Good Child Guide Review and Free Bonus

Good Child Guide Review and Bonus

Good Child Guide Reveiw
The Good Child Guide by Dr. Noel Swanson is a parenting book that I had the pleasure of reading and in this article I’m going to share my thinking on it. If you are reading this I have to assume you’re looking for some information to help you decide whether or not you should pick up a copy of his book.

Who am I and why am I writing this review? My name is Chris Thompson and I’m the author of “Talking to Toddlers”, a parenting audio course that helps parents learn how to use language patterns to influence their children. I designed it for parents of younger kids, but truth be told, it has practical applications to any age (even adults). I am writing this review because I feel Dr. Noel’s book is a great complement to the tools that I offer parents.

I really enjoyed The Good Child Guide, and I think it’s best suited for parents dealing with kids who are 6-12 years old, although it would still be very suitable for a child who is 5 or 13. There is no firm limit here.

I also want to make you a sweet offer so that buying his book is a total no-brainer decision. For a limited time, if you pick up a copy of The Good Child Guide using this special link, then I will give you (for free) a copy of my Talking to Toddlers audio course. My course sells every day for $37 and offers you a ton of amazing tools to help influence children using language. These are important skills to learn, and you have the unique opportunity of getting my 3-CD audio course for free. Keep reading for more details towards the end of this review. But remember – this bonus offer is limited and I won’t keep doing it forever.

What makes the Good Child Guide Useful for Parents?

A framework for understanding kids. If I had to sum it up in a few words, I’d say that Noel Swanson has provided you with a framework for understanding how kids think. He’ll show you exactly what drives them to behave the way they do whether it be tantrums, whining, bugging, guilting you into doing things, threatening you, buttering you up, or bribing you with promises.

Once you understand why kids act the way they do you are much more likely to follow through on his excellent advice on how to go about fixing these problems.

Dr. Noel also focuses on teaching YOU how to think differently as a parent, not just on showing you how to get your kid to do as he or she is told. We’re not out to create robotic children that have no mind of their own, are we? Noel seems to share my beliefs about this, which is another major reason I loved his book so much.

The Good Child Guide is not about a quick fix either.
You won’t read the book and suddenly have a well behaved child tomorrow. Noel is not trying to sell you some kind of magic solution. He’s correctly telling parents that they need to master a certain way of thinking and behaving before they can get their kids to change. If he was promising some quick fix I’d be as turned off as you would be when your realized the quick fix doesn’t exist. So I’d say that Dr. Noel is genuinely offering helpful advice that works for a family. It’s ecologically balanced meaning it helps the whole family and not just the parent or child.

Let me give you a quick analogy. Can you imagine reading a relationship book that tells you how to have a happy marriage? What if the book simply offered advice on how to get your spouse to do exactly what you asked, and to think the way you think. It sounds silly, doesn’t it? We all know that a happy marriage comes from independent thinking, but mutual respect and love. Guess what? It’s the exact same thing when it comes to a parent-child relationship. So Dr. Noel’s book is really a relationship guide designed to help you fix parent-child relationships.

Exclusive Bonus: Free Copy of My Popular Parenting Audio Course

If you purchase Noel Swanson’s Good Child Guide through my link below, I’ll send you a copy of “Talking to Toddlers: Dealing with the Terrible Twos and Beyond”. This is a very real $37 value (you can visit the sales page for it here). Although the title says “toddlers”, in truth you will quickly realize that the language patterns I teach you in this course are incredibly powerful, and will allow you to solve problems where you’d otherwise feel stumped. I’ve been using these language tools since 1996 with great success, and I have received literally hundreds of emails from parents thanking me for showing them a new way to solve problems.

Instructions to claim your free bonus:

1. Follow THIS LINK and purchase The Good Child Guide. You must use the link that I’m giving you here because I earn a commission on the sale, which is why I’m willing to give away my $37 course when you buy using this link.

2. Send me your purchase receipt by email. The email address to use is info (at)

3. I will email you a download link promptly.

A Word About the Guarantee

One of the major reasons I feel good about recommending Dr. Noel Swanson’s book, The Good Child Guide, is because he offers you a money back guarantee. I know some of you may be wondering if this is real or just some trick to steal money from you. Well, I can vouch for it because I’ve seen the way he does business.

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