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Save Our Sleep [Format Kindle]

Tizzie Hall
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Descriptions du produit

Revue de presse

"Australian sleep guru" (The Times)

Présentation de l'éditeur

A fully revised and updated edition of the bestselling baby sleep guide. Tizzie Hall has gained an international reputation as a baby whisperer and miracle worker. Even from an early age, Tizzie knew how to read babies' body language and cries, and from that auspicious beginning she has developed a series of sleep routines that have provided parents and babies with a good night's sleep the world over. 'Save Our Sleep' is the book that parents asked Tizzie to write, and with over 40,000 copies sold in the past three years it has rapidly become the only book parents need to cure their own sleep deprivation! New material includes new routines, integrated feedback on routines, dummy use, express feeding, dealing with premature babies and twins, more information on teaching your baby to self-settle and brand new case studies and tips.

Détails sur le produit

  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 820 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 282 pages
  • Editeur : Macmillan Australia (1 juillet 2009)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B0054HUT3C
  • Synthèse vocale : Activée
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  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 2.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: n°115.381 dans la Boutique Kindle (Voir le Top 100 dans la Boutique Kindle)
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Out of touch 8 juillet 2013
Par Laura
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I found the advice provided in that book very difficult to put into practice, and the whole routine thing very rigid. There are still a few good tips though.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Incorrect info! 21 juin 2011
Par Lou - Publié sur
I was dissapointed to find the information in this book so out of date and incorrect. The breastfeeding information especially was disappointing. Whilst the routines may work for formula feeding parents, expecting young babies to go so long without a breastfeed is highly unrealistic. I was also disapointed to find that despite the author saying she does not condone CIO(cry it out). Its recommended you leave your child to cry.

The section that upset me the most was the section on 'if your child learns to vomit during bedtime' It seemed a bit cruel to 'vomit proof' the bed, and do not give them attention if they vomit. The fact that the author believes children manipulate their parents by vomiting is sad.

Overall I wish I didnt spend the money on this book and I really would not recommend it. It was NOT was I was expecting at all. :(
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 How does rubbish like this get printed? 21 novembre 2012
Par L Miller - Publié sur
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This is the biggest load of rot-masquerading-as-reading-material that I have ever had the misfortune to read. It was given to me by my sister, but if I was a millionaire I would buy all the copies in the world and burn them, just to save desperate parents the trouble.

Not a single thing in this book is evidence-based or peer reviewed. So everything is the opinion of this woman, who quite clearly subscribes to the (antiquated) view that babies are little tyrants intent on crushing their parents' spirits.

Can she not imagine what it would be like to be a baby? It isn't difficult to imagine that being a baby must be like being at a brand new new job, in a different country, EVERY SINGLE DAY. Think about it, all you unempathetic adults out there. Can you imagine the stress, the overwhelmingness, the exhaustion? You're physically incapacitated, you can't speak the language - and then some cretin like Tizzie Hall comes along and tells your poor exhausted mother that she should leave to cry rather than give you a cuddle. Babies don't need the utter mistreatment that this vile book espouses; they need a break, for goodness' sake. Of course, all evidence suggests that babies who are responded to with love are the better for it, but Tizzie's clearly not one to bother herself with scientific studies. (It's a minor point, too, but her grammar sucks and she hasn't bothered herself with a subbie. Her website is even worse.)

I hate her version of controlled crying - uncontrolled crying, really, where there are almost no boundaries on how long you will let your poor kid scream. I think there are a million things wrong with this approach. How do you know they're not in pain, for a start? That's right, you don't. You might think you know everything about your child but you will never know that for sure, so for goodness sake err on the side of caution and treat your baby with respect.

But the thing that made me angriest was a 'true story' she recalls towards the back of the book about a toddler who cried until he vomited and 'deliberately defecated' in order to avoid going to bed. Her advice to the parents was to let him cry to sleep, then change his filthy nappy while he was asleep. LET HIM CRY HIMSELF TO SLEEP IN A NAPPY FULL OF EXCREMENT, BECAUSE HE DID IT ON PURPOSE. Sorry, I hate over-use of capitals but I had to highlight that.

It never occurred to Tizzie, I suppose, that some babies (such as mine) need to poo after dinner. It's just a simple body clock thing. Sometimes, when they're too busy playing or being read to, they hold on (Tizzie wouldn't know a thing about that though) but then when it's bedtime they remember that they do need to 'go' in order to be comfortable enough to sleep. As if they poo on purpose! What RUBBISH!!! Can adults poo on command? No, I didn't think so. Then how can she be so sure that babies are able to? She knows nothing, this woman - nothing worth knowing, anyway.

Tizzie might be interested to know that the only time my 14month old son really fusses at bedtime is when he needs to poo. At the moment, he poos every night before bed - but it's no trouble for me. I either put him on my lap on his potty and we read another story until he's done, or I let him bounce around in his cot to shake it out (!) before changing him. Then he goes to sleep easily and with no fuss. He also can't relax and sleep if he needs to wee (can you??) so we use the potty a lot before bed. Staggeringly, adults don't realise that babies feel the same as us about bodily functions. How stupid we all are. Babies are just like us, only smaller and more dependent. Why is that so hard to understand?

Believe me, I know about exhaustion and I do empathise with desperate parents, but there are other and better ways. Grab you brains and your empathy and take your money elsewhere. Exhaustion is nothing compared to the thoughtless, insensitive and sometimes downright cruel suggestions this book offers. Fast-forward a few years and the world will lampoon the ridiculous notions in this compendium of tripe.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Save your sanity - don't buy this! 6 avril 2012
Par Em Girl - Publié sur
My husband and I purchased this book on a few recommendations, hoping that we would learn how to help our bub sleep better. This book is awful!
She definitley sends the message that if you don't do it right, it's your fault and they amount of words spent on talking herself up, I just wanted her to shutup about how good she thinks she is.

This is exactly the sort of book, full of "expert" advice and opinion that stresses mums out and gets us into messes (such as babies not sleeping) in the first place!!!

The routines are ridiculously beyond managable. I cannot believe she expects us to keep our newborns awake just so we can put them to bed at the exact time she says to. Baby is hungry? forget it, you'll have to wait until the time she alloted for you to feed them and then, if breastfeeding you can only feed on 1 breast 6 minutes at a time.

I expected this book to be full of advice on methods to use to settle your baby, tips for keeping them asleep, things you can do to relax them and keep them calm.

You won't be saving your sleep at all, you'll spend every waking moment trying to keep up these routines and then you'll find it hard to sleep because you're stressed, especially if these so-called fail proof routines aren't working for you.

Mums and dads, don't bother with a book like this, in fact ditch all of the advice and start doing what you feel is right. Once we binned this book and started doing that our little man relaxed and started sleeping through the night.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Stay away from this load of bollocks 22 juillet 2011
Par Sharon - Publié sur
Horrible book that has a lot of advice that is plain dangerous and much which is traumatic to children. Dont turn to this uneducated women in desperation, your children deserve better!
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Ways to waste money for no return 15 avril 2013
Par Di - Publié sur
Like most "sleep training" books this author is presumably making money from the ultimate suffering that the victims of sleep training undergo-that is the babies. While everyone wants and needs to sleep especially if they are working, we mustn't lose sight that babies are little humans, not possessions that we have tailored to suit our needs. They need to be loved and comforted and fed when they wake up until they are independent little people. The pay off for this comes much much later when they are teenagers and adults who do not need drugs or alcohol to survive in the world and who are loving and caring people who are confident enough to have a happy and successful life. We have been conditioned by advertising to believe that babies need a great deal of money spending on them often on very unnecessary things but we overlook that the most important thing that they need is love in the form of mothering. This means that you do not abandon the infant to teach him that no matter how much he cries or calls for his mother or how afraid he feels, even to the point of vomiting, that no one is going to come. There is no animal who would EVER consider treating their baby that way. We fondly claim that humans are superior. After reading this book that was recommended to me I would not suggest spending money on it. Trust your own instincts.
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