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We can not raise a happy child if we are constantly screaming threats at them. No parent sets out to hurt their child, but this type of parenting does just that. To raise a happy child that wants to behave, you need to retrain yourself first. You need to change the way you think and react to their behavior. You need to understand your triggers and heal yourself. Only then you can begin to heal your relationship with your children.

Making the decision to be a positive parent will benefit your whole family. You will find that your children want to behave and follow your rules. You will be less stressed out by the end of the day. Your house will not feel like a battle zone. Instead, you can create a home full of peace and love for the whole family.

This audiobook will show you why strict and permissive parenting do not work. You will learn just how easy it is to embrace a positive parenting style. While learning how to be a positive parent, you will not only heal the relationship with your children but heal yourself along the way.

©2015 Jennifer N. Smith (P)2019 Jennifer N. Smith

What listeners say about Stop Yelling and Love Me More, Please Mom.

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Nice information

I think this book is very informative. I wish I had read something similar or listened to something similar. When I was growing up my mom always yelled at us, she always came frustrated from work. She was always tired and didn’t keep communication with us, my sister and I. So, now that I have my children, I see how somehow I am reacting the same way as her and how it does affect my child, but I really want to be able to change that and this book it’s a great start.

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The voice and tone was annoying

The tone that the content was approached sounded like pleading and desperation. Very annoying to listen. Too bad.

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From nothing to something

this book has helped me understand the difference in parenting, being a first time mom is difficult but having a book explain how and what you can do to better yourself as a parent for a happy baby

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condescending and for those who don't know anythin

I was hoping to get some good tips and some skills under my belt. Unfortunately, I was talk to you like I was a moron who didn't have a basic thought processes. extremely disappointed cannot believe I wasted my money and I cannot believe there are so many 5-star reviews. Does a lot of talk on toddlers which would be awesome if I had one or at the name toddlers was in the title.

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No depth

I was disappointed with the length of the book and the overall depth of material. It had one or two reminder tips that could’ve been learned by gleaning and article. Not worth the read.

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Short read (listen)

I was disappointed at the (absence of) depth this went into. The chapters were breezed through and seemed repetitive.

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Great Listen

This was easily understood, very informational, and to the point. The content was read very well, and wasn't monotone or boring at all. Information provided was thoughtful, made sense, promoted constructive self analization, and I will use what I have learned, to apply to my life. I hope to apply everything mentioned within this audio book successfully.

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Voice sounded like a robot

No real world tips given. Poor recording.
The voice sounded like a robot so it was difficult to listen to.

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Expecting More

I thought it would be longer. I expected more information. It was still good. Something quick to hear.

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Horrible Narration

The narration on this sounds as robotic as the “advice”. Nothing in this entire book details or provides the slightest suggestions on the subject of the very title; Recommendations on how to respond, versus react & “raising your voice” when unacceptable behavior is being exhibited by a child. Waste of money and time.

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  • 09-09-20

not enough explanation

a good overall explanation but not enough explanation on key issues. I was left with more questions on how to achieve being a positive parent.