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Navigating Emotions for Parents Ebook Review + Giveaway (Ends 9/5)



“Navigating Emotions for Parents is a collection of simple, in-the-moment mindfulness exercises to stop and change what we do when we feel upset so we can enjoy more time with our kids. Each exercise is only a page or two long and you can read one then practice it for a week or so and make it your own. By the end of the book you’ll have twenty useful tools to help you navigate the emotional waters of parenting. 

Written by mom of five, meditation facilitator and parent educator Amy Phoenix, Navigating Emotions for Parents points the way to helping ourselves and our children implement alternatives to harshness when we feel frustration, anger and even rage. More details can be found at: http://presenceparenting.com/navigating-emotions-ebook/.”



BMB Thoughts: I absolutely LOVED this book! As a parent, it helps to have as much knowledge as possible. I’ve been a mom for 8 years (almost 9) now and I can honestly say I still don’t know it all. I’ve had my moments as a parent where I feel like I have failed but my daughters continue to make me shine every single day regardless. The tips in this book are useful and I have already used a couple. I even have a favorite which I plan to put into effect starting today. It’s called The Speaking Notebook. You’ll learn more if you plan to read the book. The Speaking Notebook tip just fits me to a T. I love writing down everything I can whether it be thoughts, events, you name it. I’m confident you will find at least one tip out of these 20 in this book that will fit you. I have a feeling these tips for me are going to become most handy when my girls are teenagers. Still have a little ways yet before that happens BUT it’s best to get prepared as much as possible now. You can take as many parenting classes or read as many books as you want but you’ll never find yourself fully prepared for parenting. I thank Amy so much for writing this book. It mentions way I never thought possible that I could blow steam off without taking it out on my kids. Thank you Amy! 🙂

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Amy has given me the opportunity to give away a copy of this book to one of my readers.

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Giveaway ends on 9/5!

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