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Setting Loving (& Effective!) Limits Online Workshop
Your choice - 2 flexible options
Setting Loving
(& Effective!) Limits
Online Workshop

Your choice - 2 flexible options
Learn how to
Dramatically Reduce Bad Behavior
&  Increase Collaboration...

Without bribes, giving in, using force or ignoring your child

   
Option 1:
Join our waitlist for the
FREE Workshop starting April 24, 2024

   
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Option 2:
Access the workshop
content now for just $7!

   
Either way: no spam. Only tried-and-true ideas, the support you need, and genuine care for you and your family. Opt out at any time.
Learn how to
DRAMATICALLY
REDUCE  BAD
BEHAVIOR & INCREASE  COLLABORATION...

Without bribes, giving in, using force or ignoring your child

Option 1:
Join our Waitlist for
the FREE Workshop
starting April 24, 2024

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Option 2:
Access the workshop content now for just $7!

Either way: no spam. Only tried-and-true ideas, the support you need, and genuine care for you and your family. Opt out any time.
You now have the option to join the free workshop
which only opens once a year or jump right in with our paid option!

 We've broken down what to expect between the two options to help you decide which suits you best! 
Joining the free workshop:
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The free workshop starts April 24, 2024. Receive one module of content each day for 8 days (with a break over the weekend).
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Enjoy the support of our friendly community of like-minded parents. Share your experiences and learn together in a nurturing environment!
Joining the paid workshop:
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Jump right into the learning experience for only $7. No more waiting, your learning journey begins today!
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If you thrive learning independently, this is the path for you. Benefit from uninterrupted access to the workshop modules without the community feature.
You now have the option to join the free workshop which only opens once a year or jump right in with our paid option!
 We've broken down what to expect between the two options to help you decide which suits you best! 
Joining the free workshop:
check_box_outline_blank
The free workshop starts April 24, 2024. Receive one module of content each day for 8 days (with a break over the weekend).
check_box_outline_blank
Enjoy the support of our friendly community of like-minded parents. Share your experiences and learn together in a nurturing environment!
Joining the paid workshop:
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Jump right into the learning experience for only $7. No more waiting, your learning journey begins today!
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If you thrive learning independently, this is the path for you. Benefit from uninterrupted access to the workshop modules without the community feature.
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Do you have a child aged 1 - 10?
Are they resisting, ignoring you, and talking back at every request you make?
Do you often feel frustrated, annoyed, and even angry with them?
Are you desperate for their cooperation - but don't know how to get it?
If Your Children Are Constantly Testing Limits, This Workshop Is For You
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Go from constant struggles and nagging to a new sense of calm & collaboration by learning how to Set Loving (& Effective) Limits

If Your Children Are Constantly Testing Limits, This Workshop Is For You
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Go from constant struggles and nagging to a new sense of calm & collaboration by learning how to Set Loving (& Effective) Limits

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"Our kids have been so much more helpful and we have all been so much happier without all the power struggles.
What a change!"

- Workshop Participant Amy

Join Thousands of Parents and Learn How to
Set Loving (& Effective!) Limits

Because parenting doesn't have to be this frustrating!

Join thousands of parents & learn how to

Set Loving
(& Effective!) Limits

Because parenting doesn't have to be this frustrating!
You'll Learn
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How to cut the number of limits you set by at least half, allowing your child more freedom within a framework of acceptable behavior

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To set limits calmly and confidently, not on the spur of the moment
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How to use the Three Zones of Behavior to set limits that your child will respect
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The critical difference between limits and boundaries that affects your parenting

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How to move beyond setting limits to engage your child's intrinsic desire to cooperate with you

You'll See
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Decreased testing behavior from your child
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Reduced stress for you
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A new sense of calm and collaboration in your home (and who doesn't need more of that these days?)

How It Works

1. Sign up for the workshop on this page

2. Start your own adventure today!  Choose to complete the modules at your own pace starting today or sign up for the waitlist and get the orientation email when the workshop starts on April 24, 2024.

3. Read, watch, & practice  Each module consists of ~5 mins of reading, ~10 mins of video, and some ideas to practice

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Watch as your child takes on responsibility for finding solutions to problems
Transform the tone of interactions in your home in one week: enjoy your child's cooperation and reduced conflict
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Watch & Listen

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Get the Information and Tools You Need

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Apply It In Real Life

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Watch & Listen

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Get the information and tools you need

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Apply it in real life

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Simple, Easy & Effective

Module 1
The #1 strategy to get on the same team as your child
Module 2
How the difference between limits and boundaries gets your needs met
Module 3
See how the limits you're setting now are creating a negative environment in your home
Module 4
Decide when a limit needs to be set by categorizing your child's behavior
Module 5
Three tools to get you out of sticky situations
Module 6
New tools to make limits irrelevant because your child WANTS to collaborate!
Module 7
What to do in difficult situations when limits haven't 'worked' in the past
Module 8
Drawing it all together: Using the tools in interactions with your child
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Simple, Easy
& Effective

Module 1
The #1 strategy to get on the same team as your child
Module 2
How the difference between limits and boundaries gets your needs met
Module 3
See how the limits you're setting now are creating a negative environment in your home
Module 4
Decide when a limit needs to be set by categorizing your child's behavior
Module 5
Three tools to get you out of sticky situations
Module 6
New tools to make limits irrelevant because your child WANTS to collaborate!
Module 7
What to do in difficult situations when limits haven't 'worked' in the past
Module 8
Drawing it all together: Using the tools in interactions with your child
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Hosted by:

Jen Lumanlan M.S., M.Ed.

Creator of Your Parenting Mojo

Since 2015, Jen has helped thousands of parents understand the research behind positive parenting principals and apply these methods in their own families. When she's not neck-deep in research papers preparing for one of 175+ podcast episodes, she is coaching parents to have the ‘aha’ moment that shifts their whole way of thinking about a particular struggle they’re facing related to parenting.

Jen received Bachelor's degrees from Berkeley and a Master's from Yale in subjects related to environmental sustainability...but her path shifted after her daughter was born.  She went back to school for a Master's degree in Psychology (Child Development) and another in Education.

She hosts the 5-Star rated Your Parenting Mojo podcast - named Best Research-Based Parenting Podcast by Lifehacker - and is also a trained Co-Active Coach. 

She is the prominent parenting expert focused on an inclusive, whole-child AND whole-parent approach that offers the complete package of support you and your child need.

What Parents Are Saying,
Before & After the Workshop...
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 BEFORE
 
My child's key temperamental traits are low distractibility and negative mood, which I really struggle with.  I'm a very positive person, and the idea of having a negative view on life seems counterproductive to me.  He often tells me that he's grumpy and just feels "grrr!".  I want to help him snap out of it...but I also want to just let him be him.

He's always been my koala child; separating from me has been extremely difficult for him, so I haven't pushed it yet.

It's now only at three that he's starting to find other people's company appealing.
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AFTER
As always with your work, I feel more confident in my interactions with my child as a result of listening to your advice. Now I feel more empowered to set personal boundaries and more confident about setting as few limits as possible (always an effort to override others concerns of my 'permissive' parenting). I am also considering my own needs much more deeply, and also how my body feels when something is not right for me.

I found the workshop hugely beneficial. Thank you. The combination of modules and coaching calls was a really useful way for me to process the information. I also found the fact that I could do the whole thing as audio recordings very practical. I would recommend the full workshop (including the coaching calls) to anyone interested in attuned child interactions.
 
  - Dee T. 
  
 
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BEFORE
My relationship with my partner often shifts based on how difficult of a time we're having with our 2-year old son. If he's cooperating and happy, we're good!  If he's whining and having a hard time with everything, we try our best with him, but then we snap at each other.

My child is generally cooperative, but every day at least one of: (1) spiral into 'no' or (2) random crying at the top of his lungs or (3) whining at every step.

My partner and I react quite differently to our son's difficult behavior and sometimes I spiral into a series of triggers not just from our son's difficult behavior, but from how I see my husband trying to placate him instead of setting what I deem should be a limit.
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AFTER
It's been easier than I thought to set boundaries, perhaps because some of my basic needs were not being met: needing to eat for 10 - 15 minutes, uninterrupted, needing to get to bed by a certain time, needing to shower.

Although there's been quite a bit of whining and 'negotiating' on my child's part, I'm actually surprised at how easy it was for me to respond calmly to all his dissatisfaction. He accepted my boundaries every time - he only threw a tantrum once and even that was short (and not nearly as triggering to me as his tantrums usually are).

I'm feeling a lot less anxious as well!
 - Monica D.
 
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BEFORE
Jen's guidance was such a gift in another course I took with her recently!  I enrolled in the Setting Limits Workshop because I'm curious about the content of setting limits in a loving way in order to further elevate myself as a parent. I'm continuously seeking to improve myself in all aspects of life, especially parenting.

Once I've completed the workshop, I imagine family life will have a peaceful flow. There's more calm energy in our home. Each family member's needs are taken into consideration on a regular basis. There's lots of love and connection. Life is filled with ease, peace and joy.
favorite
AFTER
It's crystal clear to me that having awareness of my children's true needs as well as taking my own needs into consideration is essential to achieving more joy and harmony in my family.

I feel significantly more confident as a parent: more calm and centered. I have more empathy and patience for my children for sure.

I've noticed that both of my children are genuinely more at ease as well.

I'm so grateful for Jen's work, from which I've gained so much valuable knowledge, put it into practice, and been able to set a more peaceful tone in my household.
 - Lucy W.
 
"I feel significantly more confident as a parent:
more calm & centered."
Want to hear directly from parents?  Check out these recordings...
Thank you to Jessica, Katie, Deon and Ben for allowing me to share these with you...
Jessica
Katie (audio only)
Deon

Ben (audio only)

What Parents
Are Saying,
Before & After
the Workshop...
sentiment_dissatisfied
 BEFORE
 
My child's key temperamental traits are low distractibility and negative mood, which I really struggle with.  I'm a very positive person, and the idea of having a negative view on life seems counterproductive to me.  He often tells me that he's grumpy and just feels "grrr!".  I want to help him snap out of it...but I also want to just let him be him.

He's always been my koala child; separating from me has been extremely difficult for him, so I haven't pushed it yet.

It's now only at three that he's starting to find other people's company appealing.
favorite
 AFTER
 
As always with your work, I feel more confident in my interactions with my child as a result of listening to your advice. Now I feel more empowered to set personal boundaries and more confident about setting as few limits as possible (always an effort to override others concerns of my 'permissive' parenting). I am also considering my own needs much more deeply, and also how my body feels when something is not right for me.

I found the workshop hugely beneficial. Thank you. The combination of modules and coaching calls was a really useful way for me to process the information. I also found the fact that I could do the whole thing as audio recordings very practical. I would recommend the full workshop (including the coaching calls) to anyone interested in attuned child interactions.
 
  - Dee T. 
  
 
sentiment_dissatisfied
BEFORE
My relationship with my partner often shifts based on how difficult of a time we're having with our 2-year old son. If he's cooperating and happy, we're good!  If he's whining and having a hard time with everything, we try our best with him, but then we snap at each other.

My child is generally cooperative, but every day at least one of: (1) spiral into 'no' or (2) random crying at the top of his lungs or (3) whining at every step.

My partner and I react quite differently to our son's difficult behavior and sometimes I spiral into a series of triggers not just from our son's difficult behavior, but from how I see my husband trying to placate him instead of setting what I deem should be a limit.
favorite
    AFTER
    
It's been easier than I thought to set boundaries, perhaps because some of my basic needs were not being met: needing to eat for 10 - 15 minutes, uninterrupted, needing to get to bed by a certain time, needing to shower.

Although there's been quite a bit of whining and 'negotiating' on my child's part, I'm actually surprised at how easy it was for me to respond calmly to all his dissatisfaction. He accepted my boundaries every time - he only threw a tantrum once and even that was short (and not nearly as triggering to me as his tantrums usually are).

I'm feeling a lot less anxious as well!
 - Monica D.
 
sentiment_dissatisfied
BEFORE
Jen's guidance was such a gift in another course I took with her recently!  I enrolled in the Setting Limits Workshop because I'm curious about the content of setting limits in a loving way in order to further elevate myself as a parent. I'm continuously seeking to improve myself in all aspects of life, especially parenting.

Once I've completed the workshop, I imagine family life will have a peaceful flow. There's more calm energy in our home. Each family member's needs are taken into consideration on a regular basis. There's lots of love and connection. Life is filled with ease, peace and joy.
favorite
  AFTER
  
It's crystal clear to me that having awareness of my children's true needs as well as taking my own needs into consideration is essential to achieving more joy and harmony in my family.

I feel significantly more confident as a parent: more calm and centered. I have more empathy and patience for my children for sure.

I've noticed that both of my children are genuinely more at ease as well.

I'm so grateful for Jen's work, from which I've gained so much valuable knowledge, put it into practice, and been able to set a more peaceful tone in my household.
 - Lucy W.
 
  
"I feel significantly more confident
as a parent: more
calm & centered."

  
  
 Want to hear directly from parents?
Thank you to Jessica, Katie, Deon and Ben for allowing me to share these recordings with you...
 
  
Jessica
Katie
(audio only)
Deon

Ben
(audio only)

Research-Based Ideas to Help Kids - and Parents - Thrive

The new methods you'll learn in this workshop may take more attention to implement while you're learning them than the traditional methods you've been using, but the outcomes for all humans involved may include increased connection, cooperation, and a desire to spend more time in each other's company.

Your choice between two flexible options!
 
OPTION 1 |
FREE
Setting Loving
(& Effective!) Limits
April Workshop

 
settings
settings
 
OPTION 2 |
Immediate access to Setting Loving
(& Effective!) Limits
Workshop
Content

 
Either way: no spam. Only tried-and-true ideas, the support you need, and genuine care for you and your family. Opt out at any time.
Your choice between two flexible options!
   FREE Setting Loving
(& Effective!) Limits
April Workshop

     
settings
settings
     
Immediate access to Setting Loving
(& Effective!) Limits
Workshop Content

     
Either way: no spam. Only tried-and-true ideas, the support you need, and genuine care for you and your family. Opt out at any time.

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