Review Of Talking To Toddlers Discover How To Deal With The Terrible Twos & Beyond

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Talking to Toddlers is an audio course which aims to successfully help parents reduce the stress of parenting. It aims to give parents a solution for toddler behaviour problems and focuses on teaching proven language skills. Discover the truth with this honest review.

San Francisco, USA – September 1st, 2014 /PressCable/

Talking to Toddlers is an audio course which aims to successfully help parents reduce the stress of parenting. It aims to give parents a solution for toddler behaviour problems and focuses on teaching proven language skills. It comes in a professionally recorded MP3 audio + PDF ebook with nearly 3 hours of audio.

Chris Thompson is the owner of Talking To Toddlers and is not a typical parenting expert. In his professional life Chris had a strong interest in communication strategies and was involved in learning how to motivate and influence people. He learned the tools of NLP – Neuro-Linguistic Programming and learned how to cure people of phobias, anxieties and bad habits. When he became a father, he realized these NLP tools were equally amazing when used to change the emotional state of an out-of-control toddler, or to “seed suggestion” such that a child goes along with requests much more easily. Chris has borrowed these techniques and applied them to children in a powerful way.

In Talking to Toddlers, parents can learn how to diffuse tantrums and de-stress their own lives as a parent. Parents and child carers will also learn about how to pick battles with their toddlers, Yes/No/ Compliance Sets and how they can use them to get toddlers to comply with what they want. The course also teaches about positive reinforcement that will help parents to get positive and amazing results with their child's behavior.

The detailed review of Talking To Toddlers on the website betterparentingadvice.com indicates that this e-course provides parents with many ways to practically communicate with their children.

What Parents / Child Carers Get With Talking To Toddlers

If anyone purchases this course they will get downloadable MP3′s along with a PDF of the course summary and homework. Each of the 12 lessons last about 20 minutes and are broken down as follows:

- Lesson 1: Introduction including key concepts

- Lesson 2: Double Binds and Presuppositions

- Lesson 3: Get What You Want Without Saying “NO”

- Lesson 4: Yes/NO/Compliance Sets

- Lesson 5: Commitment and Consistency

- Lesson 6: Reciprocity

- Lesson 7: Picking Your Battles

- Lesson 8: Reframing

- Lesson 9: State Management and Anchoring

- Lesson 10: Embedded Comments and Quotes Technique

- Lesson 11: Dealing With Physical Pain

- Lesson 12: Threats and Punishments

Furthermore, Chris also provides users with some useful bonuses that assist them in teaching their children and has even recently added a free webinar. The strategies Chris teaches in this FREE webinar, will really get to the core or what drives child behaviour and what parents can do using language to change that behaviour. There are a number of dates available, so parents can easily select a time which suits their schedule. Finally, the course comes with a 60-day money back guarantee in case the buyer is not happy with the results. Chris certainly puts his money where his mouth is.

Alison from the site betterparentingadvice.com says that: “The “Talking To Toddlers – Dealing with the terrible twos and beyond” program is really informative and is as much about empowering parents to handle toddlers in a better way, as it is about using the right language with the children in their life and that Chris does an excellent job in giving parents the tools to succeed.

If people wish to view advantages and disadvantages from a comprehensive Talking To Toddlers review, they could visit the website: http://betterparentingadvice.com/review-of-talking…

In order to get more details about this e-course, people can get a direct access to the official site.

Contact Info:
Name: Alison Stevens
Email: hello@betterparentingadvice.com
Organization: Better Parenting Advice
Website: http://betterparentingadvice.com

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