Like Dr. Doolittle, we all have
a push-pull relationship with feelings.
First, we push our kids to talk about feelings then when they express them, usually loudly, we emotionally pull back, silently wishing it would stop.
You’re not crazy, parenting is hard.
You’re good at communicating with adults; you’ve done way more complex things than speaking to a child, yet somehow the “big feelings” trigger and challenge you, which causes emotional chaos and stops you from unscrambling the motivation behind the behavior.
What can you do?
Experts providing helpful parenting theories are everywhere these days.
However, the best expert on the “BIG Feelings” behind behavior and meltdowns is—your child.
The Emotional Decoder:
The Fasted way to Understand and Calm the Chaos of a Child’s Big Feelings
➡️ The Emotional Decoder, the invaluable next step in the responding
process, unscrambles the questions you usually ask and reengineers
them, so your child learns about themselves, the world around them,
the impact their actions have on others, and the need for self-
➡️ Your child is the best expert on the emotional motivation behind their
behavior. These life skills created by the questions teach them that it’s
their emotional journey, not yours.
➡️ This is the first and only effective tool allowing a child to guide you to
their true answers versus telling you what they think you want to hear,
so that the inquisition will stop!
➡️ And, since The Decoder questions maintain the parent/child connection,
so it feels safer for kids to begin learning how to explore and being
honest about what’s behind their “big feelings.”
Who doesn’t want that?
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the Chaos of a Child’s Big Feelings
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(It’s way cheaper than a pair of kids shoes and lasts way longer.)
Why Should You Trust Me?
As a mom myself, I know parenting can be tough. It’s even tougher when you’re not sure what is triggering you to react rather than respond. My own childhood was “eventful” and the way I found myself reacting is the exact reason why I became a parent educator – to help parents learn how to raise children in the best way possible.
I’ve been working with parents for over 30 years, and have earned 4 parenting certifications from some of the most well-respected institutes in the country such as the Cline/Fay Institute, The Gesell Institute of Child development, and the work of Rudolf Dreikurs through INCAF and Positive Parenting.
I’ve been featured on Oprah, CNN, Sacramento and Company, Am Northwest, and in Parenting and Parents Magazine, Yahoo Parenting, and other regional and national parenting magazines. I’ve also spoken at Microsoft, Intel, PayPal, and eBay’s Parenting Networks.
I am the proud author of Stop Reacting and Start Responding; 108 Ways to Transform Behavior into Learning Moments. I have also been a contributor to Parents Ask and Experts Answer, PopSugar Parenting, and I’ll be appearing soon inside the upcoming Momma’s Goals.
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Our parents get results. Will you be next?
I love helping parents build better relationship with their children
I know The Emotional Decoder will shift your reaction to actionable responsive strategies that actually work.
I’m so glad you’re going to join us!