Are you tired of the whining and fighting in your home?
Do you wish your kids would just listen to you without yelling?
Do you feeling guilty for yelling, but you don't know what else to do?
Then you need to come and check out my no yelling course to kick your yelling to the curb!
You will learn skills to stop yelling AND learn how to best help your kids with their behavior.
Come join me in the No Yell November Course! You will have the following:
Why does yelling matter in your homeschool?
When you are yelling, it is creating a disconnect between you and your child, when there is a disconnect, your kid doesn't listen to you, your kid doesn't do their school work, and there is more chaos and contention in the home.
When you stop yelling, it creates a connection between you and your child, when there is a connection, your kid listens to you, your kid does their school work, and there is peace and joy in the home.
Not yelling can completely change the dynamic and culture in your family.
If you are ready to get rid of contention and replace it with connection and you don't know how, you NEED to come and join me for this event.
“I have to say that this month has truly been eye opening! I have listened to your podcast for a long time but it wasn't until I heard you talking about no yell November that I decided to join Mama's Members. To say it has been helpful would be a total understatement. It has not been helpful....it has been life changing!
Before joining, I felt my connection with my daughter slipping. I seemed to be always frustrated and irritated, and in turn, it caused her to be the same. We were no longer enjoying our time together and everyday just felt like the same as the day before.
After watching some of your parenting and toolbox videos, I was finally able to change my perspective on things and view things through the eyes of my child. This helped me to understand how/why she was behaving the way she was and allowed me to respond differently to her behaviors.
We have now gotten to a place where we are thoroughly enjoying our time together and I do not feel the need to yell at her because I know that the only thing that will do is damage our relationship. It truly doesn't help anything. Since I have stopped yelling and getting frustrated, I have noticed the same change in her behavior. She is happier, she uses her kind words, she does not yell or throw fits, and she is overall more calm.
It has been an amazing shift and I am SO happy to continue this into December and into the New Year as well!
Thank you, Meg!”
— Happy Mama