My First Ecourse: Parenting with Positive Guidance

More than a year has passed since launching my first Ebook, Parenting with Positive Guidance: Tools for Building Discipline from the Inside Out.  I’ve been amazed with the response throughout the whole process.  I’ve heard from people who have come from abusive childhoods who are looking for another way to raise their children.  I’ve heard from people who have come from loving homes who want more support building a loving home of their own.  I’ve heard from parents who already believe in the philosophy of positive guidance, but wanted to know what it looks like in action.  Bottom line:  I’ve heard from good parents who just want to be better. And I’ve been so pleased with the warm way Parenting with Positive Guidance has been received.

Through feedback on my writing and teaching experiences I’ve learned that the tools and perspectives taught aren’t always a part of the parenting script we’ve developed.  These are tools that I’ve learned about through my study of child development and my experience as a teacher, consultant, and most importantly as a mom.  And I don’t think they should be kept a secret.

I want to share them with you as I did in my Ebook, giving you more examples, more information, and fielding more questions from you.  I’ve taught this class in a live format, with a wonderful response, and now I’ve found a way to bring it right to your computer, wherever you are, and whenever it fits into your schedule.

I’d love for you to be a part of it. Please check out the course details here.

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6 Responses to My First Ecourse: Parenting with Positive Guidance

  1. Okay, so I think it is TOTALLY awesome that you are doing this!! And I LOVE the team discount! I had already peeked at your e-course tab and the FAQ’s and I was already telling my husband all about it- because, honestly, I tell him these things and he seems to remember to apply it better than I do! We’ll be on board soon- we just have to work out a few things!

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  3. First of all, I want to thank you. I have learned so much from your blog and Pinterest boards this year! Your inspiration has made a huge, and very positive impact in my home and at my work. I have 5 girls, ages 3-14 and have taught many different levels of school from high school to community college level. Currently I work for a non-profit adult education and family literacy center in Chicago call The Tolton Center. I am teaching a dual language preschool program, as well as the parenting component of the family literacy program. At our site, we serve the poorest families in Chicago, offering free adult education and parenting classes to parents, and early childhood classes for their children.

    I was wondering if you would be able to offer a discount rate for your e-class for non-profits, or if your combination offer could apply to 2 or 3 teachers taking the class? I would love to take the class, and to share the content and information with the other teachers who work on the family curriculum with me.

    Thank you again for your amazing ideas and practical advice. You are a wonderful teacher!

    Michelle Dinneen-White
    toltoncenter.com
    Facebook: Tolton Center of De La Salle

    • Hi Michelle-
      Thank you so much for your kind words as well as for the wonderful work you do for children and families. I will email you directly and we’ll work out something that will work for your center.
      Thanks so much for reading!

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