Parenting is one of the most stressful fulltime jobs around. School, lessons, sports, homework, hormones, dinner, dishes. . . . Parents want to know how to be calm and enjoy these wonder years. Dr. Ben Bernstein, celebrated performance coach for CEOs, professional athletes, and musicians, takes on parents this time around in his book Stressed Out! For Parents. Focusing on his nine steps to optimize performance during stressful situations, Dr. B. teaches parents in clear, entertaining, and thoughtful writing how to be calm, confident, and focused in all that they do. So, say good-bye to anxiety and optimize your parenting performance today!
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• Educates readers on nine steps for optimizing performance by managing stress
• Includes specific tips and techniques to guide the reader to maximum performance
• Author is one of the key thought leaders on stress management
• Part of an ongoing series of books to target a stressed out readership
"We don't think we've ever met a parent who couldn't use some insightful tips on how to reduce stress . . . and that is exactly what you will get from this book."
—Richard and Linda Eyre, New York Times #1 Bestselling Authors of Teaching Your Children Values and the forthcoming The Turning
Ben Bernstein, PhD, is a psychologist, teacher, and performance coach whose career has spanned 40 years in education, psychology, and the arts, including coaching in such diverse settings as psychiatric hospitals, prisons, primary schools, and universities. He was invited to be a resource artist at the Sundance Institute, where he worked one-on-one with writers who subsequently went on to win Pulitzer Prizes, Tony Awards, and Academy Awards. He lives in Oakland, California. - Michelle Packard is the author of Family Ever After and is the mother to four very human and totally fabulous kids. She works with children and young adults and finds her greatest joy is happy families. - Michelle Packard is the author of Family Ever After and is the mother to four very human and totally fabulous kids. She works with children and young adults and finds her greatest joy is happy families. -