Steve Biddulph is a psychologist who writes about families, in such an easy, conversational, and yet heart touching way that his books become like family friends. An astonishing four million readers in 27 languages make him one of the most widely read parenting authors of recent years.
As well as tackling all the big parenting questions, his books remind us that in a world being swallowed by greed, hurry and fear, the values of slowing down enough to care, being human and loving, falling over and getting up again, add up to something powerful and huge in the true scale of things.
Steve has spoken in the Houses of Parliament to British MPs, was voted Australia’s Father of the Year in the year 2000, and worked with parents from Belfast to Boulder, China to Capetown, including 100,000 participants in his talks and workshops to date.
He now lives more quietly, raising his children and thinking about new issues such as men’s wellbeing, how to fight globalization, and understanding how to have a peaceful mind in a world of pain.
Steve’s books include ‘The Secret of Happy Children’, ‘The Complete Secrets of Happy Children’, ‘The Secret of Happy Parents,’ and ‘Raising Boys’.
“The enemy of love is hurry. Hurry kills love. When two people slow down enough, then love will naturally grow”- Steve Biddulph.
Check out Steve’s website at www.stevebiddulph.com