You’ve no doubt got an arsenal full of tools to help
with raising kids. You chat with friends and coworkers, get
online to conduct research, read our newsletters and website
and you may even have some parenting books on your bookshelf. There
truly is a wealth of infomration available to help with
raising responsible, well balanced children.
But even with all of this information, chances are you may find yourself
resorting to old, ineffective parenting habits. We all do it
at times, especially when we are tired, sick, busy or just
plain frustrated. Instead of being proactive, we resort to
nagging, haggling, begging or bribing for kids to do what we
ask of them.
We know you are a busy parent and don't have time to read
huge books or reports so we've put together a
short 7-page guide with a list of 10 things you can do to get your kids to cooperate.
Inside, you’ll learn…
The #1 thing that will help you grab and hold your child's attention.
tones and voices matter & how you can to apply them.
A two-step process for avoiding power struggles with your
steps to getting you child to listen.
How to create win/win situations
when issues arise.
Even if you only have the occasional power struggle, I urge you to give this
short report a read. I think you’ll agree that having the
knowledge to tackle issues as they arise is much better than
handing a situtation poorly then searching for answers.
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