You want your child to become
a happy, fulfilled person.
You never intended on using yelling
to correct behavior — and yet it’s what you do.
You’d love to stop yelling,
but aren’t sure what to replace it with.
Join us for our FREE webinar,
“Why Do I Yell and What Can I Do Instead?”
These days there’s so much information and pressure to parent the “right way.” When you ignore what you know to be true for you and your child, and do what others tell you to do, you feel disconnected from your child, and from yourself. Feeling disconnected causes fear and disrespect, lack of listening and cooperation, and lots, and lots, of yelling.
Why Do I Yell and What Can I do Instead? our FREE webinar, shows you ways to connect as you correct behavior, without relinquishing your parental authority, so you can return to what matters most, loving and having fun with your child
“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
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Dealing with an impulsive child means correcting your child over and over again. That’s not only exhausting, it also sends an inaccurate silent message to the child.
Read this free e-book and learn what the message is, and how to help your child shift from impulsivity to self-control.