Calm the Tantrums eBook

A Step-by-Step Guide to Calming Toddler Tantrums

What's in this eBook:

  • Find out the real reason behind tantrums
  • Top 3 ways to avoid toddler meltdowns
  • How to stay calm during epic tantrums
  • How to stop the hitting
  • Calm down a toddler quickly
  • Use tantrums to build resilience

What People Are Saying

Mark Burhenne

DDS, Amazon #1 bestselling author of The 8-Hour Sleep Paradox

This is one of the best parenting books out there. Li's unique approach to handling toddler tantrums is simple, effective and backed by enormous amount of scientific proof. Her insights revolutionize the way we understand toddler behavior. A must-read for any parents and caregivers of young children.

Gerald Puk

PhD, Psychologist

Li offers a fresh new perspective on tantrums and gives parents the tools to turn terrible-two’s into valuable opportunities for a child to grow into a mature and resilient person. I highly recommend it.

Cynthia Kong

LMFT, LPCC, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor

This is a must-read book for parents of young children, or anyone likely to spend time around young children. Ms. Li does an excellent job of summarizing, in clear and accessible language, the extensive literature on the neurobiology and psychology of human emotional development. She gives many practical tips on effective ways to manage these commonly challenging situations.

Pamela Li

Pamela is a mother, wife, bestselling author, and the Editor-in-Chief of parentingforbrain.com. She helps parents create happy and healthy homes that allow children to develop their brains optimally and reach their full potentials. She also helps parents who’ve had traumatic childhood break the cycle and do it differently with their own kids.

Parenting for Brain serves over 2 million visitors per year, and have content referenced by over 20 universities and governments worldwide.

Pamela’s science-based parenting advice has also been featured in HuffPost, Apple News, Yahoo! News, The Mercury News and Fatherly. She has been named Quora Top Writer three years in a row.

Pamela is a McGill-trained electrical engineer and has received master’s degrees from Stanford University and Harvard University.