Don’t get me wrong having a little guy with energy is a great thing.
But! Having a 2-year-old control your emotional state can be frustrating.
My wife and I have been working together to build good habits. These habits are outdoor activities, healthy eating and a sleep time to reduce what is now known as “the terrible twos”.
The Temper Seems To Be Getting Worst!
I started noticing temper tantrums a month or two after his 2nd birthday.
Whenever I said “NO”, you could see the tantrums coming!. It got so bad that I even started to feed into his tantrums by raising my voice.
I felt horrible talking to my child as if he was old enough to understand his emotions.
While we were able to teach him a system around sleeping we still were struggling with his temper; this is when my frustration hit a pinnacle.
I Thought Dealing With The Terrible Twos Would Be Easier.
I started to feel like I was not taking my son’s development seriously.
So… I spent time and money looking for all the highly recommended books.
I bought what felt like every early childhood development book that I could get my hands on.
This was in an attempt to find a solution to the problem. While all of them had pieces of information I needed, none of them provided all the pieces to the puzzle.
Then I Found It…. “Dealing With The Terrible Twos”!
Chris, I recently purchased your “Talking to Toddlers” mp3 and it was fantastic! Literally, this is not an exaggeration, but the same day I first tried presuppositions and double-binds, I saw a change in my relationship with my 2 year old son. In the week following, whereas before our relationship largely consisted of Dad the enforcer and toddler the oppressed (with lots of feelings of guilt and lots of tears respectively), we became closer, happier, and I really feel good about being a Dad now. Especially since I have the tools for guiding my son, but at the same time honoring his inherent rights to dignity and self-determination magic bullet. I continue to work through your lessons and apply the tools they provide.
I was sold and thought why not, it’s not like I didn’t already have a library of books on tantrums. The audio course is called “Talking to Toddlers: Dealing With The Terrible Two“. I personally love audio courses because it establishes a structure within the process and that is exactly what I needed.
I am so glad I bought this course! The course taught me everything I needed to know about how my toddler could be misunderstood. Some of the techniques they teach are so clever that your child will feel less stressed and more love. The amount of peace this course has given me is worth the price alone.
I highly recommend you try “Talking to Toddlers: Dealing With The Terrible Two” here if you want to understand how to stop your toddlers temper tantrums for good. It also teaches you some really cool techniques that you can use all the way up until age 8.
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Dealing With The Terrible Twos F.A.Q
Q. What age is talking to toddlers best suited for?
A. Kids 2-6 years old. But to be more specific, it works as soon as you can have two-way verbal
Q. Where can I buy the Audio Course Dealing With The Terrible Twos
A. You can buy it from the original website using this link
Q. Will this work on my child?
A. This depends on your willingness to follow the steps. Remember this course help build communication skills.