Best Child Development Associate Books


Child development is an interesting subject and most young parents want to do it right. They want to raise their children and educate them in the best possible manner so as to make them happy individuals later on. As a parent, you can commit the smallest mistakes, that can ruin your child’s thought process and behavior later on. Here are some of the best raising children books you can read to get some tips on how to raise children better.

Best Child Development and Education Books

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How the World Sees You: Discover Your Highest Value Through the Science of Fascination 

-Sally Hogshead

This book tries to solve our deepest concerns in life. Most of us keep wondering how we appear to others. We sometimes also think about what makes us unique from the others. This book is an eye-opener as it unveils the psychology of fascination and also about how people can use this behavior to develop brand value and full-selling products. Human beings are often fascinated by things that threaten or alarm them. This approach is highly used in advertising. 

Key Takeaway: This book teaches you how to persuade someone to do something. What you need to do in such cases is to skirt around the subject, be open about what you need from them and then forbid them to do it. This approach does tempt the other to at least help you. 

Reclaim Your Brain: How To Calm Your Thoughts, Heal Your Mind And Bring Your Life Back Under Control 

A woman sitting on a bed

 – Joseph A. Annibali, M.D.

This book is all about the imbalances in the human brain. It investigates the causes for such problems and also discusses effective strategies that help to prevent and combat them. These imbalances in the human brain are the key causes of anxiety, depression and even addiction. These problems can stand in the path of our success and also act as the source of unhappiness in our lives. This book investigates the biological reasons for such problems and also explains how to combat them. If a person is suffering from too many negative thoughts, then you should tell these to yourself and then write them down. This will not only help you transcribe your thoughts away from your mind onto paper, but also make you slow down your thinking process. After having jotted down your thoughts on paper, you can critically assess your assumptions and draw clear conclusions. Try to rewrite your negative thoughts into positive feelings.

Key Takeaway: After writing your thoughts down, you need to examine them critically. Rewriting the stories you tell yourself will help you improve your mental health.

The Confidence Game: Why We Fall For It . . . Every Time 

– Maria Konnikova

Con artists succeed because they know a lot of human psychology. In spite of knowing that pyramid schemes are fraud, people fall into them easily. Con artists exploit the flaws in human psychology. Cognitive dissonance is one of the key elements highlighted in this book. Whenever an old belief no longer matches reality, we are more willing to bend our perception of reality rather than deal with the stress of changing our beliefs. One of the best ways to be less vulnerable to con artists is to know and understand yourself better. You can easily get ahead of the game and then observe yourself to find out what triggers your emotions and makes you act impulsively. Whenever you meet someone you know that gets you carried away, you will recognize what’s happening, and avoid falling into that person’s trap. Key takeaway: Get to know your sensitive points and be wary of people who go after them.

These are some of our best picks for child development and education books.

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