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The book draws attention to the role of the adult in parenting and the cycle of mismanaged experiences displaying a repetitive pattern of adult behaviour generation after generation. It states that unless the adult is willing to open heart and mind, the journey of parenting will continue to assume the repetitive pattern of the same old tired errors. As, there is no formal training for parenting the book appeals to the adult's common sense, work at changes through self reflection and management of emotions to build a healthy, happy relationship with his or her child. The book serves the dual purpose of providing a guide, not solutions on varied, common topics affecting adult lives with young children, and at the sametime, creating awareness for the adult stepping into parenthood or for those working with children. It suggests that adults develop a sense of humour before attempting to manage a child's issue. It's time for self reflection. Get in touch and understand the parent's nature as a child first. In the end, the book guides those willing to open heart and mind to approach their child with an open to suggestions attitude.

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