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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
When Parenting Is A Foreign Language by Diane Ross-Glazer is a useful book on parenting and gives a peek into a child's emotional world, allowing one to become more aware while bringing up kids. It's a book that can be read many times and can be used as a guide for reference. The personal stories and experiences in the book are useful for readers. The book educates readers on how to deal with tantrums and prevent children from misbehaving in public. The book helps parents to communicate with their kids in a better way, understand their behavior and gently guide them toward more acceptable patterns of behavior.
I will definitely recommend this book to all parents because it helps build up healthy relationships with one's kids. The author's tips are simple, easy to put into practice, and insightful. There is a lot of information in the book and it is an effective manual in bringing up children and maintaining a healthy relationship with them. Parenting can become difficult and complicated at times, and this book discusses how to approach and handle kids during difficult times, and create a healing experience. The four-step formula for handling a child during a difficult situation is indeed helpful to all parents. The book is written with humor and the author is able to tell readers how the mind of child works. The book is beneficial from the point of view of both parents and children.