I just posted a full review of the Positive Parenting course at Feels Like Home Recommends. You should jump over there and read it before going on.
The gist is this: Parenting a 2-year-old had me a bit frazzled. I felt inept, and I didn’t know how to manage her behavior. Of course, she was reacting to my uneasiness by behaving badly. The books I had on parenting and discipline didn’t quite fit, and I could spend all day reading without getting any real suggestions on what to do that didn’t involved spanking or time out (neither of which have worked for us). Enter Positive Parenting, via recommendation from my friend, Mariana.
I was (and continue to be) so excited about Positive Parenting that I asked Amy McCready, its founder, to present a webinar for my friends and Dear Readers.
The webinar will be held on Wednesday, August 26 from 9 to 10 pm ET, and it is free to you.
It’s all about the tools and the solutions, right? Amy is going to spend an hour talking with us about The Art of Consequences.
The Art of Consequences is a preview of one part of the Positive Parenting Breakthrough Course.
It’s not just for toddlers.
I am so glad that I found this program now, while Grace is still little. I’ve made lots of mistakes, but I’ve only been a parent for a short while.
I will be able to use the Positive Parenting ideas and methods for the next 17 or 18 years. If you’re the parent of an older child, tween or teen, you will still find a lot of value in The Art of Consequences.
Positive Parenting works with kids as old as 16 (and older!) because it arms parents with tools to manage their children’s behaviors without yelling, nagging, or punishments.
You will be doing yourself – and your kids – a favor by participating in The Art of Consequences.
I can’t tell you how thrilled I am to be co-hosting this webinar with Amy McCready. I hope you’ll join us on August 26.
Read more or register at Positive Parenting Solutions
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