Summary of Richard Ferber's Solve Your Child's Sleep Problems

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Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book.

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#1 The most frequent calls I receive at the Center for Pediatric Sleep Disorders at Children’s Hospital Boston are from parents whose children are sleeping poorly. The parents are tired, frustrated, and often angry. Their own relationship has become tense, and they are wondering whether there is something inherently wrong with their child.

#2 The Sleep Center treats sleep problems in children, which are usually common throughout families and social environments. It is important to note that sleep problems are rarely the result of poor parenting.

#3 Parents often believe that if their child is a restless sleeper or can’t seem to settle down at night, it’s because he is by nature a poor sleeper. However, this is rarely the case. Virtually all children without major medical or neurological disorders are able to sleep well.

#4 It may be tempting to assume that your child is one of the few children who have difficulty sleeping, but that is almost never the case. Most children have a normal ability to fall asleep and remain asleep, even if they have a sleep disturbance such as sleepwalking or bedwetting.