How To Traumatize Your Children – 7 Proven Methods to Help You Screw Up Your Kids Deliberately and with Skill – Parents of the world rejoice! Knock Knock’s bestselling How to Traumatize Your Children has been revamped with all-new totally dysfunctional illustrations. This groundbreaking instructional volume teaches you how to give your children the lifelong gifts of mental and emotional damage. Whether you employ the same ruinous techniques your parents used or try out an entirely new approach, you are bound to succeed!

  • Learn the latest buzzwords and trends in traumatic parenting!
  • Choose a personal trauma style controlling, indulgent, and more!
  • Paperback; 4.5 x 6.5 inches; 144 pages; written by Knock Knock

Whether you want to send your children to therapy with the same techniques your parents used or try an entirely new approach, ‘How To Traumatize Your Children’ will show you the way.

The ‘How To Traumatize Your Children’ paperback lets you learn the latest buzzwords and trends in traumatic parenting.

Choose a personal trauma style – controlling, indulgent, and more.

Measures 4.5 x 6.5 inches.

144 Pages with full color throughout and 10 illustrations.

Reviews:

“Every last sentence is true. I think all humans should read this book at least once. Insight and comedy all in one? Yes, please! Five stars for being absolutely correct in a hilarious and dangerously close-cutting reality-check sort of way. This book helped some friends of mine realize what NOT to do and even though it was a joke book for april fools they read it now and again to double-check themselves on their own behavior. Awesome 🙂 – Shippou Kun

“I really enjoyed this book. Sort of the devil’s advocate to all the different parenting styles that we know of to their extreme, and how negative that would be on your children. The takeaway for me is that all these “traumatic” parenting styles, if used equally would be the most beneficial for your children. There are definitely (in my opinion) pros and cons to each “trauma”, and they are unavoidable, so utilize them as best you can. Excepting that you will traumatize your children to some degree, excepting that it’s ok and not denying the truth of that, is the point of this book. An excellent point indeed” – Laura