How to Raise a Strong-Willed Child Without Losing Your Mind
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Do you have a strong-willed child? If so, I am right there with you. I have spent the past 20+ years raising five children, four of whom fit snugly into the strong-willed category. I know how frustrating and exhausting it can be. I know about the power struggles, the sleepless nights spent worrying, and the feelings of failure.
But I also know what it is like to see my once-impossible children grow into teenagers and young adults who know how to put their strong-wills to good use. I know what it is like to watch them use their natural drive, persistence, and even stubbornness to leave a positive impact on their little corners of the world. I can now say without question that strong-will is a huge blessing.
I also know that "spirited" children are challenging to raise. I have learned a few things over the years, however, in the trenches of both study and experience, that are game-changers. They have worked well in my home, and I believe they can help you, as well.
If you enroll in this free course, I will teach you what it has taken me 20 years to learn. I will show you what style of parenting works well for strong-willed kids, how best to communicate with them, how to avoid power struggles, how to remain calm when they are pushing all your buttons, and how to teach them to wield the power of their strong-will in healthy ways.
This mini-course packs a powerful punch, is filled with loads of useful information, and is entirely free! Get started today!
Lynnette Sheppard is a blogger, podcaster, and parenting coach, as well as the mother of five children who are now mostly teens and young adults. She believes that raising children need not be overly confusing, stressful, or anxiety-ridden. The secret sauce is made from a combination of love, leadership, and common sense. She is passionate about helping other parents navigate the waters of child-rearing with more confidence and greater perspective. You can find out more about her on her website, lynnettesheppard.com