This Book Has Been Proven To Put Children To Sleep In Just MINUTES
The Rabbit Who Wants To Fall Asleepis a kids' bedtime story— which, like most bedtime stories, is supposed to help children fall asleep. But this book isn't your typical nighttime read. It uses psychological techniques, which have been proven to put youngsters to sleep within mere minutes.
Created by Swedish behavioral psychologist and linguist Carl-Johan Forssen Ehrlin, the book instructs parents to use positive reinforcement methods such as yawning while reading and speaking slowly and softly on italicized words.
"I had written books before about leadership and personal development using these techniques but I got the idea for a children's book while I was driving on a long journey with my mother and she fell asleep, and I got the idea of how I could use my methods to help children relax," Ehrlin told theTelegraph. "It helps the child to focus and makes them a part of the story so that they fall asleep along with the rabbit. They meet characters like Uncle Yawn and the Heavy-Eyed Owl."
Thanks to the book's nearly magical powers, it's been a huge hit.
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