Read The Danish Way of Parenting: What the Happiest People in the World Know About Raising Confident, Capable Kids Online Free - What makes Denmark the happiest country in the world--and what are the secrets of Danish parents for raising happy, confident, succesful kids, year after year? This upbeat and practical guide brings together the insights of a licensed psychotherapist and a mom -- a Dane and an American married to a Dane, respectively -- on the habits of the happiest families on earth.
The book delivers fresh advice on how to:
- Encourage free play
- Foster authenticity and confidence
- Nurture empathy
- Emphasize teamwork over power struggles
- Celebrate togetherness
Filled with practical takeaways and inspiring examples, The Danish Way of Parenting will help parents from all walks of life raise the happiest, most well-adjusted kids in the world.
|Title||:||The Danish Way of Parenting: What the Happiest People in the World Know About Raising Confident, Capable Kids|
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February 11, 2016
Sooo.... it's possible it took me about a year to read this, but that's more to do with my short attention span than the book itself. I've read quite a few research articles about why the Danes (and the Scandinavians) are the happiest people on earth- and you know it's not because they're getting...
October 29, 2015
Overall, the message was good, but this is less of a guide and more of a collection of anecdotal evidenced tied loosely together by some non-comprehensive research. I found some of the book patronizing and other parts oversimplified. Yes, it is easy and great to parent "The Danish Way" i...
September 26, 2015
I liked the main ideas of this book, which can be summarized as:
1. Respect play, and allow non-adult-led activities.
2. Be authentic and honest towards your child.
3. Reframe things to avoid labels and emphasize positive aspects of people, situations, etc.
4. Validate your child's experiences and d...
March 22, 2016
As an American who has lived in Denmark for 15 years and is married to a Dane with h whom I have a child, I recognize a lot of these behaviors. Nevertheless, it was nice to have them systematically spelled out and there were some insights that I was also unaware of. But, I can also say that while...
July 28, 2017
كيف يربي الدنماركيين - الشعب الأكثر سعادة في العالم- أبناءهم؟
وهنا طرحت في مدونتي سؤالاً من زاويتي: لماذا لا تنتهي قصص الأطفال نهايات سعيدة؟
يقول الكاتبين أن أحد أشهر كُتاب قصص الأطفال في العالم الدنماركي Hans christian Andersen والذي كتب «ماريميد الصغيرة» و«ملكة الثلج» لم يتعمد في معظم قصصه أ...
August 26, 2015
Meh. Regurgitates lots of the modern and en vogue research on parenting and very loosely ties it to Danish cultural norms. I think both are interesting, but didn't find a very compelling reasons for them to necessarily be linked together.
July 27, 2016
Not exactly ground breaking content, but the book emphasizes the best in practical positive parenting strategies and ways of living. It is a quick read with simplified summaries with suggestions on application at the end of every chapter.
I was particularly fond of the chapter on "togetherness an...
February 19, 2017
What makes the Danes so happy? They are raised to cultivate a mindset that allows them to be resilient, patient, and compassionate. I especially like the chapters on learning to re-frame situations and practicing cozy family togetherness.
This is a thought-provoking book that could be helpful for...
June 25, 2017
concise advice on treating your child like a human.
March 27, 2017
I really appreciated this book. As I Christian, I would disagree with the author philosophically that all children are basically good; however this did not mar my appreciation of the book, nor did it influence my opinion of the usefulness of its principles. The book was broken down into six-parts...