Why is it so difficult sometimes to get kids to listen? You know she heard you, but she ignores you. You ask again and still . . . no response. If you’re a regular around here, you know I’m a big proponent of positive parenting. In fact, I often recommend posts and books on the topic. I have to admit, though, despite how much I believe in these writings – I barely have time to read them myself. Life is usually just too busy to allow for a few hours of reading to brush up on my parenting skills.
Which is why I’m so excited to partner with Amy McCready, founder of Positive Parenting Solutions and TODAY Show contributor, to offer a FREE LIVE training on
Thursday, October 4th , at 9PM EST.
UPDATE: DUE TO THE LAST SESSION SELLING OUT – WE’RE OFFERING IT AGAIN NOVEMBER 8TH AT 6PM EST!
It’s an excellent opportunity to fit a little positive parenting training into your busy schedule.
You’ll learn easy to implement strategies to correct misbehavior and reclaim the calm voice you had before kids (remember that?!). You’ll also discover proven tools for your most frustrating discipline dilemmas including the 5 R’s of Fair & Effective Consequences.
All you need is your computer (no webcam required). You’ll see and hear Amy on your screen and you can even ask questions and she’ll make them part of the presentation. Parents RAVE about this session and here’s another fun bonus – I’ll be there too so you’ll get a chance to interact with the woman behind the curtain.
RSVP today and then kick back and learn from the comfort of your home.
Webinar seating will be limited so learn more and RSVP now! I’m really looking forward to chatting and learning with all of you.
Parenting expert Amy McCready is the Founder of Positive Parenting Solutions and a “recovering yeller.” She is a champion of positive parenting techniques for happier families and well-behaved kids. Amy reaches a worldwide audience with her Positive Parenting Solutions Online course and is a frequent guest on the TODAY Show and has also appeared on Rachael Ray, CNN, Fox & Friends, MSNBC, and elsewhere. In her most important role, she is mom to two teenage boys.