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‘the BEST parent you can be for your child’
You start Chapter 1 – The Essentials of Parent-Child Cooperation
Here, you’ll learn how to quickly and calmly handle your kid’s most common refusals:
At the end of this chapter, your child will say “Yes, Mummy,” more and more often, and you’ll hear “No!” and “I don’t want to!” less and less often.
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Begin Chapter 2 – The Fundamentals of a Balanced Parent.
Here, you’ll learn how fluctuating between permissiveness (this notion of giving your kid all the things you didn’t have) and strictness (an approach in which an over-involved parent comes up with rules or punishment along the lines of “you do what I say while under my roof”) has a detrimental impact on your child.
By the end of this Chapter, you’ll know:
Time to start Chapter 3 – Self-Esteem and Optimal Motivation.
Here you’ll learn how to work through all those moments when your child isn’t sure of themselves, they’re shy or afraid, or they say, “But I don’t know how to do it! I can’t do it! You do it! I don’t understand! Olivia is better than me at maths! I’m the worst!”
After you apply the techniques in this Chapter, you will have a child who faces criticism with their head held high and takes feedback as a learning opportunity instead of a failure.
On to Chapter 4 – A Competent Child Is a Responsible Child.
Here you’ll see how you can raise a child who doesn’t leave their dirty socks lying around, toys scattered across the floor, or a dirty plate on the table.
In other words, your child will understand more and more what their responsibilities are and will take them on. You will know how to hand over certain responsibilities to your child and how to help them become competent, without nagging or policing them and without you doing things for him.
You start Chapter 5 – Top Methods for Getting Kids to Cooperate.
In this chapter you will see how you can avoid situations where:
After going through this chapter, you’ll have a child who hears you, who understands what you ask of them, who says “yes, mom” more and more often. And all these because you now know how to establish rules they actually follow, and how to obtain their cooperation without punishment, bribes, threats or giving in.
Start Chapter 6 – Solving Problems and Making Decisions.
Step by step, you’re going to learn what to do when your kid comes to you with a problem so that you teach them to be resourceful when you’re not able to help them or when they find themselves in very challenging situations.
In this chapter, you’ll learn how you can avoid situations where:
At the end of this chapter, you will have a child who knows how to handle conflicts, whether they have a fight over a toy or another child is picking on them.
Now on to Chapter 7 – Managing Emotions.
In this chapter, you’ll look at how to manage situations where:
You will see how to raise a child who doesn’t get into a fight every time they feel fear or anger, a more balanced and emotionally healthier child, even physically healthier, since fear and stress are harmful to our physical health.
You’re now at Chapter 8 – How to Prevent and Deal With Challenging Behaviour
In this Chapter, you’re going to learn what to do when your child talks back, saying hurtful things or sticks their tongue out – without resorting to punishment or saying damaging things like “You’re awful” or “I can’t stand you.”
By the end of this Chapter:
Moving into Chapter 9 — Discipline and Consequences.
In this Chapter, you’re going to learn what to do when nothing else seems to work. When you’ve tried every technique and method, rule or boundary and all that being said, your child still doesn’t listen to you or acts irresponsibly.
More precisely, you’ll see how to use discipline and firmness combined with warmth, without harming your relationship with your kid, particularly in those moments when your child won’t pick up their toys or clean their room, or hits a sibling or another kid.
Next is Chapter 10 — Getting All Family Members On Board
In this chapter, you will learn how to avoid situations where:
This will help you have a family that works as a team, where everyone knows their role and no one asks, “Why am I the only one doing this?”
Congratulations! You successfully completed the All About Parenting program. Give yourself a pat on the back. Take your certificate and frame it.
It’s a little thing but it’s tangible proof of the work you’ve put in for your child.
When they grow up and spread their wings, your certificate will remind you that you did the best job possible to raise happy, balanced children.
Patrick Ney is the father of 2 wonderful girls and is probably the most active parenting expert in the UK
Patrick is the Lead Trainer at All About Parenting, the only parenting methodology based on the latest research in the science of motivation, such as Self-Determination Theory. He has several international accreditations as a Facilitator, Coach and Trainer
In the past 5 years, Patrick and the All About Parenting team have organised over 2000 free seminars, conferences and intensive workshops for more than 600,000 parents from around the world.
Sometimes, you just feel that you need an extra set of hands. You’d like at least 50 hours„ a day so you can check off everything on your to-do list. Before you can finish that parenting book sitting on the bedside table or understand what’s happening with your child at each stage of their development, you blink and realise that your little one is all grown up.
This is your chance to receive not only information but a complete method based on the latest research in the science of motivation. Adapt it to almost any parenting problem. These are easy-to-apply techniques you can refer back to again and again.
You’ve no doubt discovered that you have slightly different views on raising children than your partner. This program is all about how to handle situations where the other parent has a different parenting style. Take the necessary steps to avoid conflict bringing imbalance into your relationship.
Think about it this way: If you two can’t agree, what sort of example is that setting for your child?
All About Parenting shows you what to do instead of punishing. Turn mistakes into learning opportunities. Discover techniques that will make ‘the job of being a parent’ feel like a breeze.
You tell them to turn off the TV and they start screaming or crying. On a good day they may only try and wangle more screen time out of you. Demands to pick up the toys are greeted with that look: “I don’t want to! You do it!”. It’s lunch time and your child is pestering you for a plate of chips instead of your healthy soup. They won’t accept your refusals and every day feels like a minefield littered with ‘No’s, whining, endless negotiations and intermittent tears (sometimes, crocodile ones).
Instead of putting your head in your hands and crying too, learn proven techniques that work and can help you turn your child’s ‘No’s into ‘Yes’s.
Two whole months to road test the programme. If any time in the first 60 days you feel it isn’t for you, no problem. We’ll reimburse you in full. That’s right – you won’t lose a penny. Nada. Zilch. All you need to do is return any offline materials you received from us like The Parenting Playbook. That’s it. There’s no hidden gremlins in the terms and conditions.
If you opt to pay in installments, you’re signing up to regular Direct Debit payments. Automatic monthly payments on your card mean you can enjoy uninterrupted access to the program. Interrupting payment on installments will result in your account being temporarily suspended until the next payment is received.
Going through Chapter 1 is like when you read the first chapter of a book. You certainly get an idea of what it’s like, and you can decide if you want more. But you cannot pretend to know everything about what the book says.
Likewise, we consider that you need to go through the whole program to grasp the All About Parenting methodology and to truly see results in the relationship you have with your child. After all, that is what you want, isn’t it?