Reaching Patience: A Muslim Mother's Guide to Self-Control-e-book
By: Grandma Jeddah
Start the change you want to make in yourself . . . today!
Are you feeling guilty about hitting your son just a bit too hard when he misbehaves? Are you regretting the last time you went on a yelling rampage with your teen? Do you feel bad about calling your daughter hurtful names that you wouldn't want to be called? Learn how to control your anger and develop more patience when disciplining your children in Grandma Jeddah's book Reaching Patience: A Muslim Mother’s Guide to Self-Control When Disciplining.
“Her crying really ticks me off because she seems to think it’s going to get her what she wants.”
“Give me a few tips that can help me so she will respect me and I will not have to shout at her all the time and feel embarrassed”
“The problem I struggle most with is how to deal with my own anger. I have been brought up in a very strict home myself, and it somehow affects my ability to stay rational and calm when my children do major things.”
The above comments are actual quotes from letters Grandma Jeddah received from mothers just like you. . . . mothers who are looking for ways to manage their children’s behavior with composure.
Inside Reaching Patience you will discover 8 religiously related reasons explaining why you should be patient when disciplining your child.
Also, Grandma Jeddah unfolds three engaging stories of noble characters in history who exhibited exemplary patience. Use these real life role models from Quran and Sunnah as incentives to strive for increased patience when disciplining your child.
Learn effective ways to help yourself become more patient when disciplining.
Find out how the Prophet (saw) managed children around him.
Reflect upon quotes from Quran and hadith that encourage patience.
Learn ways to effectively discipline patiently for a more peaceful household.
All this and more inside the brand new e-book— Reaching Patience: A Muslim Mother’s Guide to Self-Control When Disciplining.
This book is intended to assist mothers in becoming the calm, reserved, and loving parent they aspire to be.
If you do not see a major improvement in your child’s behavior after reading Grandma Jeddah’s books and implementing her practices, email her and she’ll personally refund your money in full, insha’Allah.
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