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    The pioneering experts behind the bestselling The Whole-Brain Child - Tina Payne Bryson and Daniel J. Siegel, the New York Times bestselling author of Brainstorm - now explore the ultimate child-raising challenge: discipline. Highlighting the fascinating link between a child’s neurological development and the way a parent reacts to misbehavior, No-Drama Disciplineprovides an effective, compassionate road map for dealing with tantrums, tensions, and tears - without causing a scene. 

    Defining the true meaning of the “d” word (to instruct, not to shout or reprimand), the authors explain how to reach your child, redirect emotions, and turn a meltdown into an opportunity for growth. By doing so, the cycle of negative behavior (and punishment) is essentially brought to a halt, as problem solving becomes a win/win situation. Inside this sanity-saving guide you’ll discover

    • strategies that help parents identify their own discipline philosophy - and master the best methods to communicate the lessons they are trying to impart 
    • facts on child brain development - and what kind of discipline is most appropriate and constructive at all ages and stages
    • the way to calmly and lovingly connect with a child - no matter how extreme the behavior - while still setting clear and consistent limits
    • tips for navigating your children through a tantrum to achieve insight, empathy, and repair
    • twenty discipline mistakes even the best parents make - and how to stay focused on the principles of whole-brain parenting and discipline techniques.

    Complete with candid stories and playful illustrations that bring the authors’ suggestions to life, No-Drama Discipline shows you how to work with your child’s developing mind, peacefully resolve conflicts, and inspire happiness and strengthen resilience in everyone in the family.

    ©2014 Daniel J. Siegel and Tina Payne Bryson (P)2014 Random House Audio

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    "Wow! This book grabbed me from the very first page and did not let go. Daniel Siegel and Tina Payne Bryson explain extremely well why punishment is a dead-end strategy. Then they describe what to do instead. By making the latest breakthroughs in brain science accessible to any parent, they show why empathy and connection are the royal road to cooperation, discipline, and family harmony." (Lawrence J. Cohen, PhD, author of The Opposite of Worry)

    "Using simple and clear explanations, practical advice, and cartoons that make the how-to guidance come alive, this book is a rich resource for families trying to navigate meltdowns and misunderstandings. It explains how neurobiology drives children’s infuriating and puzzling behavior and will help parents make their way through the trenches of a typical day with grace, mutual respect, and a good helping of delight." (Wendy Mogel, PhD, author of The Blessing of a Skinned Knee)

    "What a relief! Siegel and Bryson take the difficulty out of discipline, for parents or anyone who has to help kids behave. No-Drama Discipline offers a research-based, commonsense approach that any grown-up will be happy to use, and any kid will benefit from." (Daniel Goleman, author of Emotional Intelligence)

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    For All Parents

    This book gives some great practical advice to help decrease the drama at home. Our home is much more relaxed and fun since trying these techniques.

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    • Andrew G. Hammond
    • 30/03/2018

    Unfocused presentation of great ideas.

    While ostensibly written for parents, this book is wordy, repetitious and unintentionally condescending. The authors have enormously valuable information but fail to present it in a concise and direct format. There is so much repetition and careful couching of concepts that I found it difficult to stay focused on the book.

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    • Mark Anderson
    • 15/05/2015

    It will change the way you parent!

    If you could sum up No-Drama Discipline in three words, what would they be?

    This book helped me with my daughter in so many ways. I have a new understanding of why certain things I did didn't work. This book is priceless for parents in my opinion.

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    • Ian Mcewen
    • 14/06/2017

    most helpful parenting book I've ever "read".

    I will recommend this book to anyone that is struggling with their parenting or is having issues with their self confidence with their parenting.
    Daniel and Tina comfort you while also providing insight into the mechanics of brain development and invite you to be more curious about why our children behave the way they do. they give you strategies paired with questions/comments to ask and make. I've used them in moments of upset with my 5 year old and have had beautiful moments of connection after she has settled her big feelings. There was one day, where she cried for 50 minutes. First it was because it was time to get on the bus (no Wi-Fi for the iPad) then it was that she wanted to go for dinner, and then she wanted a treat. It was loud and unrelenting. I struggled to get through it and my internal dialogue was less than positive at times (brat, ungrateful, spoiled) but it also included sympathy for her big feelings and an understanding that it was probably about something else. In the end, through her tears, she said, I just want a big big big big... hug. I held her and she said, I don't know why I'm crying. I don't know what's wrong with me. such simple words but they made me realise that there are moments we all have that we are confused and lost. me getting mad at her for that would have made me feel like a terrible mother. I'm still learning to stay calm and allow my kids to have those moments of loud and intense emotions so will definitely listen to this book when I am struggling.

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    • L.
    • 18/09/2018

    Awful

    I really wanted to love this book. But there's so little practical advice, I was wondering if the authors are really parents. Save your money and time and read "How to talk so little kids will listen" instead. You will learn some practical tips you can use everyday as a parent from that book

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    • asseret
    • 07/11/2017

    Read the whole brain child instead

    Even though this is an excellent book, the whole brain child is better by far. I felt that some of the ideas where repetitive, and I didn’t find any new information compared to what I read in the Whole Brain Child. Having said that, this book was great too. I enjoyed it a lot and finished it fast.

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    • G Busi
    • 23/02/2015

    I Can See Light At The End Of My Tunnel

    I had reached the end of my rope with my 11 year old daughter's disrespect and defiance. After listening to No-Drama Discipline and using some of the technics taught in it I feel empowered! I actually understand my daughter's behavior much better and I now have the tools to direct and teacher her the proper way to handle herself when she doesn't want to do something. Instead of battling with her and handing out a punishment I'm able to step back and recognize which part of her brain she is using and help her move to the part of her brain that allows her to make better choices!! Thank you Drs Daniel and Tina!

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    • Anastasia
    • 03/02/2018

    I'd like my parents to discipline me like that when I was a kid!

    I've read lots of parenting books and so far encountered only two (including this one) which technics not only work but help to bond with your child. This book focuses on not how to make your child to do what you want, but how to teach your child so they understand why they need to behave that way. And this is one of the biggest parenting goals to make our children independent adults, who knows how to make good choices whether they are with us or not.

    Sometimes it's a bit repetitive but this makes you see author message from various sides and remember it.

    The second best book about parenting is "How to Talk So Kids Will Listen, and How to Listen So Kids Will Talk" Adele Faber. Another book about respectful parenting. Strongly recommend both books!

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    • Visa
    • 31/05/2018

    not practical information

    they speak alot about keeping and remaining patient and rational. which is a fantastic truth, but when referring to the title "no drama discipline" should really be called "no discipline. DRAMA!!" o.m.g where do I start, so many things wrong in here. they make the kid there 'equal' partner. and fill them up with nurture and coddling, because they don't want them to ever feel rejected when the kid does wrong. how does this prepare them for the real world? it's no wonder why teachers struggle with these kids in there classes today, because of this "new York bestseller" load of garbage. What's going to happen when they get a job and they talk back to there boss, (or as a student to their teacher) is the boss going to apologize and say "sorry if I lashed out at you, that was inappropriate, it's ok if u FEEL like not doing your job today, we'll get it better tomorrow." or another one; everything has to be "silly", junior doesn't want to sit in a car seat so instead of plopping the kid into the car seat and dealing with it, they said no that takes up too much negative energy so let's make it fun and laugh and smile and say let's sit on the invisible man while giggling. so there approach to every opposition the kid creates is to make it silly and fun. sorry that's no way preparing them for school, work, real life relationships. how bout just do what I say and deal with it. cry all u want, but it's life sometimes we have to do things we don't FEEL like doing period. this book is a joke and makes me sad that this has been taken so seriously to become n.y. best seller and even to the extent of it being adopted as doctrine for some institutions, when all its doing is grooming our kids for selfishness, neediness, and why me's, no lessons here. just pure coddling and parents apologizing

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    • Yui094
    • 05/03/2015

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    Thought provoking book. I have already implemented some of the techniques in the book. I'm trying not to be reactive but rather I'm trying to connect with my child.

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    • JF
    • 04/08/2015

    Terrific book, terrific narrators.

    I have listened to both The Whole Brain Child and No Drama Discipline and look forward to Brainstorm next. This book has helped me identify things I do correctly and not only things I can improve on but things I can repair. It has already impacted my relationship with both children (12 & 8), my wife, and business colleagues. I can't recommend these books enough. Thank you to all involved.

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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 29/04/2019

    I loved it!

    I loved it! I am a mother of 2 boys, 3 and 6 years old, and I have found it very useful in my daily life. The technics and the advices indicated in this book worked in my case, I started to have results pretty fast. I defenitly recommended!

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    • Rasha f.
    • 19/11/2018

    Must read/listen to by all parents

    The book is easy to follow and the narration is good. I loved this book and I encourage parents who are looking for answers for similar questions like the following:
    What is the difference between spoiling kids and connecting with kids?
    How to communicate with kids depending on which part of their brain is working at any time.

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    • Ana
    • 07/06/2021

    Excellent reminder for parents

    I loved the book and it came to me just at the right moment. I liked how the authors give lots of positive and negative examples pointing out that nobody's perfect and that we shoudn't judge ourselves for not keeping it together all the time. By understanding that kids do not give us the hard time but rather go through hard times when they most need our love and support, gives a different perspective on challenges we face. I higly recommend the book. This is my first audio book. I always thought that by listening it would be harder to focus, but I found pleasure in being able to listen to it as I walk, commute or cook. I actually now wish I bought the last book in audio format rather than print edition. It's much faster this way and I stayed connected to the story (not reading it for months as usual).

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    • Daydreamer
    • 23/05/2021

    ☆☆☆☆☆

    I highly recommend this book to any parent. All books by Daniel Siegel are absolute must-reads for parents, especially for those who like logical science-based explanations for our children's and our own behaviors. Excellent! I also love the author's voice. So gentle and calming, almost meditative. Thank you!

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    • Ioannis D.
    • 15/02/2020

    Very useful, practical advice that works!

    In my opinion, it should be in the required reading list of every parent. The methods do take some practice but are (mostly) easy to recall during critical situations. I'll be reading this again and probably also purchasing the print version. Great job, thank you!

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    • Felix
    • 20/12/2018

    Practicle and understandable

    I will use the notions of the book and from the first results I can say that the time spent listening is worth it