[Audio/Video Story] We’re Making Up For Lost Time

When you have an intense child, routine activities like getting dressed in the morning can take hours and feel like an inescapable nightmare.

Laura, mother of 7-year-old Lauren, shares how she reduced dressing time from 2 hours to 5-10 minutes.

As you listen to Laura’s story you will hear the mistake she previously made by logically addressing the importance of getting dressed, and what she now does instead.

Laura’s courage to share her story touches us!  Parent coaching is a place where you get to share the truth about what things are really like with your child.  

Have you ever felt life was:

  • A nightmare you couldn’t escape
  • Torturous
  • Full of resentment and anger toward a child for getting so upset over something so basic?

If so, you’re not alone.  

With only 8 sessions of parent coaching, Laura now enjoys:

  • Time playing with her daughter
  • Seeing her daughter engage with her younger sister
  • Calm and peace

What if your child one day reflects back on childhood and remembers the fun things they did with you?  It’s possible.

Make up for lost time by learning the most in-depth online training series for parents with intense children, The Mad2Glad Blueprint. [Enter coupon code MAD2GLAD20 at checkout to save 20%] *expires 6/2/16

You deserve strategies and scripts to get you through the most intense situations with your child, so neither of you gets stuck in “fight or flight” mode.  

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  • Cy Johnson says:

    Please thank this Mom for sharing her story. It gave me happy tears to know I’m not alone nor is my daughter in her struggles with clothes. It also gives me hope that through the work I’m doing with you she will start wearing other outfits and clothes. It was especially exciting hearing how she got there with heartfelt appreciation and positive connections as that is what I’m currently working on. 🙂

    • Samantha says:

      We feel so blessed that Laura’s story renewed your hope — you’re not alone! And we’re on a good path to move through this current challenge, Cy. Keep up the great work 🙂

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