Free Webinar: Get Kids to Listen Without Nagging, Reminding or Yelling

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Learn a ton of tips you can start using the SAME day.Tired of the yelling?  Tired of the whining?  Tired of being tired?

You’re not alone. From toddler temper-tantrums to tweens talking back … how do we get our kids to cooperate?

One of my 2014 goals is to continue to work on having parenting tools in my pocket for these type of stressful parenting situations.

Which is why I am excited to partner with Amy McCready, founder of Positive Parenting Solutions & TODAY Show contributor, to offer a FREE LIVE training affiliate webinar on Thursday, January 9th – 9:00pm Eastern.

The class got such a strong response we scheduled another spring session! The next webinar will be Thursday, May 1st at 9:00pmEST! Learn more

If you’re tired of nagging, reminding and yelling to get kids to listen – this session is for you.

Discover proven tools for your most frustrating discipline dilemmas including the 5 R’s of Fair & Effective Consequences. This hour-long investment will leave you with ideas you can start using the SAME day.

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.

Webinar seating will be limited so learn more and RSVP now!

Our family has been working on implementing a family approach to chores. It has been a bumpy road. My girls’ (7 & 9) ability to sass has gone up a notch over the last year. I constantly find myself nagging them to do a simple task. I’ll be at the session to pick up tips to help with my personal situation, too.

My 2014 parenting resolution? Stop nagging, reminding, and yelling.

Getting Kids to Do CHORES Without Nagging
©  Top Right: Rachel Zack, 11.07.07 | Center: Nic McPhee, 11.04.07 | Bottom: Jenny Lee Silver, 03.27.02 | CC by 2.0

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I admit that I too am a “recovering yeller.” (Watch intro of this video.) When things get chaotic, when I feel like I can’t take another moment of whining, when my skin starts to crawl with frustration, my default is to yell … loud. I know it is not the best approach, yet despite that knowledge, when the moment escalates I can feel myself letting go of reason.

Here’s the catch: yelling always seems to backfire, especially with a strong willed child.

My daughter and I both end up feeling like this…

Learn a ton of tips you can start using the SAME day.

I feel terrible. She feels terrible. And we slowly have to work our way back to this…

Learn a ton of tips you can start using the SAME day.

Can you relate? 

RSVP today and pick up a few new parenting tools from the comfort of your home.

PPS-LogoTwo of my favorite bloggers, Stephanie Morgan of Modern Parents Messy Kids and Alyssa of Creative with Kids, both rave about how much their reader’s enjoy this session.

I am looking forward to participating with you.

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PS: In the meantime, we’d love it if you could let your Facebook friends know about this 2014 parenting webinar – just click this link to share on Facebook.

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Amy McCready

About Amy McCready
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.

 

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Image Credit: Top photo © Lance Neilson | 07.21.10 | CC by 2.0
Thank you to of Lance Neilson of 2nd Shift Photography  for sharing these expressive shots of his son under creative commons. You can find his most recent work here on Facebook.

Disclaimer: Let’s Lasso the Moon is proud to be a Positive Parenting Solutions affiliate. Click here to read our full disclosure.

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  • Debbie

    Any chance you will make this available on your website for those that can’t attend to listen to at another time? I’m in the UK so 9pm EST is not feasible for me :-( A super-tired mummy is even more likely to yell….. :-(