Transformative Parenting: The Empathic, Empowering Approach to Optimal Parenting and Personal Growth

Full Life Press, LLC
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Parenting offers an exceptional opportunity for inner spiritual growth and personal transformation. This potential has been unappreciated in both the parenting and spiritual communities - until now! 

In Transformative Parenting: The Empathic, Empowering Approach to Optimal Parenting and Personal Growth, esteemed psychiatrist Edward V. Haas M.D. has woven together threads of knowledge drawn from his considerable experience in the realms of psychology, medicine, spirituality, and martial arts. The resulting tapestry suggests an integrated way of being, one that combines the knowledge and power of adulthood with the wisdom, openness and joy of childhood.

Transformative Parenting® encompasses not only the nurturing and teaching aspects of parenting, but also charts a course through the previously unexplored process of uncovering our hidden hang-ups and misconceptions about the world, through our interactions with our child. 

Through a careful, step-by-step explanation of how human beings learn, Dr. Haas shows us how and why we all have false, limiting beliefs that cause us see the world and ourselves incorrectly. Misconceptions that keep us from fully realizing our potential and experiencing the present as a place of wonder, discovery and opportunity. He then shows us how our children can help us uncover those false beliefs, how we can correct them, and how we can avoid limiting our children by inadvertently passing those beliefs on to them. 

The result is greater self-awareness, understanding, empowerment, and empathy in ourselves; and the development of compassion, confidence, and happiness in our child. 

Additionally, understanding the theory and following the approach laid out in Transformative Parenting, will ensure that you and your child have a relationship that is secure, based on mutual respect, understanding, and love, is fully enriching for both of you, and is free from the stress and conflict inherent in other parenting methods. 

You owe it to yourself, and your child, to read this book carefully. Do it now!

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About the author

Author Edward V. Haas, M.D. became a doctor late in life. In his varied past, he worked as a dishwasher, emergency room attendant, stockbroker, financial analyst, computer consultant, HIV/AIDS prevention outreach worker, and as an early childhood service coordinator for developmentally delayed children. He decided to become a doctor in his late 30's, fulfilling a lifelong dream. His medical training and experience included extended work in pathology, family practice medicine, and psychiatry. He has also trained in Jungian psychoanalysis. Always a "seeker", his spiritual studies have taken him to India and Nepal, and his martial arts training to China. 

Catalyzed by the birth of his daughter, Transformative Parenting can be seen as a distillation of the knowledge he gained from these disparate experiences. Writing it allowed him to discover the meaning and purpose of his life: To spread awareness of the unique power and importance of children as catalysts for self-discovery, renewal, and rebirth.

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Publisher
Full Life Press, LLC
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Published on
Nov 12, 2018
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Pages
195
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ISBN
9780996340809
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Language
English
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Genres
Family & Relationships / Parenting / General
Psychology / Developmental / Child
Self-Help / Personal Growth / General
Self-Help / Personal Growth / Happiness
Self-Help / Spiritual
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