Let's talk about your new family's sleep

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Pub Date 08 Oct 2020 | Archive Date Not set

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Many parents worry about their child's sleep, and parents of new babies are often exhausted - but there is hope. This realistic, reassuring, and refreshing guide to sleep looks at sleep for both parents and children, and aims to empower and encourage parents to feel calm, confident and compassionate in their parenting.

It strikes a balance between prioritising infant and child mental health and attachment, and being compassionate about the reality of raising a family in today's society, with social support and understanding often in short supply.

With practical and easily implementable ideas, and clear explanation of the many myths surrounding infant and baby sleep, this gentle and holistic guide is sure to allay many parents fears and help everyone in the family get the rest they need.

Many parents worry about their child's sleep, and parents of new babies are often exhausted - but there is hope. This realistic, reassuring, and refreshing guide to sleep looks at sleep for both...


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ISBN 9781780667058
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This is a very detailed and research-based book about sleep. Not just infant's sleep, but also the sleep of the parents. This book covers much physiological discussion and strategies that can help with improving sleep. It starts with a very helpful myth-busting chapters to break apart 10 myths that are common when it comes to helping your infant sleep. I am a soon-to-be dad and am excited for this journey, this book is very encouraging and it help frames your perspective on not just merely look at the measurable and quantifiable part of the infant's sleep, but to look at it as a whole.

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