When a child is “out of control,” or behaving in a manner you don’t like or agree with,
you attempt to stop the behavior Right.This.Minute.

The problem is sooner, rather than later, the behavior occurs again. Stopping behavior isn’t enough. Your child needs the skills to control themselves and that requires teaching, not reacting. This free eBook shares 7 ways to begin that type of teaching.  

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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