August 28th 2010
Why does parenting feel like such a struggle sometimes? A struggle to get them out the door. A struggle to get them through dinnertime. A struggle to get them to sleep. A struggle to get them to listen to a word you say!!!
Between a child’s seemingly endless need for attention and help, and our over-worked, under-acknowledged state of being, it can feel like we’re struggling over EVERYthing, even the little things that “should” be a breeze. But the truth is we don’t have to struggle.
With a little information, and a fundamental structure for understanding and working with our children’s behaviors, we can have success, transform those hard situations, and really be connected with our kids in a way that brings us joy, relief, satisfaction and confidence in our parenting, and just as importantly, in a way that teaches character, self-confidence, and responsibility to our kids.
In just 3 sessions, you can learn why your children have to act out just at that perfect wrong moment, and what to do about it so you not only handle the problem in this moment, but also create character, understanding and connection in the long term. You can create consistency in how you approach discipline, limits, tantrums and boundaries, and you can stop feeling so frustrated.
Come to Oakland this Wednesday night and try the first session. If you don’t like it, you don’t have to take the whole series. I guarantee you will walk away feeling empowered by your new knowledge and tools.
So don’t wait. Don’t put off coming because you cannot take the time. This kind of information gives you time, because it takes out the time you waste worrying if you’re doing the right thing, or arguing with your partner about the way to handle issues of raising children. Come and soak up some wisdom… I look forward to seeing you!
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