Parents, whether new or experienced, can be overwhelmed with contradictory parenting advice from friends, family, internet, books and videos. This new book addresses this plethora of information. "The Last Word on Parenting Advice" by bestselling author, Judy Arnall, offers parents that essential element of parenting confidence, so that when they seek specific parenting information, they draw upon a strengths-based model of "let's start with what we do well." Parents often agonize that every little detail of parenting, especially if it counters experts' advice, might wreck their kids forever. This is not the intent of parenting education and information. There are many good ways to parent, and a few not so good ways. Parents need to reclaim their confidence and say, 'This technique will not work for my child or my family, and that is okay!' "Parents know their children and their unique situations best," says author, Judy Arnall.
"The Last Word on Parenting Advice" is a trade paperback book with just one middle page of advice (All you need, on page 63) and many white notebook pages. It can be used as a purse sized journal, grocery list, memo or sketch pad, and makes a great baby-shower gift. Purchase of a book includes a free download of the 150 page ebook, "The Parenting Information Maze: An Overview of Parenting Philosophies, Styles and Programs and How to Find the Right Fit For Your Family," by Judy Arnall.