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Beyond the Sling: A Real-Life Guide to Raising Confident, Loving Children the Attachment Parenting Way (English Edition) par [Bialik, Mayim]
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"As an outspoken advocate for childbirth choices, I have worked tirelessly to educate parents about their birthing options.  With Beyond the Sling, Mayim Bialik has developed a fantastic guide to birth and parenting that is packed with invaluable wisdom.  At once conversational, informative and progressive, this book should be compulsory reading for anyone who has even considered becoming a parent."
-- Ricki Lake, executive producer of The Business of Being Born and author of Your Best Birth 

"Beyond the Sling goes beyond the scope of the standard books to enhance the parenting experience.  Mayim's warmth, dedication, and professionalism are felt throughout this wonderful book."

--Lauren Feder, M.D. author of Natural Baby and Childcare and The Parents’ Concise Guide to Childhood Vaccinations


“Beyond the Sling offers insight into attachment parenting…quite palatable for even the most detached parent. Bottom line: this book will further endear you to Mayim’s genuine likeability and make you respect the tenacity of parents who subscribe to the sling-- even if you opt not to wear one.” --Orange County Register

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A real-world guide to Attachment Parenting from the Big Bang Theory actress, neuroscientist, and mother Mayim Bialik—a book hailed by Dr. William Sears as “delightful” and by Ricki Lake as “a fantastic guide to birth and parenting that is packed with invaluable wisdom.”

Mayim Bialik was the child star of the popular 1990s TV sitcom Blossom, but she definitely didn’t follow the typical child-star trajectory. Instead, Mayim got her PhD in neuroscience from UCLA, married her college sweetheart, and had two kids. Mayim then did what many new moms do—she read a lot of books, talked with other parents, and she soon started questioning a lot of the conventional wisdom she heard about the “right” way to raise a child. That’s when she turned to Attachment Parenting, a philosophy and lifestyle popularized by well-known physicians like Dr. William Sears and Dr. Jay Gordon.

To Mayim, Attachment Parenting’s natural, child-led approach not only felt right emotionally, it made sense intellectually and instinctually. She found that when she followed her intuition and relaxed into her role as a mother instead of following some rigid parenting script, both she and her children thrived. Taking into account her experience as a mother (and her scientific background), Mayim presents the major tenets of Attachment Parenting, including:

Baby wearing: How to “wear” your baby in a sling or a wrap to foster a closer bond with your child—it’s possible even for mamas with bad backs (and with big babies)!

Breastfeeding: Learn how to listen to your baby’s cues rather than sticking to a rigid schedule—and why people on airplanes love a nursing mother!

Gentle discipline: How to get your child to behave without yelling, threats, or time-outs—it really is possible.

Co-sleeping: How to avoid “sleep training” and get a great night’s sleep for the whole family.

Without the pretense and luxuries typical of so many Hollywood actors and parents, Mayim describes the beauty, simplicity, and purposefulness of Attachment Parenting, and how it’s become the guiding principle for her family. Much more than a simple how-to parenting guide, Beyond the Sling shows us that the core principles underlying Attachment Parenting are universal and can be appreciated no matter how you decide to raise your child.

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  • Editeur : Touchstone (6 mars 2012)
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HASH(0x92c77fd8) étoiles sur 5 An approach to parenting I was surprised to find I really related to ...! 6 mars 2012
Par shelz123 - Publié sur
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I definitely subscribe to many of the tenets of Attachment Parenting -- gentle discipline, baby wearing, breastfeeding, etc. Others I'm not so sure about -- as fascinated as I am by Elimination Communication, I don't think my kid will be going diaper-free anytime soon!

I know some people think Attachment Parenting feels preachy or dogmatic, but I just don't see that here. Yes, she has some strong beliefs. And she backs them up with facts and statistics, and also with her own personal stories and anecdotes about her experiences parenting this way. What I liked is that she's not trying to shove her ideas down my throat. She acknowledges that the ideas she promotes may not be for everyone, but she says she just hopes people take what works for them and leave the rest. That's a parenting philosophy I can get behind.
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HASH(0x92c98024) étoiles sur 5 Great comprehensive look at AP 14 mars 2012
Par Candy Cane - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I loved this book. I am a practicing AP parent and I am not as die hard as Mayim. I suppose the only differences are, I do not do Elimination Communication, I allow my sons some TV, they are vaccinated and we have too many toys. I like how she covered every aspect of raising young children, from the birth, nursing, cosleeping, baby wearing and gentle discipline. Its kind of an all in one where you can do further research on each subject.

Which brings me to addressing some of the bad reviews I have seen on here. If you are looking for a book where AP has proven the kids turned out great you have to go no further then to read Dr. Sears' attachment book, he has wonderful grown up children . This book is about someone who has a very clear memory since she is only a couple years out of the very young stage and thats what I liked about it. There are numerous books on parenting, this is not your typical one, it is heart felt and personal. Also you do not have to be wealthy to practice AP, I am not wealthy, I work from home after my children are sleeping. It has not been easy but I know its the best way because I am listening to my instincts.
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HASH(0x92c58a14) étoiles sur 5 interesting for later study 10 mars 2012
Par queenpineapple - Publié sur
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What I enjoy about this book is that it does a fair job introducing the reader to a lifestyle that bucks today's popular trends. She warns you upfront that most people will not agree nor be supportive, but that you are qualified to make these decisions, so dont back down to the pressure.

In truth, her discipline methods in some ways remind me of how God gave us freewill. She encourages modeling good behavior for your kids to immulate and discourages overt verbal or physical correction that would embarass or control too much, as she finds that the kids will naturally learn how to share and show their thankfulness when need be. I love that she shows the importance of breastfeeding and pushing through the pain as well as that of childbirth as she details the often neglected and horrible side of birth interventions.

Although she might not consider herself one, she appears in all ways a modern hippie. She is vegan, green, and anti consumerism. She also is still breastfeeding her 3 year old son. If that throws you off, just consider that at the end of the day the book is really an encouragement to consider how to love them. They are not accessories and this a once in a lifetime event. Dont screw it up! So turn off the tv, dont buying so many useless toys, make a gallant effort at choosing a job with less interference, be present, give of yourself (and your breastmilk) and your time and energy. Simply put - love them!
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HASH(0x93171de0) étoiles sur 5 Meh.... 22 avril 2013
Par MsMarino - Publié sur
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So, I was very interested to read this book, as I love the ideas behind APing, and since I grew up knowing who Mayim was, I thought it would be fascinating to see her journey with motherhood. However, I was quickly disappointed. I found the book to be preachy, full of contradictions, and just not written that well. Also, for people who are already familiar with Attachment Parenting, her stories were remedial and ho hum. I didn't feel like I found anything new in this book. I also felt as if she wrote it by the seat of her pants, as it was almost a stream of consciousness in its style.

She was so disdainful of SO many parenting styles- for example going to what I assumed was Target and seeing women with their strollers and carseats (horrible, horrible mothers), but she didn't go into what people who actually HAVE to use a carseat do when they need to get somewhere. No you don't need a billion products to contain your baby, but you do need a carseat, and Im guessing that since she lives in LA, she does drive. I carry my baby and wear him pretty much everywhere we go, I breastfeed, stay home with him, co-slept til he was 7months, and consider myself VERY in tune with his needs. Therefore, her telling me the virtues of these things was moot. I guess I just felt like she is beating a dead horse in a sense. People who are going to read her book are most likely already well versed in the tenets of some form of Attachment Parenting. There was nothing new here. What WAS new was her talking about how lazy, disconnected, and unaware mothers who don't share her ideals are. If I couldn't have breastfed for any number of reasons, I probably would have been brought to tears by reading her section on breastfeeding. We know that breast is best. Its not always possible. So why beat it into everyone that unless you have cracked nipples, had a hard time latching, and all that jazz, you are essentially robbing your baby of its "birthright"? (her words). It just came across as highly sanctimonious and holier than thou.

I feel like it is worth discussing, that since this book has been published, her marriage has dissolved. I do applaud/(and understand) her for making her children the focus of her entire life, but it seems that since she has had a divorce since this book was published, all was not as peachy as she proclaimed. I am not over here on my high horse either. I have learned that a child can strain even the most solid marriage. I had problems with balancing caring(yes, caring) for my husband with caring for my son, without compromising either relationship or my values in raising my son. I am not saying the family bed is good or bad, i am not saying that any of what she did is good or bad. I am saying that if you decide to make your children the center of your entire life, you better know that someone is going to fall by the wayside. I definitely placed my husband second for a short while when I was getting to know the ins and outs of my infant sons routines. I am sorry to hear that she divorced, and sorry for her pain. I just wonder how the values she so strongly used to raise her young sons didn't contribute to a larger problem which could possibly harm them more than say, not having to say please or thank you would harm them.

There are many beautiful ideas in this book. The idea I came away with the most is the issue of "stuff". My son eschews toys to simple household items. I love that, and I intend to take her advice to draft a letter to my friends and family asking to please not gift unnecessary toys and whatnot. I wish Mayim all the best with her parenting and her children are very adorable. I just wish I hadnt spent $13 on this book. I should have taken it out on loan from the library instead...
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HASH(0x96c6e03c) étoiles sur 5 The Very Opposite of What The Author Claims It To Be 5 juin 2013
Par Kindle Customer - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle
Dr. Bialik claims that this book is not intended to be a "how-to" of raising children. It's not intended to be preachy or to make anyone feel guilty of their choices. She fails on all three. The book is definitely a "how-to" of raising children - her how-to. It's written very casually, but more often than not does come off preachy. And lastly and perhaps most importantly, she is hyper critical of anyone who does not parent the same way she does. She criticizes two parent working households, people who don't bedshare, moms who don't breastfeed, and more. (For the record, I am a breastfeeding stay at home mother and I found her comments about these topics judgmental.)

Her book was interesting for a basic introduction to attachment parenting. Some of her stories were cute and entertaining.

However,the negatives far outweigh the positives. In addition to those things mentioned above, her chapter on medicine is very strange and incorrect. She claims that ONLY Western medicine is filtered by the liver and recommends that everyone use "folk medicine" (her words) instead. It's a great example of how a heavily educated person can still be dead wrong about things. Anything taken orally is going to be filtered by the liver whether it's a Tylenol or herbal teas; that's the entire purpose of the liver. If she's trying to save her liver the work, she just needs to stop eating period. Again, how is it any different putting calendula on a wound than putting antibiotic ointment? At least the ointment will prevent infection. Either way, you're still interfering with the body's natural processes, which is what she claims she doesn't want to do. I also strongly question giving ice chips to a baby for teething pain. The child can choke or cut their gums on the chips. Then, when she says that she doesn't vaccinate her children, she lost all respect from me completely.

As some other reviewers mentioned, her chapter on bed-sharing was interesting but really made me wonder about the condition of her marriage. Overall her priority seems to be children first, children always. This is definitely not a healthy attitude for her marriage or even for her children. In the end, I fear that it is the children who suffer most from this type of attitude, as many marriage crumble under the weight of a "child first" policy.

To sum, I would NOT recommend this book to others.
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