Are you ready to help your kid actually want to listen
- Without feeling like you’re destroying their spirit, and
- Without feeling like you’re training a puppy?
If this sounds like your life, then you’re in the right place…
You’re a busy mom who hardly has enough time to enjoy with your kids and you don’t want to spend all the time you have with them yelling, arguing and threatening consequences.
And you don’t have the energy for all of that sticker chart nonsense!
You just want a kid who respects you and listens because it’s the right thing to do. Is that too much to ask?!
In the past, it has been too much to ask. You’ve tried everything, but nothing has worked, so now you’re feeling like there’s no hope…that you’re destined to be that mom who forever receives those oh-so-judgmental glares from people in public who think they could do your job so much better than you!
Well I’m here to tell you that it actually is possible to transform that child of yours who loves to argue, defy and ignore everything you say into a child who says, “I guess I can try that, mom!”
Hi! I’m Emily Learing! I’m a mom, play therapist and parenting coach who helps busy moms like you get your kid to actually want to listen, without having to feel the massive mom guilt that comes from constant yelling, arguing and threatening and without expecting you to consistently deliver stickers on a stupid sticker chart!
From my work in residential treatment centers and Child Protection cases, I’ve seen some of the most oppositional, defiant, disrespectful, aggressive and argumentative behavior there is to see. I developed techniques that I could use in the moment with the most stubborn of kids on my caseload to get them to listen to directions and change their mindset from desiring to argue and defy to desiring to discuss and cooperate.
Today, I’ve made it my career to share those survival skills with busy moms like you so that you can spend more time having fun with your kids and less time yelling, arguing, threatening and agonizing over the consistency of a sticker chart!
It’s not too late!
You worry about what the teenage years are going to look like…
Will he get expelled?
Will she come home by curfew?
Will he drink just because I don’t want him to?
Will she refuse to do her schoolwork because someone tells her she has to?
And how you’ll stop these behaviors when your child isn’t a child anymore…
How will I stop this behavior when he’s twice my size?
How will I get her to listen when she’s too big to hold and has a car?
Changing those behaviors (and developing a healthy, cooperative mindset) becomes more challenging with age.
Give your mom-of-a-teenager self a break and grab my guide now (and save yourself the headache during those already challenging teenage years!)