Parenting is Painful When Your Kids Disrespect You
If you hear:
“I hate you!”
“You can’t make me!”
and other sassy talk, don’t give up!
You Can Stop the Disrespect!
Keep reading. I’ll show you exactly how to stay cool, what to say, and what to do.
If You Follow My Blueprint, You’ll:
1 - Discover how to decrease disrespect and increase positive behavior.
2 - Understand how powerful your words are and how to use them to get respect.
3 - Learn how your body language can capture your kids’ attention and boost your parenting skills.
4 - Promote character and caring in your kids' behavior.
5 - Read a problem situation quickly and feel more confident in what you do.
You’ll Discover 3 Simple Parenting Skills You Can Start Doing Right Away for Making Discipline Easier
Listen! I know your kids test your boundaries. I know they’re watching to see what you’ll do.
If your kids disrespect you with words or actions, these 3 parenting skills are:
. The map for handling their disrespect just right
. The solutions unsuccessful parents forget. You won’t be repeating their mistakes
. The strategies that avoid planting more anger, revenge, and disrespect in your kids. Instead you’ll be delivering the necessary consequences they’ll understand
Here Are 5 Parenting Actions You Will Learn for Enriching Your Relationship with Your Child:
1 – “Become the parent” and give your child security.
2 – Draw the line and help your child know what to expect.
3 – See the bigger picture and stick to it.
4 – Act for long-term results even when you’re uncomfortable.
5 – Use “super vision” techniques to help you stay on course.
“Building character in others takes more than exercises and stickers. It takes character. The greatest gift of this wonderful book is Jean Tracy's character. It exudes from every anecdote, probing question, and sensitive explanation.” S. Greenberg
“Ingenious and thought-provoking! Everyone wishes they had someone like Jean in their family.” - Marcia Mason
“Jean creates fun opportunities to help your children develop social and emotional maturity – essentials of good character.” - Robert Prosser, PhD
I learned that when I help myself I actually help my kids. I learned to listen to my children, to be aware of what they are saying. I also learned the difference between being "mean" and being firm. - N. Piilani
This is one of the best ideas I've encountered. It is important to have many parents read her book and learn. - Carmen Hanes
Thank you for the great parenting information you so selflessly share. It's a real help for me as a single parent to periodically ground my instincts. Bruce Meeker
We all want to be appreciated and valued. I am excited to have these tools (ideas, examples) to bless/gift my 8 grandchildren – Sharon Pahlka, MSW
The Respectful Strategies You’ll Find in This E-book Will Help You
. Enjoy being the parent
. Feel confident in your parenting skills
. Create a loving and respectful relationship with your child
. Teach your children how to relate with others respectfully
. Raise strong children with healthy characters
Raise respectful children and start today! Get ~
Is Your Child Disrespectful? – How Successful Parents Encourage Respectful Behavior.
Jean Tracy earned a Degree in Education and a Master Degree in Social Work. For years Jean taught school. In time she worked in the court system and became a probation counselor. Jean then took her combined skills to develop a successful marriage and family counseling practice in the Pacific Northwest.
When Jean closed her counseling practice to reach a wider audience, she opened the door to the internet. With a website, blog, and newsletter, Jean shares her counseling secrets with parents like you. As the author of specialty kits for parents and kids, marriage and family e-books, free online courses, Jean reaches a worldwide audience to help parents build a healthy character in kids.
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