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Parents Toolshop

The Parent’s Toolshop® Parent Problem Toolbox Quick Guide

 The Parent’s Toolshop®
Parent Problem Toolbox Quick Start Guide Package
(Included in the Parents Toolshop® Guidebook)

Thick Book B_3D_flatYour preschooler can get angry at the slightest thing! You are never sure what’s going to set her off. You understand she’s young and doesn’t know any better, but you want to be sure she learns better. Problem is, what works for you is to talk about what you are upset about, which won’t work for such a young child. You want more ideas for what to suggest to her and how to teach something like anger management to a young child.

Your school-aged son wants to play video games instead of doing his homework and chores. He leaves his clothes on the floor, the light on in the bathroom and the toilet seat up. If you fall into the bowl in the middle of the night one more time you are going to scream! You find yourself nagging, reminding and lecturing him, but know you aren’t getting through, because he just rolls his eyes — which really ticks you off!

Your teenage daughter is becoming more stressed as she gets older and more pressures are on her in school and with friends. She tends to take it out on you, blowing up and yelling at you, which pushes your buttons. You end up reacting and saying things you regret.

You are usually pretty good about managing your anger — at least you think you are. Problem is, it seems to still build up and come out later as an explosion. That makes you wonder if you are actually just stuffing your feelings instead of actually resolving them. You want to know the difference and have some suggestions for what you can do with your anger and stress, so you are a good role model for your children and to teach them better skills.

Most adults never really learned how to handle stress and anger in healthy ways, so they just stuff the feelings…and then blow up later. Now you and your children can learn healthy anger and stress management skills as well as how to communicate respectfully and calmly, even in emotionally-charged situations.

To Help You and Your Children Manage Anger & Stress in Healthy Ways, and Communicate Assertively and Respectfully, You Want to Use…

The Parent’s Toolshop® Parent Problem Toolbox

In this Quick Start Guide you will receive …

The Parent Problem Toolbox lessons from The Parents Toolshop® Guidebook:

The Keep Your Cool Toolset:
By using these internal skills, you will:

  • Avoid using effective parenting tools in anger, which turns them into weapons.
  • Keep your cool and keep your kids from erupting, which will make everyone’s life less stressful.
  • Know how to design a personalized anger/stress management plan for each member of the family, so each person knows where to go and what to do, to work through their anger in healthy ways.
  • Have children who use their words appropriately, so there are fewer tantrums and outbursts.

The Clear Communication Toolset:
By using these proven-effective skills, you will:

  • Know how to get your point across without lectures or threats, so you can resolve problems faster.
  • Set limits and express your concerns assertively and respectfully, which prevents “parent deafness.”
  • Become assertive, instead of being a doormat or bully. You will know how to communicate your needs in ways your children can hear.
  • Have children who are respectful and do what they need to do, often without even being told to.
  • Have fewer mis-communications and resulting conflicts.

30-day trial of the Parent Success Club Membership:
Weekly Support Webinars/calls where you can engage in…

–   Discussions with like-minded parents about the topics you are learning and other parenting topics you want to discuss.

–    Open Q&A, to:

  • Clarify content in the Guidebook lessons
  • Get help applying what you are learning to your family.

–   Bonus: get a free Hug seat, normally only offered to Parents Toolshop® Graduates.

 Here’s what other parents have said about The Parent Problem Toolbox

Keep Your Cool Toolset

What I really got out of The Parent’s Toolshop® was how to control my temper, not to shout and yell so much about everything that happens and to spend a little more time with my children and other kids in the neighborhood. — —  Charles Epps

The Parent’s Toolshop® has made me more aware of positive parenting skills and has shown me some definite ways I could improve my relationship with my children. I now find myself stopping to think more before reacting. I feel more positive about my parenting and helpful that my children will benefit from this in more ways than I can even see at this point. — —  Maura Hamilton

I just wanted to let you know again how much I enjoyed this.  I went to learn about talking with my kids and learned so much more about myself.  I have had several people tell me that I have a new attitude.  Thanks for all the information that I got.  You are truly an inspiration to me. — — Kim Jackson

Applying the tools from just the first week had positive results! I am now responding instead of reacting. My son has noticed a difference — I am calmer, don’t yell as much and we come to a solution to problems more quickly, with less friction and everyone is happier. As a single father, my skills left me in a very bad place. I am much more confident in my ability to succeed as a single parent. — — Phil Jones

Clear Communication Toolset

I learned some of these communication and listening skills in training programs at work. I can’t believe it didn’t occur to me to modify them for use at home with my kids! — —  Bill Stanley

Jody’s approach is so refreshing! A lot of parenting advice seems to consist of a lecture about what you are doing wrong and then instructions on how to do it “their” way. Jody’s method is different. She shares proven methods for achieving your parenting goals and provides concrete example of language and phrases that give real results! I am a big fan of Jody Johnston Pawel and the Parents Toolshop®. She seems to understand what many other experts miss – that you shouldn’t ever have to choose between effective parenting and kind, respectful parenting. Thank you Jody for giving me tools that I can feel good about using! — —  Nicole Eatough

My relationship with my 12-year old has improved tremendously after learning and applying the communication skills I learned.– —  Donna Armand

Are You Ready to Know How to Handle Your Anger and Stress — or Begin to Eliminate it? Do You Want to Know How to Express Your Concerns Clearly and Respectfully, Without Lectures, Blame and Threats, So Your Children Listen and Respect Your Needs and Perspective the Way You Respect Theirs? Then Get The Parent Problem Toolbox Quick Start Package NOW!