Ask More, Tell Less

A Practical Guide for Helping Children Achieve Self-Reliance

Non-Fiction - Relationships
294 Pages
Reviewed on 01/28/2016
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Ask More, Tell Less: A Practical Guide for Helping Children Achieve Self-Reliance by Greg Warburton is a useful tool for parents who feel frustrated with the behavior of their children, and find it difficult to handle their tantrums and moods. The book gives the right approach to parenting and will guide them to be better parents. It helps to open up communication between all members of the family. The ideas and methods discussed will transform anyone's parenting methods as behavioral problems will either vanish or diminish with the emergence of mutual dignity, respect, and maturity.

I recommend this book to all parents as it will guide them in handling difficult kids and making lasting changes in their relationships with each other. It's not only for parents, but also for counselors and therapists who work with and around difficult children. When parents learn to become less managing, children will become cooperative and manageable, putting a stop to painful clashes and making parenting and the growing up stages of children more pleasurable and hopeful. The simple solutions and small steps in the book are helpful for changes to happen more quickly.

The book is a good road map for any child traveler and helps parents to raise self-reliant children who are a boon to any society. The methods in the book will challenge the youth to think and decide for themselves in a respectful manner and get rid of their negative behavior patterns. An excellent guide for all parents who are looking for the right approach to parenting.