• Stuff You Don't Need

  • A Mother's Guide to Raising A Child in a Gadget World
  • By: T. Whitmore
  • Narrated by: Jennifer Gunnerson
  • Length: 55 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 08-31-15
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Terrence Wood
  • 5 out of 5 stars 5.0 (10 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

In this audiobook, I help you raise your child without the help of any expensive gadget. I discuss tips, tricks, and resolutions to problems faced by several super-moms. While I answer some of the fears and questions building up in your mind as you prepare for motherhood in this gadget-infested day and age, you'll also gain the confidence to bring up your child without spending a penny on any gadgets - not even the ones being advertised at that cute little baby store you last visited. Sure, times are changing, but so is your child. As your child keeps growing, you might not need that fancy gadget you bought out of impulse.
Almost every home has stories of how parents raised their children without the help of any technology. Today, of course, along with getting the nursery ready for their child, the first thing most mothers do is run out and find what the latest gadget available in the market is. Most pediatricians have reported that they feel they are competing with technology.
Are you ready to bring up your child in a healthy and gadget-free environment? You'll find solutions for your own problems, and you might just be able to help your sister or best friend who may be facing similar issues.
Our generation turned out just fine after being raised gadget-free, so why not raise our own children the same way?
While this book helps you understand how children can still be raised without the use of gadgets, you can consider it as a friendly conversation.
©2015 Terrence Wood (P)2015 Terrence Wood
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5 out of 5 stars
By jency on 08-07-17

A wonderful way to grow up with our worthiness

This is an important book for all of us as we negotiate our way through life. It shows us how to define our relationship with our mothers and sets a healthy template for all of our future relationships in life. A wonderful way to grow up with our worthiness, our love and creativity intact and free of suffering. The book talks about the differences from the old ways, to those used now. Some of the best information is how our children are so focused on electronics these days.

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5 out of 5 stars
By CHARLIE on 08-07-17

Real,down to earth practical advice

Where does Stuff You Don't Need rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I would say it would rank top 5 in terms of the audiobooks I've heard so far.

What did you learn from Stuff You Don't Need that you would use in your daily life?


Any additional comments?

For women who have found themselves single and raising sons.filled with advice. encouragement,validation and practical resources to seek more help on specific issues. This book specifically addresses the dynamic of mother and daughter relationships and provides detailed exercises for those wanting to understand theirs better and if needed heal from it. I agree that some times I am glad that I have limited my children's electronics exposure. Awesome book that I will be passing along to other moms.

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