If your Toddler or Preschooler tells you “NO” – Defiant Behavior

February 5, 2014

 

Are You Frustrated When Your Toddler or Preschooler Tells You “NO”?

In this video we chat about what you as a parent or caretaker can do when you are “sick and tired” of your toddler or preschooler is always telling you NO, drops the floor and throws a fit when you ask them to do something.

Does this defiant behavior make you feel crazy and desperate?

It hurts my heart so see parents struggle with this problem. It is avoidable and will lead to a more peaceful home if well addressed.

There is HOPE!

You can get off of the CRAZIES by formulating a plan and following thru with it for a season.

There are a few concerns to take care of first before helping them modify their behavioral response.

Hopefully this will offer some guidance.

If you need more tips or you had some successes… please post it and let us know.

 

Blessings,

Heloise

 

Heloise "Lois" Ridley, MBA

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Heloise (Lois) Ridley, MBA helps parents "Get OFF the CRAZY cycle.... and onto a path of peace" She loves to encourage, instruct and empower parents and youth to live and impact the world around them. Heloise speaks and trains in workshops for internet safety, home education and parenting issues to equip today's busy parents. She specializes in helping parents create a "Character Based Internet Safety Net" in their homes to protect their children online wherever they go. She also offers Coaching and Training to families that need more support to implement their plan. Heloise also speaks and coaches parents: ...from baby basics, ...to pre-school antics, ...to study skills & education, ...to the eventful teen years. She is passionate about equipping "stressed out moms": ...with practical tools ...strategies ...and a clear understanding of God's role as Partner, Provider and Helper in the parenting process.