The Key to Ending Back to School Tears and Tantrums
What Every Parent Needs to Know to Start the School Year off Right
It’s 7:30am and your little one has already:
- Refused to get dressed after four requests.
- Rejected the egg you made because it was scrambled, not fried.
- Screamed at you for combing her hair too hard.
Three power struggles and 2 tantrums later, you’re frazzled. Even if you did manage to get to school on time, you’re spent. This is no way to start the day.
And the pick up from school doesn’t get much better. He greets you with a punch instead of hello and refuses to get in the car.
You’re a dedicated parent; you want to see your kids grow up to be well-adjusted, caring adults with solid relationships and a great job. But it’s hard to imagine that when you can’t even get out of the house without a meltdown and there are tears from the back seat to the classroom door.
Going back to school can bring up lots of feelings for everyone.
Kids can struggle with separation anxiety and fears, which can effect how easily they learn and how well they make friends. Parents often feel helpless, frustrated, and worried when their child doesn’t skip happily off to school and mopes home at the end of the day.
In this workshop you’ll discover concrete strategies that will help you get your child to school without a fight and minimize their upsets when they get home–powerful tools that will help them have a better day at school.
You’ll walk away with:
Saturday September 22, 2018
10:00am-1:00pmSports Basement Berkeley, California
Every morning doesn’t have to start with a meltdown and every pick up doesn’t have to end with a screaming fest. You want a child who goes off to school with a big hug and a smile and returns with a glowing report from her teacher.
Click below to make this one of the best school years yet!
“Julie, your work supporting parents is incredibly inspiring! When I came to your summer class I was struggling with how to really connect and play with my daughter.
Your guidance helped my daughter and I to feel closer to one another in a totally manageable way, but I couldn’t have done it without your support. The return on my investment was 100%. More than I could have asked for.”
Mother of two