Get

off the punitive treadmill
and
Transform Behavior
into
Learning Moments

I’ll show you how!

 

You love your child(ren)

and
you’re frustrated, stressed

and

 

emotionally exhausted.

You want change.

 

You wonder how

if things are this hard now,

you’ll ever be able to teach your kids

what they need now, and in the future, 

without yelling and punishing all-the-time!

 

Read Solutions on our Blog

 

You want parenting methods

to support you and allow you to teach

and correct while remaining calm.

That’s what Proactive Parenting,

my work [and this site] is all about. . 

Scroll down to see what’s possible.

This site is devoted to

Helping parents decode the feeling clues that 

accompany behavior by using mindful, yet firm, 

words and concepts that teach instead of punish,

all without sacrificing your parental authority.  

This site is devoted to

Helping parents decode the feeling clues that 

accompany behavior by using mindful, yet firm, 

words and concepts that teach instead of punish,

all without sacrificing your parental authority.  

The Dream

you had for parenting IS possible!

No parent has all the answers. 

Parenting provides growth

for both parent and child. 

However—

you can transform behavior

into learning moments

Scroll down to see what’s possible.

Free Gift: Instant Solutions

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

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.

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.

Dr. Shefali and Sharon Silver

Sharon and Dr. Shefali talking parenting

Work with me privately to gain specific words and actions that will transform behavior for your unique child and family.

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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

“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

“I’ve been led to thousands of websites, read hundreds of blogs, and books. I have scrounged bits and pieces of useful advice, but the majority was dead end information that was not pertinent. Your website was different … it was the way you worded things. You were like a fresh, crisp, cool drink of water during an often-exhausting marathon of seeking advice.” Amy Vance

“A glorious collection of parenting tips that moms can instantly use to help them raise good and caring kids.” Michele Borba, Ed.D,

“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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