You know who you are.
You’re capable, wise, loving, and aware.
You’re facing a fork in the road.
You wonder, how, if things are this hard now,
will you ever be able to teach as you correct without
damaging your relationship with your child?”
You wonder, am I 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!?
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?!
Which path will you choose?
Repeating the same methods
and getting the same results,
or Transform Behavior into Learning Moments?
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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,
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