Dec 12, 2018
We'd all love to be able to tackle parenting without yelling at kids, at some point most of us have tried it...likely it's a daily struggle.
After seeing various "stop yelling at kids forever" challenges, I started feeling like every day I was either a "good mom" or a "bad mom," depending on if I messed up and yelled or not.
Living life thinking I'm either good or bad, doesn't work for me, and it doesn't have to work for you either.
While I'll never promote yelling at kids, when it happens, I found some surprising truths that help me turn the situation into something positive. Rather than spiraling down the shame track after yelling, I now turn to these ideas that I share here in this podcast which will help you to;
*be a positive example for your kids even in less than perfect times
*turn any day into a good day even if you mess up and yell at kids
*teach kids how to come back from mistakes they make
*come closer to your kids
*promote more honest conversations with your kids
*have days of more parenting without yelling, without all the pressure either winning or losing each day
If those are things you are looking for more of in your life, and the 100% no yelling at kids isn't working for you, listen in and tell me how this helps you.