About This Book

An aversion involves an avoidance of a thing or situation because it is associated with an unpleasant, stressful or painful experience. A bottle-feeding aversion is where a baby – who has the ability to feed from a bottle – partially or completely refuses to feed while awake. But might feed while drowsy or asleep.

In my latest book, Your Baby’s Bottle-feeding Aversion, I describe physical and behavioral reasons for babies to reject bottle-feeds or take very little despite obvious signs of hunger; how to identify the cause; and effective solutions to match. Included are step-by-step instructions on how to resolve a baby’s bottle-feeding aversion that develops as a consequence of being repeatedly pressured to eat against his or her will.

Why I wrote this book

An infant feeding aversion one of the most frustrating and confusing situations a parent could face. An unresolved infant feeding aversion is often associated with growth concerns. Feeding refusal the source of a great deal of stress for babies, parents and other family members.

Having assisted over a 1000 babies get over their feeding aversion, I wanted to document the procedure in the hope of helping many more babies can get back to enjoying feed.

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Publication Information

Your Baby’s Bottle-feeding Aversion
ISBN Paperback Published Available in eBook
978-1976164415 212 pages Oct 2017 English Kindle, iBook, Nook, Kobo

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  • I’m so glad I found you. I just wanted to write and say thank you for writing that book. You have saved us! My sweet baby is accepting the bottle again and I have learned so much from reading your books. (I also bought the one about sleeping problems). I feel I can enjoy my life as a parent now.

    ★★★★★ by Janina Zetterlund from Australia
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