Nurturing with Love and Wisdom, Disciplining with Peace and Respect: A mindful guide to parenting

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SKU: 2267 Brands: Diane Tillman


About this product

NURTURING WITH LOVE AND WISDOM, DISCIPLINING WITH PEACE AND RESPECT features a mindful approach to parenting which enables parents to cultivate greater clarity and insight while sharing moments with their children.

The book contains researches, insights and tips on how to build healthy emotional and social skills, building positive behaviour, developing responsibility and discipline, and helping children handle their challenges respectfully and independently. In the book, Diane speaks directly to parents about topics such as bullying, drug or sexual abuse. Tips on prevention of the above are listed, together with encouragement and self-help tips for the parents.

The guide carries profound benefits for parents, making parenting easier, more mindful and enjoyable – and kindle even more balance, love, peace and fulfilment for every family member. It is also a valuable read for all educators, care takers, children and youth institutions.


About the author Diane Tillman

Diane is an expert in educational psychology, values-education, marriage and family therapy and a regular meditator. She helped create a global values-education initiative, authored 15 resource books on values education and circled the globe numerous times to hold seminars on Living Values Education and personal development in more than 30 countries. She has facilitated values education seminars for UNESCO, street children agencies, educators and parent facilitators, at universities and schools and in refugee camps.

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Weight 0.700 kg



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4 reviews for Nurturing with Love and Wisdom, Disciplining with Peace and Respect: A mindful guide to parenting

  1. Kurt Krueger, Middle School Teacher

    “Anyone who reads this parenting book will thank God for it. I only wish that it had been around when our children were all in the house. It covers everything I could ever want as a caring parent.”

  2. Lygia Monteiro

    I bought the book immediately and it is something I leaf through constantly. It has a pure and profound energy, I love the style, layout and font. The message encourages the reader to turn inwards and reflect on the powers and qualities of the self, in order to bring these to the relationships with others.

    It is extremely easy to read and understand, I love it.

  3. Nicole

    Caroline Druiff, School Counselor, School Psychologist
    This is the first book I’ve read that puts together so many positive ways for parents to interact with their children to teach them how to be good and loving people. I really like Diane’s straightforward approach. She gives suggestions parents can use immediately.

  4. Nicole

    Association for Living Values Education International
    I find this book for parents to be a very practical and authentic guide that invites parents to help nurture and support their children as they grow from infancy into adulthood. What makes this book stand out is its realism, coherence, clarity and depth based on research and Diane’s vast experience of working with parents during her distinguished career. As I reviewed the contents, I was particularly touched by the invitational style that invited the reader to reflect on their own childhood and parenting perspective, and how to simply be an even better parent. Some of the issues such a how to deal with bullying, drugs, social media and abuse are profound in their practicalities- yet, equally, so too, are they important elements of ‘Taking Care of You’ and the recurrent theme of ‘Us Time’ – that loving and trusting relationship between parent and child that underpins and strenghtens the personal living.

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