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PARENTING WITH PRESENCE

Practices for Raising Conscious, Confident, Caring Kids

Our children can be our greatest teachers. Parenting expert Susan Stiffelman writes that the very behaviors that push our buttons — refusing to cooperate or ignoring our requests — can help us build awareness and shed old patterns, allowing us to raise our children with greater ease and enjoyment. Filled with practical advice, powerful exercises, and fascinating stories from her clinical work, Parenting with Presence teaches us how to become the parents we most want to be while raising confident, caring children.

An Eckhart Tolle Edition

Senior Editor Jason Gardner talks to author Susan Stiffelman about Parenting with Presence

Endorsements

“Shows parents how they can transform parenting into a spiritual practice.”
— Eckhart Tolle, author of The Power of Now

“Clear, wise, soulful, and poetic.”
— Alanis Morissette

“I trust Susan Stiffelman with my heart, my family, and my community because she understands that parenting is not just a job but a spiritual practice. Susan comes alongside parents both as an expert and as a guide, a counselor, a friend, a healer.”
— Glennon Doyle Melton, author of Carry On, Warrior and founder of Momastery.com

“An empathic tenderness runs through this wise and down-to-earth guide to parenting with greater awareness. You can feel the love that Susan Stiffelman has for the families she works with in her therapy practice and her confidence in all of us to grow into the challenges and gifts of being a parent.”
— Myla and Jon Kabat-Zinn, authors of Everyday Blessings: The Inner Work of Mindful Parenting

“With her mix of practical tools and personal stories, Susan Stiffelman shows how to create close, loving family relationships and captures just how transformational and fulfilling parenthood can be.”
— Arianna Huffington, author of Thrive

“This book brings new awareness about a parenting process that increases the health of our culture itself. Recommended to all parents and parents-to-be.”
— Harville Hendrix, PhD, and Helen LaKelly Hunt, PhD, authors of Giving the Love That Heals: A Guide for Parents