10 Best Parenting Books for Every Mom


A little help in the parenting department? Always a YES right? So I have put together a list of 10 best parenting books that are geared towards Moms in today’s post.

God knows, Moms need all the help they can get. They are the pillars of the family. We are the ones who keep the peace and calm in our homes. On one hand, we have the kids to look out for. On the other, we have our spouses to take care of.

But may I also add, lucky are those who get the full support of their spouses to take care of some crucial challenges that the family collectively faces. That subject should have a blog post of its own, so I will not elaborate on it today.

Being the rock of the family means that you need to keep yourself updated with what is going on all the time. You will need to have your parenting skills at top notch always. Why not get hold of some best parenting books that could give you a hand with this?  In this post, I am sharing 10 best parenting books that focus on the positive parenting techniques. Must-reads for every Mom!

10 Best Parenting Books for Every Mom


Best parenting books that share positive parenting techniques


1.The Whole Brained Child


This book introduces the revolutionary strategies to nurture your child’s developing mind by Daniel Siegel and Tina Payne, both doctors. The strategies contained in this book showcase how we can treat struggles and the book also has illustrations that allow you to explain some concepts you learn to your kids.


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2. Love and Logic by Foster Cline and Jim Fay


Want to learn how to raise self-confident kids? This is the book to read. Teach your kids to become self-motivated and responsible human beings.


3. How to Talk so Kids can Listen and How to Listen so Kids can Talk


Communication is an important element in parenting and this is the book to read if you want to improve communication and have effective interaction with your kids. Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish offer your actionable strategies to make this a success.


4. 1-2-3 Magic: 3 Step Discipline for Calm, Effective and Happy Parenting


Thomas Phelan knows that kids do not come with a manual but it is possible to parent right using some of the strategies that he outlines in this book.


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5. The Gift of Failure


Sometimes failure acts as a learning point and we, as parents, need to let the kids fail now and then so that they can learn. Follow Jessica Lahley as she shows you how to raise kids by letting them fail now and then.


6. The Conscious Parent


Kids often mirror parents. Hence we should transform ourselves into better people so that we can empower the kids. Shefali Tsabary gives you strategies on how to accomplish this.


7. Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids


Laura Mackham shows you how to stop yelling at your kids and start having connections that really matter. It will offer you simple but very effective strategies on how to foster a connection with your kids.

8. Positive Parenting by Rebecca Eanes


Parenting goes beyond just getting kids to behave. You should be able to connect with them emotionally and this book teaches you exactly how to do that.


9. Transforming the Difficult Child: The Nurtured Heart Approach


Howard Glasser and Jennifer Easley team up in this book to help you transform your difficult child into a good-hearted one, the right way.


10. The Happiest Baby on the Block


How can you soothe babies in a manner that will get them to sleep well and be calm? Harvey Karp introduces four important concepts that will allow you to transform your kid into the happiest one on the block.


With the holidays behind us and a new year on the horizon, it is the perfect time to brush up on and polish our positive parenting techniques. Be the best version of yourself and tackle Motherhood like never before with the help of these best parenting books.


Happy 2019 mamas! xoxo



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