Sharon Silver


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Preschool Behavior Solutions

Your Child’s Misbehavior Has Another Purpose
If you have a 2-5 year-old then you’ve experienced tantrums, wild or sassy behavior, right? You think it’s misbehavior. It looks and feels like misbehavior. But the truth is something else is motivating it. Learn what that is.


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Correcting Behavior Ages 5-18

Responding Connects as You Correct Behavior
Some say, “I’d love alternatives to yelling, arguing, and punishing, but that’s all he responds to.” There are alternatives that connect, build self-esteem, and correct behavior at the same time. And the results are everything you want your parenting to be. Begin now.

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The Book

108 Practical Solutions for Everyday Life
No parent has time to read 300-pages of child development and parenting theory to find answers. I’ve reduced the solutions down to 2 pages per topic with an easy way to reference answers in 1 minute or less so you can move on.
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You Are Not Alone
Sometimes all you need is to talk things out, get some ideas to inspire you so you’re refreshed and can get back to it. That’s what coaching is all about. Get the tips and solutions you’re looking for to live the family life you’ve dreamed of.

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Why Yelling Is a Waste of Time and Energy  21.9K Shares

Do you think yelling and being firm are the same thing? Many parents do. They believe in order to be firm, you have to yell. I believe yelling is yelling and that firmness is authority in action and requires no yelling.
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How to Deal With Back Talk From Your Kids 13.3K Shares

When a child is being verbally disrespectful, or as we called it in our home, “emotionally biting” someone, a parent’s defensive wall goes up and she screams right back! Reader Jodie M. wonders how “to manage her own anger when dealing with oppositional kids.”  Read On >

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One Thing You Should Never Say to Your Child 12.3K Shares

“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” When I was little that rhyme was the big, bad, powerful statement we used to ward off the vicious attacks of other kids. Read On >

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4 Ways to Get Your Child to Listen to You 453 Shares

Recently I asked a group of moms, “How do you get your child to listen to you?”

Some replied, “Give consequences till he listens,” and others, “Be willing to leave if she doesn’t listen.” Those things do work, but most of the time a parent has to add a reaction to the request in order for it to work. Read On >

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“This has triggered a wonderful inner transformation for me on many levels. Big light-bulb for me is that we are here to TEACH, not reprimand with time-outs they don’t understand. I see every moment as a teaching opportunity because of you!” Renee Taylor

I thoroughly enjoyed The Authentic Parent Series. I thought if I only gain one or two things from the course, it will be worth it. It was so much longer and extensive than I thought. It definitely exceeded my expectations. Vera Womek

“I’ve seen sites like this before… they look like they offer great stuff, but give fluff or BS. I’m amazed at the immediate results with my child and myself. I’m in control… I don’t get emotional or upset. I now use situations as teachable moments, and my child totally responds.” Erin from Oregon

“It’s really refreshing to get helpful tips that start with the change within us first. I find your insight really helpful and exactly what I am looking for.” Lani Wharton

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