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Are your kids’ behaviors your fault??
Do you feel guilty as you think that you could have handled situations differently?

I know I have.

Recently, I read an article written by a mom who claimed th…

Are your kids’ behaviors your fault??
Do you feel guilty as you think that you could have handled situations differently?

I know I have.

Recently, I read an article written by a mom who claimed that her kids’ behavior problems were partly her fault. Wow! What a brave mama!

I was intrigued. I read on….

She went on to describe situations where her three children misbehaved and in each situation she was able to list what she could have done differently to change her children’s response.

Brilliant I thought to myself.

So what do we think about it being our fault when our children misbehave? Can we really impact their reactions?

We are going to dive into these very questions today.

As you are getting ready to join us (or if you are watching on the replay), be ready to comment with an example of a time where your child misbehaved and we will decide how to best respond for the most beneficial outcome.

AND…because I know that everyone’s time is super limited and incredibly valuable, in this live video I share one sure fire way to avoid the “it’s my fault” feeling by improving your child’s response to you AND I give you the opportunity to get TWO MORE ways to watch when it’s convenient for you

Win-Win!

To get your two addition ways see better behavior and to stop blaming yourself just write:

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below and I’ll be in touch through messenger.

Before I go, I want you to know that in our closed group we will be diving into specific questions parents have and specific behavior struggles over the next few weeks. Lots of tips coming your way.

Here is the link to join us: https://www.facebook.com/groups/196010447470502/

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    Sara Campbell

    Posted August 21, 2019 6:58 am

    Ooo! Making a difference Monday 🙂

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