Do you find yourself struggling to set limits for your child?
Do you set limits...and then later realize that this was NOT a hill you wanted to die on?
After you've set a limit, does your child just keep doing what they were about to do anyway?
Parenting doesn't have to be this frustrating!
The workshop is currently underway; sign up below to be updated when it reopens
I'll also send you a FREE infographic on 13 Reasons Your Child Isn't Listening To You (and what to do about each one!) -
as well as updates when new podcast episodes are released
Often when you set limits you:
Your child regularly:
This makes you feel:
Setting limits is one of those rare topics in parenting that can lead to very quick improvements with some adjustments to your technique.
In fact, I can help you to help you set loving and effective limits that your child will respect - in just one week.
When you join the FREE Setting Loving (and Effective!) limits workshop, you'll learn:
By the end of the online workshop, you will:
How do I participate in the online workshop?
Just one email per day for five days starting on Monday May 4th - this method is really fast and easy to implement!
- You set fewer limits, allowing your child greater freedom within a defined framework
- When you do set a limit your child understands that you are serious, and respects the limit
- You feel less frustrated and more able to focus on having fun with your child, because you don't have to nag them when you set a limit
Want in? Sign up now! It's free!
Hi! I'm Jen (and that's Carys)
I never saw myself as a mother. I don’t really ‘do’ nurturing – at least not of things that have a lot of needs and can’t be reasoned with. In hindsight, I spent rather too much time on my birth plan, and not nearly enough time thinking about what the time after the birth might be like.
When Carys was about four months old I was actually starting to think about discipline (a bit early, I know…). I didn’t know how I was going to be a parent whose kid didn’t walk all over them without being a parent who always said “no.”
A couple of weeks after that, some friends were visiting with their toddler son. We were in the living room and he went running down our hallway to our bedroom. His Mom called after him: “Jack, please don’t go in there – it’s private. You can go in the nursery or come back to the living room.”
Jack stopped on the threshold of our bedroom, peeked in, and then ran back to the living room.
“How did you do that?” I said.
The answer launched my journey as a parent: toward a Master's in Psychology (focused on Child Development), followed by another in Education, all underpinned by principles of respectful parenting.
Then I launched a podcast to share what I learned with others (I'll send you updates after you’re done with the workshop).
I’ll be right beside you every day with information, support, and resources, starting on Monday May 5th.
Have questions about the workshop? Just drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. There's a real person on the other end (me!) and I'll gladly do what I can to help.