Being emotionally exhausted
by all of the outbursts, arguing, and power struggles
isn’t what you thought would happen when you had kids, right?
Childhood is too short to live with
anger and frustration
when you parent and correct behavior,
and yet you still need to correct behavior.
You can shift your reactive authority to
a mindful teaching authority instead!
We’re here to help.
It’s upsetting to yell, argue, and punish —
I know because I did it too.
You [like thousands of other parents] can find
what’s triggering your reactions and shift to using
a more mindful teaching authority instead.
You’re not alone. We give you the how, in how to do It.
We believe in…
decoding the feeling clues that accompany behavior, and
using mindful words and concepts that teach instead of punish,
all without sacrificing your parental authority.
Look below for the essential tools to create the results you’ve been looking for.
You’re the expert on your kids.
You know what will,
and what won’t work.
You want parenting methods that align
with who you and your child are;
methods that speak to the wholeness of your child—
instead of reacting to the behavior.
That’s what we offer.
You’ve been searching
for ways to remain connected,
while still using rules and boundaries.
Our eBooks, audios and coaching
share mindfully clear practical methods
that create the aha moments a child needs
to learn about themselves and their behavior.
We believe in…
decoding the feeling clues that accompany behavior,
using mindful strategies and clear teaching boundaries
so your child listens and learns
from you, and the situation.
Look below for the essential tools to create
the results you’ve been looking for.
Shifting from Problems to 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.
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What Others Say
“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
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