While you might have expected parenting to be innate, you have probably discovered that the innate part of parenting is the drive to protect. Nurturing and what you do beyond providing for your child’s basic needs must be learned. A desire to have a child that follows all the rules leads to frustration when that desire is not met. As your stress meter goes up you are likely to fall back on old ways that never work the way you want, or you find yourself yelling in reaction-mode parenting.
A 5-word system … learn it once, use it for life
The key to your success in parenting is to learn the One Step Ahead Parenting System, (a 5-word system) and then follow the steps in the precise order outlined.
5. Fresh Start
We use your parenting challenges like bullying, sibling rivalry, and other topics for you to see the system in action
How are kids and cars alike?
Think of it this way. If you learn to drive, you can walk up to any car, familiarize yourself with the size, check out the instrument panel and mirror positions. You put on your seat-belt, place your foot on the brake, turn the key, put the car into gear, look around and accelerate slowly. If you can do this in one car you can drive most cars. The steps are always the same and you have to do them in that order. So, how are kids and cars alike? Before you can drive almost any car, first you have to learn to drive. With One Step Ahead Parenting you have to learn the system before you can use it in all situations with any age … learn it once use it for life.
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