Meltdown Decoder:
10 Questions to Ask Kids that Clarify the Emotions Causing a Meltdown, FAST!

Ready to feel calm and confident handling the “BIG FEELS”
that cause a meltdown, even in public,
and feel good about your parenting again? 

Every kid has feelings, and every parent wants the intensity to stop. We all have a push-pull relationship with feelings. First, we push our kids to talk about feelings, then when they express how they feel, usually loudly, we emotionally pull back, silently wishing it would stop.

The Meltdown Decoder will show you how,
• to reframe the typical questions you ask so they address the “BIG Feels” instead of
  reacting to them.

• battling emotions stops you from using a mindful authority
to unlock intense feelings, so they reveal what’s truly behind behavior.

Corporation Sharon has taught to respond not react

I’m Sharon Silver, and maybe you can relate to my story.

I usually don’t share this, but I don’t want you to think you’re alone. I’m a former yeller and big reactor. I grew up during the ’60s when spanking etc., was the way you handled things. I never liked it and lost respect for my parents for doing it. Then, I had my kids and began parenting in a similar way. I was gobsmacked (I love that word!) and knew I needed to find another way, and I did.

Join parents from over 93 countries worldwide who keep this information on their nightstand for easy access to swipe conversations and tried and true solutions.

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Meltdown Decoder:
10 Questions to Ask Kids that Clarify the Emotions Causing a Meltdown, FAST

Ready to feel calm and confident handling the “BIG FEELS” that cause a meltdown, even in public, and feel good about your parenting again? 

Every kid has feelings, and every parent wants the intensity to stop.We all have a push-pull relationship with feelings. First, we push our kids to talk about feelings, then when they express how they feel, usually loudly, we emotionally pull back, silently wishing it would stop.

The Meltdown Decoder will show you how,
to reframe the typical questions you ask so
  they address the “BIG Feels” instead of
  reacting to them.
battling emotions stops you from using a
  mindful authority.
to unlock intense feelings, so they reveal
  what’s truly behind behavior.

Corporation Sharon has taught to respond not react

I’m Sharon Silver, and maybe you can relate to my story. I usually don’t share this, but I don’t want you to think you’re alone. I’m a former yeller and big reactor. I grew up during the ’60s when spanking etc., was the way you handled things. I never liked it and lost respect for my parents for doing it. Then, I had my kids and began parenting in a similar way. I was gobsmacked (I love that word!) and knew I needed to find another way, and I did.

Join parents from over 93 countries worldwide who keep this information on their nightstand for easy access to solutions and swipe conversations.

All Rights Reserved – Proactive Parenting – 2021        Privacy Policy | Web Site Terms and Conditions of Use