Click on a topic below to find scripts and tips for how to handle scenarios that parents face on a daily basis.

 

Handling Children’s Big Emotions

When Your Child Melts Down When You Say “No”

When Your Child Is Disrespectful When They’re In Yuck

When Your Child Is in the Middle of a Meltdown 

 

Handling Children’s Disrespect

When Your Child Looks You in the Face and Defies You

When Your Child Outright Ignores You 

When Your Child Says “I Hate You” (Or Worse)

When Your Child Is Disrespectful to Their Sibling

 

Motivating Cooperation

When Your Child Won’t Do Routine Tasks (That They Know How To Do)

When Your Child Won’t Stop Doing Something That Is Annoying Others

When Your Child Won’t Do What They’re Supposed to Do 

 

Increasing Your Child’s Motivation

When Your Child Isn’t Motivated to Do Homework

When Your Children Aren’t Motivated to Clean Up

When Your Child Isn’t Motivated to Go to Sleep

When Your Child Isn’t Motivated To Get Off of Electronics

 

Helping Anxious Children

When Your Child Is Afraid of Even the Smallest Things

When Your Child Is Afraid to Talk to Other Children

When Your Child Is Afraid to Try New Things

When Your Child Won’t Let You Leave Them

 

Helping Children With Low Self-Esteem

When Your Child Says “No One Cares About Me”

When Your Child Allows Others To Be Mean To Them

When Your Child Won’t Do Anything If They’re Not Good At It

When Your Child Believes Bad Things About Themselves

When Your Child Puts Their Needs Behind Everyone Else’s

 

Reducing Sibling Fighting

When One Sibling Always Gives In To the Other

When Your Kids Fight Over Something They Both (All) Want

When Your Kids Compete All the Time

When Your Kids Won’t Stop Fighting In the Car (Or Other Places)

When One Sibling Won’t Stop Bothering the Other(s)

When a Child Gets Upset When Others Touch Their Stuff

When Children Argue Over Who Got More Of Something

 

Staying Calm As a Parent

How to Set Your Expectations To Help You Stay Calmer

How to Handle Your Triggers to Help you Stay Calmer