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Easy Solutions for Temper Tantrums

Tried and proven strategies in dealing with the temper tantrums and strategies for avoiding them

Easy Solutions for Temper Tantrums

Tried and proven strategies in dealing with the temper tantrums and strategies for avoiding them
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Having five grown and very different children, I feel like I can offer you what I only wished to have had at the beginning of my parenting; a guide, help, and a guilt eliminator. Reach me at Sandrasacademy@gmail.com, if you need any help and further advice!
A quick hello and welcome introducing the course and all I hope you can learn from it.
Discipline is not a 'dirty' word! It is part of all our lives if we want to have our child live a successful and well-adjusted life, we need to teach them all about discipline.
After going over this lesson the student will have a clear understanding of what discipline is (or what it should be), and what is the most important part of the discipline.
You can download these, and post them around the house for an easy reminder of why you need to discipline your child and that love is the most important part of it
Sometimes it is easier not to discipline as that might make your child feel sad or cry, but is that the best solution for them? This video will explain why it is not and help the student to evaluate his/her reasons for or against discipline in their own particular situation.
This lesson lists 24 benefits to discipline. After going over them in the video and in a downloadable PDF file, the student will be able to note the most important benefits he might have for his child and his parenting efforts and refer to them regularly.
You can use this printed form of the reasons to discipline to print and post for your easier reference.
Here you will find most often reoccurring arguments from parents given as reasons against discipline. It is important to go over it and thoughtfully look over the reasons for them, ensuring the best path for your parenting journey.
Most often I get asked, "When is the best time to start with discipline?" Here we talk more about this. After this lesson, the student will have set a clear goal for his discipline standards and goals.
This lesson gets into the practical advice, offers the downloadable PDFs for the student's easier reference. After this lesson, the student will be able to use practical do's and dont's for discipline with his/her own child.
After watching this video, please read and download PDF files below for the practical and very useful do's and don'ts for your discipline journey.
Setting boundaries is a very important aspect of discipline and communication with a child. The student will learn how to set them and hold the child accountable for keeping within the boundaries.
Sometimes children test boundaries, they all do. What to do in those situations? Here are some helpful tips and suggestions.
Should you punish the child? When? How? What are too harsh or ineffective punishments? Here we tackle these all important topics.
How to tell the difference between defiance and simple childishness? Let's tackle it and find out!
Concrete steps and formulas for avoiding conflicts and a need for punishments for children ages 0-2.
Concrete steps and formulas for avoiding conflicts and a need for punishments for children ages 2-4
Concrete steps and formulas for avoiding conflicts and a need for punishments for children ages 4-8.
Concrete steps and formulas for avoiding conflicts and a need for punishments for children ages 9-12.

Solutions for Temper Tantrums is a course that contains Sandra's Academy POWERFUL formulas, strategies and step-by-step methods for turning complete meltdowns and issues with children into triumphs and pleasant moments.

It doesn’t have to take long, and it is not hard to build up a child's excitement. I’ll show you how to do it in SECONDS!

Requirements

You need to be a parent or expecting in order to benefit from this class.

  • Parents desiring to invest in their parenting skills
  • Parents that don't just want to 'wing it', but want to make sure they are doing their best
  • Parents that might have come across challenging behavior with their child and need some guidance on how to proceed
  • Parents that like to plan for their parenting and get it right the first time
Having five grown and very different children, I feel like I can offer you what I only wished to have had at the beginning of my parenting; a guide, help, and a guilt eliminator. Reach me at Sandrasacademy@gmail.com, if you need any help and further advice!
A quick hello and welcome introducing the course and all I hope you can learn from it.
Discipline is not a 'dirty' word! It is part of all our lives if we want to have our child live a successful and well-adjusted life, we need to teach them all about discipline.
After going over this lesson the student will have a clear understanding of what discipline is (or what it should be), and what is the most important part of the discipline.
You can download these, and post them around the house for an easy reminder of why you need to discipline your child and that love is the most important part of it
Sometimes it is easier not to discipline as that might make your child feel sad or cry, but is that the best solution for them? This video will explain why it is not and help the student to evaluate his/her reasons for or against discipline in their own particular situation.
This lesson lists 24 benefits to discipline. After going over them in the video and in a downloadable PDF file, the student will be able to note the most important benefits he might have for his child and his parenting efforts and refer to them regularly.
You can use this printed form of the reasons to discipline to print and post for your easier reference.
Here you will find most often reoccurring arguments from parents given as reasons against discipline. It is important to go over it and thoughtfully look over the reasons for them, ensuring the best path for your parenting journey.
Most often I get asked, "When is the best time to start with discipline?" Here we talk more about this. After this lesson, the student will have set a clear goal for his discipline standards and goals.
This lesson gets into the practical advice, offers the downloadable PDFs for the student's easier reference. After this lesson, the student will be able to use practical do's and dont's for discipline with his/her own child.
After watching this video, please read and download PDF files below for the practical and very useful do's and don'ts for your discipline journey.
Setting boundaries is a very important aspect of discipline and communication with a child. The student will learn how to set them and hold the child accountable for keeping within the boundaries.
Sometimes children test boundaries, they all do. What to do in those situations? Here are some helpful tips and suggestions.
Should you punish the child? When? How? What are too harsh or ineffective punishments? Here we tackle these all important topics.
How to tell the difference between defiance and simple childishness? Let's tackle it and find out!
Concrete steps and formulas for avoiding conflicts and a need for punishments for children ages 0-2.
Concrete steps and formulas for avoiding conflicts and a need for punishments for children ages 2-4
Concrete steps and formulas for avoiding conflicts and a need for punishments for children ages 4-8.
Concrete steps and formulas for avoiding conflicts and a need for punishments for children ages 9-12.

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Sandra Novak

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Having five grown and very different children, I feel like I can offer you what I only wished to have had at the beginning of my parenting; a guide, help, and a guilt eliminator. 

Reach me at Sandrasacademy@gmail.com, if you need any help and further advice!

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