• Raising an Explosive Child

  • Emotional Control Strategies to Help Your Children Self-Regulate and Thrive, a New Approach of Positive Parenting to Empower Complex Children
  • By: Jacqueline Evans
  • Narrated by: Dr. Michelle Savage
  • Length: 3 hrs and 26 mins
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Raising an Explosive Child

By: Jacqueline Evans
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Do you have a child who finds it hard to control their emotions?

Have you tried various things to improve their behavior?

Are you ready to try anything to change the way they behave?

Raising children is hard work at the best of times but when you have a child who has an explosive temper and nothing seems to work to calm them down, it can seem like an impossible challenge. Temper tantrums and poor manners when you are in public can be embarrassing and finding a solution is often difficult. Luckily there is help for you now.

In this audiobook, Raising an Explosive Child, you will find plenty of advice to help you get through the worst moments, with sections that cover:

  • Why your child may be acting badly
  • Strategies to help them self-regulate
  • Positive parenting tips
  • Helping them to articulate their feelings
  • Taking a break from the situation
  • Learning that yelling at them doesn’t work
  • Paying attention to your own reactions
  • And lots more...

Dealing with a child’s angry outbursts isn’t anything new for parents. It us something that we will all face at some stage as anger is a perfectly normal emotion to have. But having to deal with a child who is regularly behaving like this can be draining.

With Raising an Explosive Child, you can learn a new approach to positive parenting that will help you both to enjoy a better relationship and to deal effectively with issues as they arise.

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©2021 Jacqueline Evans (P)2021 Jacqueline Evans

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Title does not fit the contents

The title of this book does not fit the contents. Perhaps a better title would be 'Strategies for helping a child with ADD cope with school.' I'd say about half of the book was devoted to that. The content was good, just not relevant for a grandparent of an explosive 2 year old.

Not much was devoted to explaining strategies to parents, to help explosive CHILDREN to learn the skills needed to better cope with life, frustration, using words when emotional, etc. So, in my opinion it did not at all live up to the title, which was a disappointment.

Beyond that . . . the book really needed some good editing, in terms of vocabulary. I must have heard the word 'kid' over a thousand times. Some people feel that is a derogatory term, while perhaps the author was trying to seem casual and relevant by using that term exclusively.

But beyond all that . . . the author used a very eclectic vocabulary. Sometimes she used words from the early 1900s, other times what may have been vocabulary exclusive to her profession, and yet other times saying things in ways that were obtuse and required some thought to decipher. But with all that, the narrator's speed didn't allow much time for translation, so there were entire chunks that went over my head. (I have a college degree and consider myself fairly literate.)

You may find this book helpful, but hopefully you have the patience to go back and listen again and maybe pull out a dictionary to decipher what she's trying to say.

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  • Isabella Mia
  • 10-11-21

Every parent needs to listen this audio book.

I wish my parents would have isten this audio book while parenting me! I have an 18mo & 2mo and am beginning to apply what I learned now! Thank you Mr. Jacqueline Evans

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  • Sophia Amelia
  • 10-11-21

All parents must listen

As a parent,I found the content invaluable and absolutely necessary for all parents to know and practice.