Even June Cleaver Would Forget the Juice Box
Cut Yourself Some Slack (and Raise Great Kids) in the Age of Extreme ParentingBook - 2007
For the millions of overscheduled, overstressed, overtired moms-here's a book that celebrates their right to be human! Mini Mozart tapes, Mommy & Me classes, play dates, story time, organic snacks, learn-French DVDs, swim lessons, piano lessons, even school before preschool-there's an incredible pressure on parents to ensure that their kids keep up with today's culture of ldquo;perfection.rdquo; But is the pace driving them crazy? Finally, there's a practical solution to the mommy madness. It's a simpler method for getting to the heart of what's most important without falling into the traps of extreme parenting. Even June Cleaver Would Forget the Juice Box helps women rewrite the rules for motherhood-and it's about time! Relying on years of experience helping moms work through real issues, author and revered psychologist Dr. Ann Dunnewold has developed a step-by-step plan to shift the mommy paradigm from nothing but perfect to perfectly good . So many parenting books peg the problems yet offer few actionable steps toward change. This book is different. It's a blueprint for the personal parenting style moms always wished they could embrace. And now they can. Filled with inspiring true stories and tangible steps for change, Even June Cleaver Would Forget the Juice Box shows women not only that it's okay to be human but how to do it.
Publisher: Deerfield Beach, Fla. : Health Communications, c2007.
Branch Call Number: 649.1 DU
Characteristics: 224 p.: cm.