How To Tame Toddler Tantrums Publisher's Description
Discover How To Permanently Eliminate Tantrums, Hitting, Kicking, Biting And More Without Getting Upset Or Being Harsh With Your Children.
Inside of “How To Tame Toddler Tantrums” you’ll discover:
Why your toddler throws tantrums – With this knowledge you’ll be in a better position to see where they’re coming from, clueing you in to how you can solve the problem.
How to handle a tantrum quickly – Learn how to effectively and PERMANENTLY eliminate hitting, kicking, biting and fighting with siblings WITHOUT spanking, punishment, raising your voice or getting upset.
Why discouraging crying is not a good thing – Learn how to effortlessly understand the language toddlers speak so you can understand how to be their hero.
Easy ways to connect with your toddler to understand their needs – Discover how to form a compassionate two way relationship so your toddler doesn’t HAVE TO misbehave in order to communicate with you.
The most common mistakes parents make that sabotage their parenting ability – With this knowledge, you’ll easily recognize potential pitfalls and skillfully avoid them, enabling you to tackle any behavioral challenge that comes your way.
As you can see, this guide is pretty inclusive. There are similar guides out there online selling for $57 and the lowest I’ve seen is $47. And to be honest, I could honestly charge that amount for this effective, action step packed guide.
But, don’t worry, I’m not going to charge any of those amounts. I want this to be available at a price that fits any budget. Why would she do that, you wonder?
Why wouldn’t I just keep this to myself and gloat about how I have the best kid ever and that my parenting abilities are superb, bestowed upon me by the gods? Because I know what its like to need help, have nothing work and feel like you have nowhere left to turn.
I think that all parents, mommies and daddies alike, are connected somehow by a deep bond. A bond that is created from understanding, encouragement, and non-judgmental communication about our parental experiences.
If you’ve ever been in a public place with your kid throwing an uncontrollable tantrum, and you get a sympathetic look from a stranger who says “Been there,” you know exactly what bond I’m talking about. It’s the bond that reassures you that you are not alone. That there are others out there like you that are facing tough parenting challenges.