Taming Tantrums Without Losing Your Temper workshop
Your toddler just got easier!
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In This Free Masterclass
YOU WILL LEARN:
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How to stop losing your temper
Manage meltdowns without feeling like you’re on the verge of having one yourself
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The secret that can actually calm tantrums
Finally, feel more confident about handling unwanted behaviour peacefully and intentionally
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The proven method to become a chiller, happier parent
You deserve the tools that will help you parent the way you want to
“My husband and I listened to the tantrum lesson together and now we’re finally working like a team. This is a relief because we were fighting a lot during tantrums."
— Penny and J.J.
Mealtimes are more relaxed! I can’t thank-you enough.
“WOW! My 3.5-year-old son, Tommy just went to bed without a fuss. We followed your steps exactly. Thank you, thank you, thank you!”
— Melanie R
This Masterclass is a must if . . .
You’re tired of worrying about doing everything wrong
You feel guilty for snapping, shouting, and screaming at your kids
You want to become a calmer parent —at home and in public
You want to know how to minimize tantrums
Yes, there will be a replay!
A note from Dr. Cathryn,
I’m a pediatrician with more than 30 years of experience. I’ve written two books on parenting, The Parent Problem Solver and The Lull-A-Baby Sleep Plan. I’ve also consulted with hundreds of thousands of parents on how to help with their children’s problem behaviors.
But what makes me uniquely qualified to speak on this subject is that I’m a mom (of 4 kids!) — and I’ve been in your shoes.
I know how hard it is to have a toddler.
And because I’ve been a doctor for so long, I’ve watched parenting theories come and go.
But after three decades, I’ve witnessed first-hand what works — and what doesn’t.
How fear-based parenting is an outdated practice — and how, on the other end of the spectrum — permissive-based parenting isn’t the answer either (in fact, there’s a lot of research that shows quite a bit of depression in kids raised with permissive parenting).
And just like you, I’m devoted to raising healthy, happy, resilient kids.
I don’t want you to spend another moment having guilt that you’re a “bad parent” (←let me assure you that you’re not).
When you have knowledge and resources to help you, everyone’s life becomes more enjoyable and peaceful