Does this sound familiar?
- I’m afraid if I don’t get my child under control something will go wrong.
- I constantly wonder, “What have I done? What was the trigger?”
- I am sick of the struggle.
- My marriage and life feel like they’re falling apart.
90% of the parents I work with have a child with Sensory Processing Disorder, ADHD, Autism, ODD, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, or another combination of letters that indicate difficulties with calm, attention and connection. It often seems like nothing works with these intense children but please don’t get stuck in the diagnosis trap. There is hope!
If you feel discouraged and desperate because nothing seems to work with YOUR child I want you to know you’re not doing anything wrong. Traditional methods can’t work because your child’s brain is unique.
I talked with other moms; how come everything seemed to work for all these other families but not mine? I felt like I was a bad parent and didn’t know what to do. Then I found Samantha, and I get it now. My husband and I understand what triggers our son’s brain (both good and bad) and we are now able to have a much more peaceful and happy home. No longer do we feel like bad parents. ~Mary Beth G.
Most families of an intense brain child need a combination of 4-5 strategies specifically geared toward calming anger and anxiety, avoiding hidden landmines that set-off sensitive children, and building self-esteem for more positive attitude and connection.
For your family, I recommend the one-on-one Mad2Glad™ parent coaching program to move you swiftly in a more positive direction.
Here’s what parents had to say after successfully implementing their personal parenting plan:
- My child finally listens to me and sees me as an authority figure
- My co-parent and I are on the same page when it comes to raising our child
- I have become the best version of myself, even with MY crazy circumstances