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If you want to discover how to discipline your toddler without needing to raise your voice or scream, then keep reading...

Did you know?

  • According to NHS research, toddler tantrums begin at the age of 18 months and continue until the child is three. And they are equally as common in boys and girls.
  • According to a study by the American Psychological Organization, disciplining toddlers with harsh methods led to dire consequences in later years
  • Another study proved that an assertive voice was more effective at controlling toddlers than a yell

How do you react when your little one tests your nerves with a temper tantrum? Is your toddler always screaming and won't stop until they get their way? Do you sometimes find yourself at a loss for what to do to get your toddler to do what you want, instead of what they want?

The period from 18 months to three years is called the terrible twos for a reason. The toddler years are the most active that a human will be in their whole lifetime. Everything is new. Words, emotions, and physical sensations. The child is learning how to interact with the world and looks to you, the parent, for guidance on right behavior.

But toddlers aren't rational adults who are able to think deeply about what they are doing. They are testing their boundaries through actions. They want to see what works and what doesn't.

It's your job to make sure that your toddler doesn't overstep their boundaries and behave in a way that makes them unpopular with the people around them, maybe, even with you, too.

That means, discipline. But discipline doesn't mean yelling.

How many times have you found that screaming at your child has got you the desired consequences of controlling the child or teaching them a lesson?

The secret to successful discipline is through controlling your own emotions, listening to your child, and helping your child recognize what is going on inside its body. Through learning the right techniques to disciplining your child without yelling, then both you and your child will be happier and function better in society in the long term.

In Toddler Discipline Guide, you'll discover: 

  • The six most important tips to be able to see the world from your toddler's perspective
  • Steps to recognize when to enter into battle with your toddler and when not to
  • Strategies for praising your toddlers so that you can discipline them without them knowing
  • The seven great alternatives to punishment that work
  • The six most important rules to instill in your toddler
  • Ways to give your toddler purpose within your family
  • The nine steps for staying calm when your toddler is testing your patience
  • And much, much more.

Many parents believe that discipline needs to be harsh. That's why they either yell at their kids or do the complete opposite and refuse to discipline their children at all.

Discovering how to discipline your toddler without needing to yell at them can be life-changing for you and the child.

And it's easy to do. You just need to follow a proven guide which will show you the simple to follow shortcuts to disciplining your child without yelling. If you want to discipline your child in a loving, reassuring way, then get this book right now.

©2019 Jordan Waldrop (P)2019 Jordan Waldrop

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