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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.

Product Details

  • Series: An Eckhart Tolle Edition
  • Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: New World Library (April 14, 2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1608683265
  • ISBN-13: 978-1608683260
  • Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.4 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces

Customer Reviews

The Spirituality of the Parent-Child Relationship – A How-to Book

 on May 17, 2015
By Dennis Coates
My preference is to think of spirituality as being grounded in this world and this life, not in the concept of a world and life beyond the here and now. And it has three dimensions: the spirituality of self, the spirituality of relationships, and the spirituality of my relationship to the planet and the cosmos. Eckhart Tolle’s books (The Power of Now & A New Earth) are my favorite source of enlightenment about the spirituality of the self.

What a wonderful and healing book on parenting and beyond

 on June 27, 2015
By Kindle Customer
What a wonderful and healing book on parenting and beyond! It should be translated into different languages to help build new, all around healthy (psychologically, physically, in all aspects) generations to come, while healing the past and present wounds. I feel absolutely lucky to have had access to this book by chance. It also helps answer many questions on parenting I carried on my mind. I, for my part, can fully recommend this book to every parent, whether they may think they are struggling with child rearing or not.

Mine for the Gold

 on November 30, 2015
By mudhen2004
This book has some gold nuggets in it. The advice is sound and applicable. The beginning chapters are quite strong and strengthening. I did feel that the author waxed poetically about her wonderful parenting of her wonderful son a bit much. Particularly as the book goes on the good advice is weakened because of the author’s self-praising and parental bragging. I’m so glad she feels good about her parenting choices, but it begins to feel as though she’s pressing her values rather than just letting the sound advice be versatile and applicable to families as their personal values direct. Mining for the gold in the book is worth it, though. Her vision for parenting is what many parents are striving for these days.

Great book rich with good advice

 on February 18, 2017
By Nikki Hanna
Great book rich with good advice. I’m a grandmother and my daughter recommended this book as it has helped her deal with motherhood. Some of the techniques have helped her immensely, and now I can apply them as well. Made a huge difference on providing coping mechanisms for children and getting them to relax to go to sleep at night. I highly recommend this book.

In a perfect world, this book would be a text for …

 on June 20, 2015
By Peggy
In a perfect world, this book would be a text for all high school students. Then it would be taught differently in college. If your preference is to raise a happy, strong, confident, enlightened child, get ahold of this book. Every couple would benefit from having a copy in their home.

Another lovely – and important – book from Susan Stiffelman

 on April 24, 2015
By Walter
I had the pleasure of meeting Susan at a conference and also hear Eckhart Tolle offer a presentation. This book is a lovely expression of their combined work and presence applied to parenting. The result, passing on the greatest gift from generation to generation. Starting right now. Not only does it provide guidance on both the “doing” and “being” of parenting, but it aims at the reader at their core, benefiting every aspect of themselves and their own lives and endeavors.

Parenting with Presence: Susan Stiffelman

 on May 8, 2015
By Chris Hagemann
Typical Susan Stiffelman wisdom, as always. Another Stiffelman offering that every parent should own and actually read.

This is one of those books I will reread again …

 on January 27, 2018
By B. Young
This is one of those books I will reread again when I get off track. Puts me back into perspective when being a parent is driving me crazy.

Great read!

 on July 5, 2015
By Jay Smith
It has helped me to open conversations with my children and has improved our relationships. Great read!

I feel so blessed to have found someone like Susan Stiffelman to turn to as a resource for …

 on April 16, 2015
By kathy lottes
I feel so blessed to have found someone like Susan Stiffelman to turn to as a resource for parenting advice. I am a Parent Educator through Parents as Teachers and I am always looking for parenting books that will help families. I started a book club with parents using her first book Parenting Without Power Struggles. We met for coffee and discussed different parenting topics touched on in the book. The parents, as well as myself, found her information insightful and informative. I am half way through Parenting with Presence and find it just as insightful. I look forward to sharing these insights with families. The families I work with have children from birth to age 5. Personally, I have a 7, 11 and 14 year old. Both of these books are applicable to children of all ages. I think the information is applicable to spouses, friends, and family as well. It is a way of looking at relationships in general and how to nurture and foster these relationships in a deeper, more meaningful way.