing to make changes on the inside, in your relationships, and so forth, that then are reflected in a desire to declutter I...

  4. says:

    November 10, 2014Just finished this for the second time and I loved it just as much as the first time I bought my own copy this time so I could highlight, which I did like crazy Will read again September 8, 2012Outstanding This book covers four areas for simplifying home and family.1 Environment The average American child receives 70 toys a year Kids don t need many toys to play, or any particular one What they need most of all is unstructured time 2 Rhythm A ten year ...

  5. says:

    I like Simplicity Parenting because it gives me a justification for my bohemian cheapskate impulses When my grown children tell me they need therapy because I denied them television and crappy plastic toys, I ll be able to place the blame squarely on Kim John Payne.Four stars may have been a bit ...

  6. says:

    Admittedly I didn t read every word or chapter in this book The basic premise being that kids are experiencing stress in small doses often enough that they behave similarly to kids that suffer from one big stress and have post traumatic stress disorder And so we simplify I guess I was already sold on the simplify idea and mostly just read looking for a few ideas We implemented the half the toys, then half them again to eliminate superfluous toys, while putting a fewimaginative, c Admittedly I didn t read every word or chapter in this book The basic premise being that kids are experiencing stress in small doses often enough that they behave similarly to kids that suffer from one big stress and have post traumatic stress disorder And so we simplify I guess I was already sold on the simplify idea and mostly just read looking for a few ideas We implemented the half the toys, then half them again to eliminate superfluous toys, while putting a fewimaginative, creative toys easily accessible P paints every day nowwhich isn t a problem, we just had to gear up to deal with the messoften I do admit that P noticed nothing missing, and did pull out a few of the toys she hadn t touched in ages, so we must have done something right But the big question i...

  7. says:

    OK, I would put this in one of my top parenting books It can be applied to any age kids It covers a lot of different areas of parenting I have followed a few of his suggestions and made changes in our family over the last few months I have seen some positive results I love it so much I may start making it my gift to my doula clients I wish I had read it when Thing 1 was a baby One of my other favorite parenting books is also Parenting Well in a Media Age But most people won t take the ti OK, I would put this in one of my top parenting books It can be applied to any age kids It covers a lot of different areas of parenting I have followed a few of his suggestions and made changes in our family over the last few ...

  8. says:

    3.5 stars In some ways I think this is the best parenting book I ve read I agreed with pretty much all of his ideas and I think a lot of people could really benefit from reading and implementing some of these strategies.That being said, this book was really long winded He spent the whole first chapter 35 pages trying to sell you on the idea of simplifying I was already sold on it before I picked up the book However, there was some interesting research in that part that was worth reading, 3.5 stars In some ways I think this is the best parenting book I ve read I agreed with pretty much all of his ideas and I think a lot of people could really benefit from reading and implementing some of these strategies.That being said, this book was really long winded He spent ...

  9. says:

    Can hardly believe I made it through the whole thing One of the key messages, and it s a good one, is that we can communicate better by saying less, but he takes a bazillion words to say that, explain it, and reiterate it ad nauseum The irony is overwhelming.We also don t need a hundred pages on why our kids have too many toys, and how to select which to get rid of It s just not that hard, dude Seriously, this book has a lot of great messages But it could literally have been a PAMPHLET and Can hardly believe I made it through the whole thing One of the key messages, and it s a good one, is that we can communicate better by saying less, but he takes a bazillion words to say that, explain it, and reiterate it ad nauseum The irony is overwhelming.We also don t need a hundred pages on why our kids have too many toys, and how to select which to get rid of It s just not that hard, dude Seriously, this book has a lot of great message...

  10. says:

    I really enjoyed this book I liked its focus on simplifying by streamlining environment, creating family rhythm, modifying schedules, and filtering out the adult world Some techniques we already employ pretty well Others we could be improved Content in this book is very common sense Interesting references to how simplifying provides a calming effect to children s behaviorparticularly those with attention focus issues In my opinion, a worthwhile read and a good reminder for a family l I really enjoyed this book I liked its focus on simplifying by streamlining environment,...

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