Dad of Divas' Reviews: Book Review - The Child Whisperer

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Book Review - The Child Whisperer

About the Book
You've been there feeling helpless, clueless, when a child you love totally bewilders you.

Maybe it's the tantrum at the store, or the hour-long bedtime battle, or the head-scratcher of getting your child to eat veggies. You wonder what on Earth to do, so you get advice, read books, watch videos, ask the internet. And still, something's missing.

You need a plan that addresses your child's needs, not everyone else's. Why couldn't children come with a handbook?

Turns out, children are born with a handbook they are the handbook.

In The Child Whisperer, bestselling author Carol Tuttle explains that children tell their parents every day exactly how they need to be parented. They tell their teachers exactly how they need to be taught. Children are trying to tell adults who they are so they can be recognized and treated in a way that honors them uniquely.

The Child Whisperer reveals that the key to raising happy, healthy, cooperative children lies in understanding and responding to a child's inner nature.

Children's true natures are written in the shape of their faces and expressed daily in their appearance, body language, tone of voice, and choice of words. Your child's unique laugh, cry, joys, worries, and even tantrums speak volumes about they type of parenting they need. And you'll learn exactly how to offer it by reading The Child Whisperer.

This simple but unique approach actually makes parenting more intuitive, fun, cooperative, and most importantly customized to your individual child.

The Child Whisperer will give you the tools to:


  • Have a happier, more cooperative child, using less discipline
  • Foster more confidence and natural success in your child
  • Repair trouble parent/teen relationships
  • Reconnect with your adult children


The Child Whisperer teaches how to read unsaid clues that children naturally give every day, and shows how parenting, teaching, coaching, and mentoring children can be an even more intuitive, cooperative experience than ever.

About the Author
Carol Tuttle is the best-selling author of five books and the creator of online learning programs Energy Profiling and Dressing Your Truth.

Carol received her post-baccalaureate training in numerous energy psychology and natural healing methods. For over 20 years, her work in the field of self-help and personal development has helped hundreds of thousands worldwide to improve every aspect of their lives--from money, to health, relationships, fashion, parenting, to overall emotional well-being.

Her first two books, The Path to Wholeness and Remembering Wholeness, promote personal growth by teaching empowering energy healing methods.

In her experience with energy healing, Carol observed that different people express different energies and natural movements. She developed a program called Energy Profiling that helps people identify and honor their true natures, strengths, and gifts. Her book, It's Just My Nature, explains this program in depth.

Applying her Energy Profiling model to beauty and fashion, she then created an online makeover program called Dressing Your Truth. Women from over 60 countries around the world have become members of Carol's Dressing Your Truth program. Carol's book Dressing Your Truth: Discover Your Personal Beauty Profile is the first step to dressing true to your nature.

Carol Tuttle's latest book applies Energy Profiling to the world of parenting. The Child Whisperer turns longstanding parenting assumptions on their heads and shows how parenting can be an even more intuitive, cooperative, fulfilling experience than any good parent even imagines.

Carol is the mother of five grown children. She and Jonathan, her husband of 32 years, reside in Utah. Carol enjoys the outdoors and loves to challenge herself through competitive tennis and triathlons. Her favorite place in the world, besides home, is the North Shore of Oahu.

My Take on the Book
This was a practical book that provides the reader with some sage advice on how to develop strong and lasting relationships with your child while still maintaining a sense of decorum within the home. The author provides so many tips that any parent can utilize right away to change the way you discipline as well as really listening to your child to hear how they wish to be disciplined. The ideas that the author shared in this book made sense and to me were ones that I could see any parent using. While I can tell that the concepts will take time and patience to implement, they were straight forward and were concepts that made a lot of sense. This was a great book that all parents will appreciate!

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5 comments:

Candace said...

Wow! Sounds like this is a MUST READ!

Kristine said...

Thank you for sharing your interest and thoughts about Carol Tuttle's new book The Child Whisperer. It is great to hear from a Dad who makes the effort to have the best relationship he can have with his children and becoming a child whisperer will definitely do that!

shauna said...

I'm so excited to read this book when it comes out! Thanks for sharing your opinions of it!

Renée said...

Thank-you for sharing your review of Carol Tuttle's newest book. I look forward to it!

Liz T. said...

Wow, how lucky this girls are to have a dad like you! I have put some of Carol Tuttle's insights into motion and have seen huge results with my two boys, and even with my relationship with my dear husband. This seems to be such a practical approach to parenting. It honors every child's individuality, rather than a one-size fits all approach.