The Parent’s Toolshop®
Misbehavior Toolbox Quick Guide Package
(included in the Parents Toolshop® Guidebook)
Your toddler is in her “Terrible Twos” and the tantrums, whining and bedtime delays have started. You can’t imagine waiting a year or two to ride out this stage. You want help NOW!
You appreciate your son’s humor and happy-go-lucky personality, but it’s getting him in trouble at home and at school. At home, he’s an attention hog, always doing annoying, irritating things to get people’s reaction. His tall tales are turning into chronic lying. Now, he’s starting to get in trouble at school for being the class clown.
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.
What are you to do? Every child, at some point, will misbehave. Whether you are facing “common,” “normal” problem behavior or if you are dealing with more serious behavior problems like these, help is on the way.
To Prevent and Stop Misbehavior, You Need…
The Parent’s Toolshop® Misbehavior Toolbox
In this Quick Start Guide you will receive …
The Misbehavior Toolbox lessons from The Parents Toolshop® Guidebook:
The PU (Problem Behavior that’s Unintentional) Toolset:
- See why telling children “a million times” doesn’t work.
- Understand how development, personality and medical issues impact behavior.
- Know the one question to ask to know whether your child is misbehaving on purpose.
- Recognize the five causes of “unintentional” misbehavior and how to respond to each.
The PO (Problem Behavior that’s On purpose) Toolset:
- Learn four questions to ask to discover why a child is misbehaving so that you can respond confidently and effectively.
- Discover how to avoid reactions that escalate problems or give payoffs and what to say and do instead to stop misbehavior in its tracks and prevent it from happening again.
- Identify the four purposes behind intentional misbehavior and redirect each one so that children learn to meet their needs in healthy ways and behave better.
The Discipline Toolset:
- Use Respectful Discipline Techniques to Hold Children Accountable.
- Know The One Word to Say To Prevent Rebellion, Resentment — and Keep You Out Of “The Bad Guy” Role.
- Discover the Four-Star Discipline Tools That Teach Children To Be Self–Disciplined.
- Learn which discipline tools backfire and make your job harder when misused — and what to do instead.
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.
- Bonus: get a free Hug seat, normally only offered to Parents Toolshop® Graduates.
Here’s what other parents have said about The Misbehavior Toolbox
This gives the parents tools to effectively deal with root issues that cause the misbehavior in the first place. — Andrew Lynch
I have read numerous articles, magazines, and books which addressed parenting issues, attended lectures, and met with counselors in the past. Yet, I have never attended a class as thorough, well-organized and interesting as The Parent’s Toolshop. 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 was visiting my friend and really noticed how she worded her discipline. I asked her where she learned to parent that way and she told me about this. – – Kathleen Lott, professional nanny
My relationship with my 12-year old has improved tremendously after learning and applying the communication and discipline skills learned in this class. 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
My relationship with my son was suffering because I didn’t know how to discipline him. Your approach gives real results, good feelings and confidence. It has healed our relationship and my son is starting to appreciate me. Sometimes he says that I am the best mother! — Ester Notik, Israel
If you are ready to prevent and stop misbehavior in its tracks — often permanently — and foster self-discipline in your children — then get The Misbehavior Toolbox Quick Start Package NOW!