“Life Is A Blender” by Yana Berlin, grips the reader’s attention from start to finish. The underlying strain of the book can easily be summed up as, “parenting with a refreshing difference.” This book is as pleasurable as reading an interesting novel; there is no direct thrust of long, drawn-out series of monotonous advice.
Yana candidly covers a vast panorama of topics which are an integral part of parenting. These range from the fundamentals of marital relationship, coping successfully with divorce, handling the pitfalls of single-parenting, importance of rules, discipline, chores and responsibilities in children, the relevance of bonding between siblings and the critical role grandparents play in the lives of young children.
Yana writes her personal life story in simple, easy-to-understand language, deftly touching the minds and hearts of her readers. Her advice may at times appear to be tough, but all the same effective as envisaged from her success as a devoted wife and mother to four accomplished children. Any parent willing to approach parenting with seriousness it deserves, can easily find this book a treasure.
‘Life Is A Blender’ personifies a rich blend of wisdom intermingled with proven strategies on raising kids to be happy, hard-working and successful adults- – – adults, who have the potential to making their parent’s proud. Hopefully, the valuable precepts on parenting found in this book, will be the ‘mantra’ for all those embarking on a parenting journey.
Raising children isn’t an easy job. It requires sacrifice, toughness, a whole lot of love, tenderness, affection and attention (though this is the easy part), all so that these little bundles of joy would grow up to be people you’ll be proud to call family. Luckily, this is not that difficult to do, all it takes is a little effort and a push in the right direction. Before anything can be said about how to teach emotional intelligence, it is important to understand that it is the position of this book and its author that what is referred to here as emotional intelligence is a complex interaction between in-born skills, instruction and experience. It is possible to teach the skills and attitudes that comprise emotional intelligence, through the process of social-emotional learning, and every person’s natural personality traits, skills and preferences will have a dramatic effect on that learning. This means that the best thing any parent can have when reading this book is an intimate understanding of both themselves and their child along with an understanding that those personal qualities will have a huge impact on the learning process. Methods that work very well for one child may fail completely with another. Even children that live in the same household will learn and develop differently. At the end of the day, remember that it is not only possible to raise your child’s emotional intelligence through instruction but also vital to their livelihood
Special Promo price of 99 cents for a limited time
Invest in your Child’s future — Read this book
I have written this book, keeping in mind that parents are extremely busy. It’s a quick read for any parent during their busy schedule. I have broken down this book into 15 chapters. Each chapter has 5 tips.
Over the years, I have talked to many parents about their problems. I have written this book by keeping those problems in mind.
I hope you will find my solutions useful.
What will you learn from this book?
5 Secrets To Get Your Kid To Listen
5 Secrets To Get Children To Do Their Homework
5 Secrets To Tame Your Kid’s Tantrum
5 Secrets To Improve Your Child’s Concentration
5 Secrets To Help Your Child Love School
5 Secrets To Get Kids To Clean Their Rooms
5 Secrets For Teaching Social And Emotional Skills To Kids
5 Secrets For Getting Kids To Eat Fruits & Vegetables
5 Secrets To Make Reading Fun For Your Kids
5 Secrets To Discipline Your Child
5 Secrets To Take Your Child Sleep On Time
5 Secrets To Increase Your Child’s Test Scores
5 Secrets To Help Your Child Build Self-Confidence
5 Secrets To Get Your Kids To Perform Household Chores