So many things go into being a good parent that it can be hard to keep track of all the details. But, with the help of these resources, you can easily find the answers to some of the most common questions about raising kids.
Due to the steady flow of information that’s available online, it’s hard to keep track of all the necessary resources for parenting.
Although it’s hard to choose just a few favorite parenting books, there are plenty of them you’ll love.
This list of parenting books can help you navigate the various issues you might be facing as a parent.
By Dr. Michele BorbaThrivers Michele Borba
In her second book, Thrivers, Michele talks about the various factors that help some kids become successful.
Today’s kids are more likely to be successful than ever before. Unfortunately, they’re not as happy.
Although many factors can help kids become successful, some of the most important traits are also in common with those who succeed.
The book, now available in a paperback, explores these traits and helps educators and parents identify the things that will help their kids succeed.
- Social Justice Parenting: How to Raise Compassionate, Anti-Racist, Justice-Minded Kids in an Unjust World
By Dr. Traci Baxley
It’s also essential to raise responsible kids, as Baxley so brilliantly states. This is about creating a better society for everyone.
The changes society is going through now are happening because of the efforts of educated and socially enlightened kids.
- The Explosive Child: A New Approach for Understanding and Parenting Easily Frustrated, Chronically Inflexible Children
By Ross W. Greene, PhD
Are you worried that your child is out of control and that they might respond to problems by screaming, crying, or hitting you? The explosive child by Ross Greene is a must-have for anyone who has tried everything else.
The practical and compassionate book will help you identify the steps you need to take to stop your child from developing destructive behaviors.
In The Explosive Child, Ross Greene explains how traditional discipline methods don’t work with kids with explosive behavior.
- Brain-Body Parenting: How to Stop Managing Behavior and Start Raising Joyful, Resilient KidsBrain-Body
By Mona Delahooke, PhD
According to Dr. Delahooke, behavior is only a symptom, and we should stop parenting reactively and focus on the things that are important to our kids.
Managing our expectations helps us understand and empathize with our kids. It also allows us to develop effective ways to help them succeed.