how to be a less reactive parent

If you’re in your bathroom right now hiding from your kids because you need a 5-minute break but they are outside calling your name over and over, and you’re trying so hard right now not to lose your mind, but not sure you can keep it together much longer and on the verge of exploding: then keep reading…

To a parent to another parent, is parenting harder and more frustrating than you ever thought it would be?

Perhaps, you were always a calm person before kids, but now that you’re a parent it seems almost impossible to keep your cool. That you never thought you could yell at your child, and maybe secretly judged those parents that you have seen in public yelling at their kids, but now you find yourself snapping at your kids too.

Or maybe you thought when you became a parent that you wouldn’t yell and explode at your child like your parents did when you were a child.

It’s hard to break this reactive, explosive cycle because when you have told your child a million times to pick up the freaking socks because you’re tired of having clothes all over the place and can never find a pair of socks because they are all missing, you start to feel overwhelmed and snap.

You’re so upset that you can’t seem to stop yourself in your tracks.

You’re so upset that you can’t seem to stop yourself in your tracks.

There is so much going in your life, in parenting, and perhaps you were never taught how to really deal with your “big emotions” in a healthy way. Never was told how to handle anger and overwhelm, that it’s a scary and bad feeling. There are so many things piling up and it gets the best of

You try so hard every day to be responsive in a calmly manner, to not yell at your kids, but you still go to bed feeling resentment, guilt, and shame and don’t know what else you can do.

What if you could finally know how to stop yourself in your tracks and keep your cool when you’re triggered?

  • Stop snapping when you’re feeling overwhlemed and stressed
  • No more yelling because your child never seems to listen (and how to get them to listen)
  • Finally going to bed without feeling like the biggest failure because you feel guilty about how you acted towards your child
  • No more power struggles between you and your child (this works for relationships too!)

Introducing

Reactive Parent’s Guide To Calming The F!@# Down

This guide is for parents who want to stop turning in to MOMZILLA or DADZILLA whenever they are triggered by their child and the world of parenthood.

Who tries to “be nicer tomorrow” but finds themselves waking up, yelling, going to bed and repeat.

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This goes way beyond self-care (not that self care doesn’t work, it does) but this goes into the understanding behind your triggers, why they are there, who to manage them, and also how to handle those sometimes infuriating moments when your child is having their own triggers.

After the Reactive Parent’s Guide To Calming The F!@# Down + the $126 plus worth of bonuses you’ll:

Let’s Take A Look Inside And See What’s Included

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Questions that curious parents asked before diving head first into Reactive Parent’s Guide To Calming The F!@# Down

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