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Topic - Marianne Clyde
In her book, "Peaceful Parenting: 10 Essential Principles," Marianne Clyde draws upon her years as a family therapist — and her real life challenges as a wife and mom — to map out a life-changing approach to successful parenting.
But that's a recipe for disaster, she says: "[Y]ou can imagine that pressure stuffed way down deep as a volcano waiting to erupt."
"It's been a long, hard, fun, crazy, and interesting trip from insecure wife and mother to MommyZen," she writes, "but I want to share what I have learned along the way with you."