Terrible Twos And Beyond

FREE Toddler Parenting Tips Presentation: Dealing With The Terrible Twos And Beyond!!!!  What every parent needs to hear before pulling their hair out (if they have any left)!

Learn how to deal with behavior problems of the Terrible Twos and Beyond in children by Chris Thompson – Author, Parenting Expert and Certified NLP Practitioner

Everybody knows the phrase “the terrible twos.” But what makes the twos so special?  Is it just because the phrase is so catchy?  Because in my experience thus far as a parent, the twos are nothing compared to the threes.  So what can I name the threes without using inappropriate language for this blog, how about “terrifying threes”?   Regardless of exact age, this developmental stage is prime for emotional meltdowns that beg for a good bag of tricks to pull out when as a parent you feel like you’re living with Jekyll and Hyde.  Kids at this age are smack in the transition from toddlers who need your constant attention to little “big kids” who want to do everything “all by myself.”  If your young kiddo is even like mine – on the floor screaming one minute because you turned off the light instead of her and then the next minute singing the Frozen soundtrack on the top of her lungs just as happy as can be – then this toolbox is for you.
In this FREE presentation below, you’ll learn:
  • The only real reason your kids are not already well behaved.
  • The way most parents talk to their kids, causing them to do exactly what you don’t want
  • The crucial emotional bridge you MUST establish with your child before you try to change their behavior.
  • The one word you are probably abusing, which triggers those awful temper tantrums
Language strategies that can be used now for Better Child Behavior in the Terrible Twos and Beyond.
  • Learn this simple way to improve your success rate at getting your kids to listen and do as you ask.
  • Discover the biggest common language mistakes (we as parents) make. This mistake is actually causing your kids to do the opposite of what you want.
  • Find out what technique most parents use far too often, making it almost completely useless. When you fix this mistake you’re going to get much better results!