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Lunch & Learn Misbehavior Toolbox Audio Package

 THE PARENT’S TOOLSHOP®
CHILD PROBLEM TOOLBOX HOME STUDY PACKAGE
(Included in the Entire Parents Toolshop® Home Study Training)

book_coverYour preschooler is has a sensitive temperament. She doesn’t handle transitions well, wants all the tags cut out of her clothes, and is emotionally sensitive, too. You aren’t quite sure if she’ll always be this way, but can see it causing problems later in life, if she is. You’d like to teach her how to handle these annoyances, but aren’t sure how.

Your son’s teacher thinks he has ADHD. You think some of his actions are just “normal boy” behavior.  You want to know more about ADD and ADHD, in general, to decide if he needs evaluated. If so, who should be involved and is there anything you can be doing at home to help. You really don’t want him to go on medication, if possible.

Your teen is starting to sneak off to be with friends who you think are a bad crowd. She’s been borrowing clothes and other belongings of yours and the other children. She wants to go shopping with her friends, but it worries you that her sticky fingers could get her in serious trouble.

Every child will misbehave now and then. Sometimes it’s hard to tell if they are doing it deliberately or not. And some problem behaviors are tougher to deal with than others.

To Understand Why Your Child Is Misbehaving, What To Say Or Do That Will Break The Cycle, Prevent The Problem From Escalating, Or Accidentally Giving A Payoff To It, You Need…

The Parent’s Toolshop® Misbehavior Toolbox
Home Study Package

In this package you will receive …

The Misbehavior Toolbox lessons from The Parents Toolshop® Home Study Program.

Each Home Study Toolbox package includes:

  • The Parent’s Toolshop®book chapters, which is the most comprehensive, advanced and thoroughly written resource available on the Universal Blueprint®.  In each chapter, you will:
    • See visual graphics that crystallize concepts in your mind.    
    • Hear real-life stories from the author and other parents’ lives that will make you laugh, cry . . . and think.
    • Discover exactly what to say and do, through examples and applications to the most common challenges parents face.
    • Even get a chance to practice what you’ve learned, so you remember and use it to your full potential.
  • Audio recordings of a live Parent’s Toolshop® class and their transcripts, in case you don’t have time to read, or want a quick refresher of the basic concepts and skills you learned in the book.

…related to all of the following Toolsets:

By accessing the intermediate and advanced teachings in The Parent’s Toolshop® book chapters and class presentation of the following Toolsets, you will:

The PU (Problem Behavior that’s Unintentional) Toolset:

  • Understand why children misbehave, so you feel less upset and frustrated, don’t take misbehavior personally, and respond instead of reacting, which causes unintentional misbehavior to mutate into deliberate misbehavior.
  • Have realistic expectations about age-appropriate behavior throughout childhood, so you don’t misjudge your child or worry there is something wrong.
  • Become clearer about which behaviors are due to medical conditions (like ADHD) and which can improve through more effective parenting.

The PO (Problem Behavior that’s On purpose) Toolset:

  • Avoid reactions that give an accidental payoff and cause the misbehavior to repeat. You will know how to prevent and stop:
  • Annoying, irritating attention-seeking behaviors.
  • Power struggles, defiance, testing limits, and manipulative mind games.
  • Destructive revenge cycles that can destroy relationships.
  • Children from giving up out of deep discouragement and feeling incapable.
  • Lying, sneaking, dishonesty.
  • Recognize when issues shift in the middle of a situation. You will know how to follow the flow and maintain the most effective response, second-by-second.
  • Then, you’ll have children who:
  • Feel like important, contributing members of the family and society.
  • Assert their independence in positive ways and are not overly obsessed with controlling others.
  • Know how to heal hurt feelings and broken relationships (and prevent them in the first place!)
  • Feel capable, self-motivated, willing to try and view mistakes as opportunities to learn.
  • Rarely misbehave, because they know what they can do to get what they want. What better result is there than that?

The Discipline Toolset:

  • Avoid threatening punishment you can’t enforce. (Ever try to make a child sleep?)
  • Avoid common, but less effective, forms of punishment and know how to tweak often-misused tools, like time outs and restrictions, to be consistently effective.
  • Discipline so respectfully, children learn their lessons faster without feeling humiliated or shameful, don’t think you are just “being mean,” don’t seek revenge, and “get” the lesson, usually the first time.
  • Use the same discipline tools throughout your child’s life. You don’t have to change when the child is older, is tough enough to take whatever punishment you can dish out, figures out loopholes or decides if they are “willing to do the time, it’s okay to do the crime.”
  • Have children who are self-disciplined, self-responsible and self-motivated — whether an authority figure is present or not! In fact, children will have often already taken care of a problem before you even know there is one — now that’s self-discipline!

Your Package Also Includes:

A 30-day trial of the Parent Success Club Membership:

Weekly Support Webinars/calls where you can engage in…

–   Discussions with like-minded parents about the topics you are learning and other parenting topics you want to discuss.

–   Open Q&A, to:

  • Clarify content in the Guidebook lessons
  • Get help applying what you are learning to your family.

A Free Private Strategy Session or “Hug Seat,” on a Parent Success Club webinar (which is normally only offered to Parents Toolshop® Graduates.) There’s nothing like getting personalized support and problem-solving specific to your goals, challenges, situation and children. Other parents listening may “borrow the benefits” from your session or, if you want privacy, you can have a private coaching call with a Certified Parents Toolshop® Advisor.

If you want a way to do an independent study of The Misbehavior Toolset, in The Parent’s Toolshop®, then this Home Study Option is for you!

  

Here’s what other parents say about learning The Misbehavior Toolbox

 I gained so much more than I ever expected. The most rewarding aspect was seeing positive results at home with my son, who is diagnosed with A.D.D. These techniques really work!! –– Rebecca Streeter

I have done a lot of reading and research to be an effective parent and The Parent’s Toolshop® is the most comprehensive, clearly communicated and exciting format that I have come across. I see the success of this information when I am in public with my children and adults compliment me on how well behaved my children are. I’ve even had strangers come up to me on the playground and ask me “Where did you learn to talk to your kids like that?”  I love referring parents and reference the book regularly. — Carolyn McDermott

My relationship with my 12-year old has improved tremendously after learning and applying the communication and discipline skills. Last week I asked her if she thought her discipline was fair and that I treated her fairly. She said yes, but that I was not before. She is learning that she is responsible for her own actions and decisions. Therefore, she is also responsible for the consequences. — Donna Armand

I was walking a 6 year old student (same age and size of my son) with severe behavior issues to our physical therapy session in a hallway at school. He was throwing a tantrum and would not let go of the handrail next to a ramp. I used your ‘Language of Discipline’ technique (now fixed on my refrigerator). He immediately chose to go to therapy and cooperate with me!  The power struggle was averted!  A teacher approached me later and told me she heard our conversation (we were hard to miss!).  She said she was very impressed.  What struck me was how the words just came out of my mouth so easily and I didn’t even realize until she pointed it out to me.  I am forever grateful to have met you and taken some tools with me! — Mary Mancuso

Dear Jody, I’m thinking of you tonight as I write my daily gratitude list…The revealing Discipline Toolset is one of the areas that I struggle with the most…and I feel like I have a greater sense of clarity about how to use these tools. I feel so uplifted and walk away from listening to the audios, feeling so positive & optimistic. I am so glad for your teaching and your offering of this opportunity. Love & Appreciation, — Shayna Tulanian

I don’t need to discipline as often as I thought I did. Before, I used discipline this much (holding his arms wide apart) and the rest of the skills only this much (holding his hands in front of his chest). Now, I only need to use discipline this much (his hands in front of his chest) and I use the rest of the tools this much (holding his arms wide apart). — Bryan Belden

Are You Ready To:

  • Have children who are so well-behaved, self-disciplined and self-responsible that even strangers comment on their good behavior?
  • Get out of “The Bad Guy” role and feel good about yourself and your children when you discipline?
  • Remain calm, cool, collected and matter-of-fact when disciplining, so your children learn from the discipline?

Then Get The Misbehavior Toolbox Home Study Package NOW!