Tried and tested parenting communication guide based on role-playing is now exclusively available for all iOS devices
WARSAW, POLAND, November 28, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Independent video games developer MythicOwl in cooperation with the authors of “How to Talk So Little Kids Will Listen” Joanna Faber and Julie King, today launched their gamified parenting advice app Parenting Hero exclusively on the App Store for $4.99, €5.49, £4.99. One of the few parenting apps on the market for everyday problematic parent-children situations, Parenting Hero is designed to improve the family life experience making the everyday communication with children less stressful. The app brings together – useful parenting insights based on the award winning advice from internationally acclaimed experts.
“Being a parent myself I can relate to the fact that parenting is more than a full time job and it’s not always easy to communicate with your children the right way in certain circumstances“, said Tomasz Mularczyk, CEO at MythicOwl. “Offering amazing tips from the hugely successful book by Joanna Faber and Julie King, we believe, that Parenting Hero will make a difference for parents in everyday situations.”
Parenting Hero is a comprehensive role-playing guide for parents on how to have a composed discussion with their children aged 2-7, so they feel acknowledged, understood and treated with respect, instead of tackling more challenging discussions with a threat of punishment. It’s a game with animated hand-drawn cartoon graphics, where parents have to choose the best solution out of multiple answers in order to handle the presented situation. Parenting Hero offers instant, practical, visually presented parenting advice to anyone who has little time to scour through myriad of parenting guidebooks full of detailed theoretical information.
Get Parenting Hero from the App Store for $4.99 here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/parenting-hero/id1157368189
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Source: EIN Presswire