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Trailer ð Uno, due, tre... respira! PDF by å Carla Naumburg I m not a parent, but I think the information in this book would be highly accessible to adults, children, new readers, and mindfulness pros The language is simple and presented in a logical way The suggestions and activities are easy to do and easy to scale as you and your child progress in the practice I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Thoughtful, practical and funny A good, easy read with tips that I ll come back to I like that the author is humble she s not a perfect parent either Bonus is that my 10 year old was intrigued by the cover and kept trying to read over my shoulder.
Better late than never I do wish I d read this when my people were a little younger Useful, practical, not too preachy.
Another down to earth, wonderfully accessible book on how to bring mindfulness into our families Carla provides a framework for mindfulness that is easy to understand and even realistically implemented in busy family life Plenty of concrete examples and exercises I only wish I d had this book when my kiddo was younger I m not a parent, but I think the information in this book would be highly accessible to adults, children, new readers, and mindfulness pros The language is simple and presented in a logical way The suggestions and activities are easy to do and easy to scale as you and your child progress in the practice I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Thoughtful, practical and funny A good, easy read with tips that I ll come back to I like that the author is humble she s not a perfect parent either Bonus is that my 10 year old was intrigued by the cover and kept trying to read over my shoulder.
Better late than never I do wish I d read this when my people were a little younger Useful, practical, not too preachy.
Another down to earth, wonderfully accessible book on how to bring mindfulness into our families Carla provides a framework for mindfulness that is easy to understand and even realistically implemented in busy family life Plenty of concrete examples and exercises I only wish I d had this book when my kiddo was younger This book is has great basic information on mindfulness and is full of tools for the proverbial parenting toolkit I also found the resource section to be quite good.
Most of the information presented wasn t new , however it is presented in an easy to read understand format with relatable stories from the author Each chapter has applicable exercises to do as a parent and with a child Highly recommend having this book on hand and bookmarking useful pages Essere Genitori Pu Rivelarsi Stressante E Quando I Bambini Fanno I Capricci, Non Facile Mantenere Il Controllo, Men Che Meno Riuscire A Calmarli Uno, Due, Tre Respira Ti Offre Soluzioni Concrete Per Affrontare Con Serenit Le Piccole Sfide Quotidiane Assieme Al Tuo Bambino Imparerai Semplici E Divertenti Esercizi Di Mindfulness Da Praticare Tutti Assieme Per Gestire Con Saggezza Anche Le Emozioni Pi ProblematicheI Bambini, Soprattutto Quelli Pi Piccoli, Devono Imparare A Esprimere Sentimenti Talvolta Complessi, A Prestare Attenzione E A Fare Le Scelte Giuste, Ma Non Sempre Ci Riescono Scoppiano Allora Lotte Di Potere Che Rischiano Di Far Sentire Frustrati E Impotenti I Genitori, Mentre Il Bambino Accumula Sempre Pi StressCon Giochi Divertenti, Attivit Ed Esercizi, Uno, Due, Tre Respira Ti Aiuta A Insegnare Ai Figli A Gestire Lo Stress, Far Fronte A Emozioni Spiacevoli E Migliorare La Capacit Di Attenzione E Il Bello Che Lo Farai In Tutta Serenit La Mindfulness Pu Davvero Fare La Differenza Nel Modo In Cui Ti Relazioni Al Tuo Bambino Respirare, Rimanere Concentrati Sull Istante Presente E Osservare Risolvere Crisi, Bisticci E Momenti Di Stress Diventer Un Gioco Da Ragazzi I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I ve been neglecting my NetGalley shelf until recently and I m trying to work through those books and have come up with a few surprises lately.
This book suffered from a busy couple weeks over the labor day holiday and beyond Ironically, as I read this parenting book about mindfulness and meditation, I was constantly interrupted by my sweet darling, but also sometimes exhausting children So I never felt like I got into a flow for reading this book The book is based on the principles of mindfulness rather, noticing things and being curious about them in a compassionate way I ve tried several of the mindfulness exercises described in the book with my kids so far and with good results For example, our short 3 1 2 mile drive from daycare to home in the evening is usually punctuated by extreme I found this book really helpful as a parent, and for my own well being generally I found especially appealing and useful the definition of mindfulness that Dr Naumburg offers noticing what is happening right here and now, in a friendly and curious way, and then choosing what to do next As Dr Naumburg explains with humility and humor, mindfulness by this definition may sound simple, but can be very hard to do consistently So she breaks down her definition into sub goals noticing, being in the moment, being friendly and curious, and choosing each of which needs practice, and she offers in each of those categories a treasure trove of fun exercises gathered from parents who have found these helpful with their kids As someone who s been practicing for years and but still learned valuable new things from this book, as a parent but also fo It s worth reading, I mean really, what have you to lose Is it going to solve the problem of a breakdown and all your problems probably not But for me and my little one, it helped us learn together about the concept of mindfulness Since we read this, my little one has actually taken it upon himself to meditate and breathe at times when things are getting a little rough It did instill the concept in his head and for that I m grateful Now I just need to keep working on it with him.



Most of the information presented wasn t new , however it is presented in an easy to read understand format with relatable stories from the author Each chapter has applicable exercises to do as a parent and with a child Highly recommend having this book on hand and bookmarking useful pages This book is has great basic information on mindfulness and is full of tools for the proverbial parenting toolkit I also found the resource section to be quite good.
I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I ve been neglecting my NetGalley shelf until recently and I m trying to work through those books and have come up with a few surprises lately.
This book suffered from a busy couple weeks over the labor day holiday and beyond Ironically, as I read this parenting book about mindfulness and meditation, I was constantly interrupted by my sweet darling, but also sometimes exhausting children So I never felt like I got into a flow for reading this book The book is based on the principles of mindfulness rather, noticing things and being curious about them in a compassionate way I ve tried several of the mindfulness exercises described in the book with my kids so far and with good results For example, our short 3 1 2 mile drive from daycare to home in the evening is usually punctuated by extreme I found this book really helpful as a parent, and for my own well being generally I found especially appealing and useful the definition of mindfulness that Dr Naumburg offers noticing what is happening right here and now, in a friendly and curious way, and then choosing what to do next As Dr Naumburg explains with humility and humor, mindfulness by this definition may sound simple, but can be very hard to do consistently So she breaks down her definition into sub goals noticing, being in the moment, being friendly and curious, and choosing each of which needs practice, and she offers in each of those categories a treasure trove of fun exercises gathered from parents who have found these helpful with their kids As someone who s been practicing for years and but still learned valuable new things from this book, as a parent but also fo It s worth reading, I mean really, what have you to lose Is it going to solve the problem of a breakdown and all your problems probably not But for me and my little one, it helped us learn together about the concept of mindfulness Since we read this, my little one has actually taken it upon himself to meditate and breathe at times when things are getting a little rough It did instill the concept in his head and for that I m grateful Now I just need to keep working on it with him.

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