Raising Strong-Willed Toddlers: Powerful Tools for Raising a Natural Born Leader (Parenting Tips & Tricks)


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SKU: B09CRM3JN3 Categories: , ,
Weight 7.2 kg
Dimensions 5 × 0.31 × 8 cm



Independently published August 17 2021




135 pages



Item Weight

7.2 ounces


5 x 0.31 x 8 inches

8 reviews for Raising Strong-Willed Toddlers: Powerful Tools for Raising a Natural Born Leader (Parenting Tips & Tricks)

  1. Paul W. Matthews

    AwesomeA really fun book to read with my godson.

  2. Doc Marine

    Good informationThis book definitely has some gold nuggets in there for parenting. However, I felt that it lacked some sustenance. It is a very short read. Worth the money still, but very short read.


    Must-read book for young parentsThis is an imperative read for young parents with independent and strong-minded toddlers. This book will improve your parenting skills if you have a strong-willed child. You will get answers to common questions that come to mind – “What am I doing wrong?” or “How can I make this stop?” – the answers will help you overcome feelings of inadequacy and helplessness, and enable you to raise your strong-willed kids appropriately. Chapters 1, 2, 4, 6, 9 are the most important chapters in the book. Read this book and bring back the magic of parenting in your life.

  4. Rich Marcello

    Incredibly Helpful Book on Raising ToddlersWhat I liked best about Michelle Mann’s book on raising strong-willed toddlers was the positive approach. I especially loved the chapter on growing genius. Sometimes brilliance behaves badly and learning how to cultivate brilliance when this happens was one of the best parts of this book. Overall, the book was well-written and insightful. What I found even more impressive was how Mann’s advice throughout was applicable not only to toddlers but to children up to say ten years old. Highly recommended.

  5. Andrea Ramirez B.

    An excellent resourceMy toddler has never met a rule he didn’t want to break, so I was immediately interested in this book. I wasn’t disappointed; the book contains a lot of really useful information about personality traits, qualities of leadership, and the ways that leadership in the real world often looks like misbehaving in a classroom or a home. I learned a lot about why strong-willed people are the way they are, and how to balance my son’s independent nature with my desire for order in the house. I highly recommend this book to anyone with a child like mine!

  6. Farah

    Must read for parents wanting to raise emotionally strong children!Absolutely love this book. It’s beautiful all the author talks about gentle and positive parenting to raise strong-willed children. Even though the book says raising strong-willed toddlers, I believe toddlers are probably the more difficult and frustrating experience parents have given the lack of parents being able to give detailed directions and toddlers understanding the language. However the author beautifully explains how to with good examples. I have 2 children ages 6 and 10. I think this book is helpful for children at any given stage. It teaches your approach towards the child which can be applied at most age ranges. Definitely recommend this book to parents looking for positive parenting techniques and ideas

  7. Acorn

    There is No Licence Test to Become a ParentSome argue that parenting is based on instincts. Not so! Some animals operate that way but human parents only partly rely on instinct. A major part of your parenting style is influenced by others – particularly by how our own parents brought us up.This book gives a positive perspective on ‘learning’ parenting. The difference between temperament and personality is one aspect that stood out for me – I never considered it. In fact, I never stopped to see what I was doing right and what I was doing wrong with my toddler. This book makes you think. I’m reading it again as there are many subtle behavioral ideas and parenting techniques to pick up. Some are easy to miss. Bringing up a child in survival mode is one thing but bringing up a child to become a confident leader is a whole new level.Highly recommended for all parents. If you pick up just one of the many ideas in this book and run with it, it’s worth the time reading.

  8. Fifi_18

    Your “Go-To” Guide“What am I doing wrong?” is usually a question that you’ll ask yourself as a parent. But when you realize that your child is just strong-willed, you’ll know that you just need to change your outlook.This book is a “go-to” guide for parents with spirited child. It will help you find more effective ways to carry out positive discipline and to add extra something to your box of parenting tools.What I love about this book is that it helps shift the parental perspective and focuses on the positive aspects of a strong-willed child. It also employs basic tactics such as paying attention to good behavior. However, I think there’s an area for improvement around discussing some of the approaches. Like maybe a how-to on creating a game-like atmosphere or exercising a predictable approach to discipline and consequence. I think elaborating these will make the book superb. Overall, I highly recommend this book.

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