You know yourself well.

You’re capable, caring, loving, and wise.

AND yet,

You’re facing a fork in the road.

 

You know yourself well.

You are capable, caring, loving, and wise.

AND yet,

You’re facing a fork in the road.

You face the daily pressures
we all face, with one addition—
you’re trying to be the best parent you can be. 

And that adds a lot of pressure to the daily mix.

 

You wonder how, if parenting is this hard now,
you’ll ever be able to raise your child
without yelling or damaging your relationship.

We all face this moment, at one time or another.

You wonder how,
if things are this hard now,
you’ll ever be able
to teach as you correct without
damaging the relationship
you have with your child?”

You wonder,
if you are destined
to yell, punish and react
instead of respond?

We all face this moment,
at one time or another.

Your goal is to raise strong, empathetic,
independent, wise, and happy children.

But the big emotions, mistakes,
and lack of cooperation
have become triggers.

You have the skills needed when you’re calm,
but once triggered,
you end up saying and doing things
you never thought you would?!

Your goal is to raise strong,
empathetic, independent, wise,
and happy children.

But the big emotions, mistakes,
and lack of cooperation
have become triggers.

You have the skills needed
when you’re calm,
but once triggered,
you end up saying and doing things
you never thought you would!?

You know yelling and punishing aren’t working; this isn’t how you planned on raising your child.

You thought yelling would get you the results you were looking for, but all you see on your child’s sweet face is the damage that yelling produces.

You’ve tried negotiating, but that sent the message your child has as much authority as you do.

Big feelings happen so quickly that talking deteriorates into yelling before you can stop what’s happening.

As a result you’ve decided to worry about “the relationship” when (s)he gets older and behavior becomes more normalized, whatever that means?

       You’re frustrated and out of solutions. And still, behavior needs to change.

The trouble is,
yelling and punishing isn’t working;

     this is not how you planned on raising your child.

You see action when you yell, 
and you see the damage that yelling
produces 
on your child’s sweet face. 

You’ve tried to negotiate, 
but that sends your child the message
(s)he has as much authority as you do.

Big emotions happen so quickly
that things deteriorate into yelling
before you can stop what’s happening.

You find yourself yelling,
and decide you’ll worry about
“the relationship”
when the kids get older?!

You’re frustrated,
out of solutions,
and still, need
behavior to change.

Learn how, NOW!

 

Which path will you choose?
Repeating the same methods and getting the same results,
                                  or
Transform Behavior into Learning Moments?

 

For you, damaging the parent/child relationship is not an option.
Expanding your perspective, accessing your inner authentic authority,
and transforming behavior into learning moments,
is the kind of parenting you’ve been looking for.

 

Whenever you’re ready… explore the rest of the site or begin with our free ebook,
Illustrating How Mad Impacts Kids & How to Become Calmer

 

Which path will you choose?
Repeating the same methods
and getting the same results,
or
Transform Behavior
into Learning Moments?

Parenting is not instant pudding.
No 1 solution changes everything. 


Shifting your perspective,
seeing the bigger picture,
and accessing your
inner authentic authority
so behavior can be transformed
into a learning moment, 
is the key to parenting.

To see what I’m talking about
download our gift:
Teaching Kids How Mad Affects You
and How to Get Calm.

 

7 Ways to Help Kids Control Themselves An eBook with 7 Quick adjustments you can make to help your child gain more self-control.
7 Ways to Help Kids Control Themselves An eBook with 7 Quick adjustments you can make to help your child gain more self-control.

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shifting problems into solutions

Here are three ways to shift

from yelling and being punitive,

to correcting behavior using

mindful and responsive approaches

that truly create change.

Stop Reacting and Start Responding, my book, shares 108 ways to Transform Behavior into Learning Moments. 

Parents in 92 countries around the world have benefited from this approach.

Available in Soft Cover, eBook or Audio Book.

Purchase topic specific products showing you how to shift from yelling and reacting to mindfully teaching kids about themselves and their behavior.

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“In an era when we all feel confused about ‘how to parent’ our children, Parent Educator Sharon Silver provides sensible, modern advice real parents can really use. It can be difficult to navigate the differing opinions of experts … [Sharon shows us that] time-out isn’t the only option.” Dr. Lynne Kenney, Author of The Family Coaching Method

“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

“Sharon really does seem to see the entire relationship between parent and child in our interactions in a way that most authors and experts don’t. I think my entire parenting experience would have been easier if I had known about her work when my older one was younger.” Moxie, Askmoxie.com

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