Ms Parnass understands what kids need! Some people are gifted musicians, others are amazing storytellers and a few can help those who truly are in desperate need. Wrap together the musician, storyteller and the person with a heart to help others and you have one Ava Parnass. One of their primary needs is love and the need to be listened to, really listened to. It seems like listening is something that should come naturally to all of us, yet with the frenetic pace of today’s world and multiple demands on our time, we may not listen to our children in ways that are meaningful to them.
Understanding that Ms. Parnass wrote “Listen to Me, Please! Time-In, Not Time-Out,” co-written with Dr. Ron Taffel, featuring new techniques with conversation starters and the use of pictures and words to help parents and children learn without time-out. This book is a game changer, Ms Parnass coined the phrase Time-In Not Time Out and shows parents exactly how to do that!
The book is part parenting field guide and part interactive story book. It’s a book both parents and children will want to return to again and again. Using this book with children is fun and helps connect with them on a deeper level. Use it and watch misbehavior disappear! It’s pure relationship magic! Excerpts from the book appeared in Nick Jr. Family Magazine for 3 consecutive months.
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