What's Your Biggest Parenting Question?

Have a nagging question about parenting?  Are there some pesky behavioral issues at your house that time-out hasn't solved?  Feeling stressed out, overwhelmed and under-appreciated? Feeling like no matter what you do, you cannot pull your child toward success?  Wondering what to do next?

Your Toughest Parenting Questions, Answered

Now, you can ask those questions...and maybe get them answered in a new ebook being created by three early childhood experts.  Our book will take real-life parenting dilemmas and show parents ways to help their children make a behavior turnaround with "time-in".

While time-out is still largely recogized as the preferred way to guide and discipline kids, there are some even better ways to raise kids who make good choices, act respectful and learn to be responsible.  These techniques do not require punishmet, yelling or other aversive strategies.   We call it "time-in".


Many of you know that I have been a strong advocate of time-in, not only because the research supports it, but because I've seen it work...in classrooms, in homes of clients and, yes, even in my own home.  I've also had the pleasure of awarding one of our Kidlutions Preferred Product Awards for Social-Emotional Development to a book, "Listen to Me, Please.  Time-In, Not Time-Out" that promotes "time-in".  I've been teaching these skills and tools to early childhood teachers, as well.

Now, I'm excited to join forces with Ava Parnass, MSN, CS and Dr. Lynne Kenney to bring you a revolutionary way to raise children, manage behavioral issues, teach life-long skills and maitain your sanity, all at the same time. 

What's Your Parenting Question?

If you have a parenting question you'd like to have answered, you can send it to us here.  Be sure to put TIME-IN in the subject line.  If we use your question, we'll show you how to solve that problem by using "time-in".  You'll also get a free copy of our ebook.  We will protect your privacy (your name will not be used in our book). 

This offer will only be open for a few days, so get your questions in now! 


Anonymous said…
I have a super-sensitive 5 year old who has recently started to talk back, say No when asked to do something and whine a lot. He has a 2 year old sister, so I'm sure that sibling rivalry is at the root of some of his behavior. All of the unpleasantness is directed towards family members so I know that he's socially appropriate etc etc. I have found myself so annoyed that I have been yelling, which only makes matters worse. I've tried spending more alone time with him, but I don't have a nanny so I don't really have any tine besides my little one's naptime. Im trained as a teacher, so I know all the right answers--but I could use some concrete suggestions! Thanks in advance :)
Hi Jessica,

Thanks for dropping by! What a GREAT question, and one that I am sure lots of parents can relate to!

We'll let you know if we answer this in our book!

Wendy =)
This comment comes from Naomi Richards, @thekidscoach, who is having trouble posting to blogger:

I love the concept of time in and not time out - well done on coming up with great idea!

Naomi can be found at http://www.thekidscoach.org.uk

Thanks! It was Ava's idea to write this book, and although I didn't come up with the original idea of "Time-In", I have subscribed to it for a while!

Wendy =)

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