The No-Cry Separation Anxiety Solution : Gentle Ways to Make Good-bye Easy from Six Months to Six Years

  • The No Cry Separation Anxiety Solution Gentle Ways to Make Good bye Easy from Six Months to Six Year
  • The No Cry Separation Anxiety Solution Gentle Ways to Make Good bye Easy from Six Months to Six Year
  • The No Cry Separation Anxiety Solution Gentle Ways to Make Good bye Easy from Six Months to Six Year
  • The No Cry Separation Anxiety Solution Gentle Ways to Make Good bye Easy from Six Months to Six Year
  • The No Cry Separation Anxiety Solution Gentle Ways to Make Good bye Easy from Six Months to Six Year
  • The No Cry Separation Anxiety Solution Gentle Ways to Make Good bye Easy from Six Months to Six Year
  • The No Cry Separation Anxiety Solution Gentle Ways to Make Good bye Easy from Six Months to Six Year
  • The No Cry Separation Anxiety Solution Gentle Ways to Make Good bye Easy from Six Months to Six Year
  • The No Cry Separation Anxiety Solution Gentle Ways to Make Good bye Easy from Six Months to Six Year
  • The No Cry Separation Anxiety Solution Gentle Ways to Make Good bye Easy from Six Months to Six Year
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A tear-free approach to child separation blues-from the bestselling 'No Cry' author a generation of parents have come to trust Almost every child suffers some sort of anxiety during their first six years of life. Babies cry when grandparents hold them, toddlers cling to mommy's leg, children weep when their parent leaves them at daycare, at school, or to go to work. This can cause frustration and stress in an already too-busy day and can break a parent's heart. Trusted parenting author Elizabeth Pantley brings you another winning no-cry formula that helps you solve these common separation issues. Pantley helps you identify the source of anxiety and offers simple but proven solutions. In this exciting addition to the series, she ingeniously includes a free “magic“ bracelet inside the book as a special tool for children to feel close to their parents-even when they're not together. This successful method gives anxious children something to remind them their parents aren't too far away-instantly providing them with the comfort and reassurance they need.

Product Details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1474 KB
  • Print Length: 176 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Up to 4 simultaneous devices, per publisher limits
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education; 1 edition (26 Mar. 2010)
  • Sold by:  Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003JH8648
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
  • X-Ray: Not Enabled
  • Word Wise: Not Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled

Customer Reviews

Brilliant book

One person found this helpful.
 on 4 March 2016
By Denisec86
I would highly recommend this book to anyone. As with all her of Elizabeth’s books it is very easy to read. The tips and tricks Elizabeth provides are invaluable and have helped us a great deal. I love Elizabeth’s gentle approach to things. I’m very happy to have read this book.

Practical solutions from Pantley

12 people found this helpful.
 on 18 July 2010
By Deborah Taylor
Having read other parenting books by Elizabeth Pantley, starting with ‘The No Cry Sleep Solution’, I was keen to read ‘The No Cry Separation Anxiety Solution’ when by youngest (of four after an 11 year gap) began to show distress when separated from myself or my husband.

Seperation anxiety is not fun, well meaning patronising advice that comes from many …

 on 10 April 2015
By Amazon Customer
Seperation anxiety is not fun, well meaning patronising advice that comes from many directions when your velcro child is being peeled from you is not fun. I don’t want my daughter to be fine at school, I want her to be happy and without the strategies in this book it would have taken us a lot longer to get to the root cause. The author clearly understands the issue and offers enough ideas that should help many children of different ages. My daughter now happily skips into school no crying and I would credit this book and another children’s book called “I love you all day long” with much of this achievment.

Separation Success…

8 people found this helpful.
 on 21 September 2010
By T. Savory
As someone who never felt comfortable with the so called ‘baby training’ techniques, that invariably advocate leaving your child to cry for specific or extended periods of time, I have been a fan of Elizabeth Pantley’s gentle approach to parenting.

Pantley does it again!

5 people found this helpful.
 on 11 June 2010
By K. Desborough
This book is great for any parent who is finding separation anxiety a challenge and is wondering how best to deal with it. As always, Pantley’s approach is sympathetic and understanding to both parent and child and her ideas are simple to carry out. Most importantly, she provides a range of wonderful and nurturing strategies, which means parents are bound to find something that works no matter what their circumstances and always allows for flexibility and individuality. Great advice and a lovely read!

Great book

 on 23 August 2012
By Laura
Great book that every parent should read when preparing to return to work, it gives useful advice and tips to help children to adjust to new situations and separations.

Good get it

 on 3 August 2013
By Mrs SL Hargest
This was very useful, lots of great ideas to try. I used some f the methods hitch worked for us.

Five Stars

 on 15 April 2015
By Rachel Bryant
Great booj

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