These days, getting your child to sleep takes a tough approach like ignoring their crying, or gentle strategy like trying to comfort them until they get to sleep. In this book, a well known, international expert has a special approach that offers a bit of both, and this method will have children of all ages sleeping in a very short time. This technique features authority, ritual, and then rewards the child, and is very successful. Parents can end the continuous cycles of resistance and they, as well as their child can get plenty of rest by following these tips: Adopt a firm attitude and be confident, use meals as an indicator that tells your child it's time to either nap or go to sleep at night, use the appropriate sleep aids, such as a pacifier or stuffed animal, so your child does not rely on you as the only way to get to sleep, reinforce the contrast between daytime and night time, never punish a child by making them go to bed, because it sends the wrong message, and finally, learn what to say before you put the lights out. By using these tips, you'll have your child asleep in no time.
Authors: Eduard Estivill M. D.