Be a Happier Parent with NLP
Practical guidance and neurolinguistic programming techniques for fulfilling, confident parenting
By Judy Bartkowiak
You want to be a happier parent, with happier and more confident children - find the key to success with NLP.
Be A Happier Parent with NLP will give you exactly the skills you need to raise a confident, secure child in a confident and secure manner. It uses the tried, trusted and proven techniques of neuro-linguistic programming to help tackle areas in which you feel you lack confidence as a parent, while at the same time giving you the skills to help your child be happy, fulfilled and confident themselves. You will find yourself feeling less guilty, more in control, and communicating better with your child - at the same time you will be able to support your child in difficult situations and help them grow into a well-rounded adult.
The book is filled not just with practical advice for harassed mums and dads, but also hundreds of NLP exercises which really do work, and which will help you to review your progress, tackle challenging times and generally be a happier parent.
Judy Bartkowiak is a Master NLP Practitioner and NLP Business Practitioner who also has a Diploma in Personal and Pastoral Counselling. In addition to her background in NLP, Judy worked in children's marketing for over 10 years and has a unique insight into the behaviour of children and teenagers. She is now a writer and coach who works with parents and children.
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28 Jan 2011
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Judy Bartkowiak writes with an ease and clarity that will appeal to both those who are new to NLP and those who are already completely familiar with the concepts. This book is a must read for all parents who want to find a new way to connect with their children — Gemma Bailey, founder of NLP4Kids
'This book is a long overdue 'must read' for anyone who truly cares about future generations. Judy writes with practical compassion and love.' — Sue Knight, author of NLP at Work
'I felt comfortable in the company of the author ... she is someone I could trust' — Sisters Magazine