"Smacking, spitting, scratching, screaming… What happened to my angel?!"

For those of you coping with aggressive behaviours at home, on the playground or in daycare with your little one, you're going to want to tune in while we explore why kiddos might behave aggressively towards us, one another and even themselves.

 

WATCH three steps towards working through aggression.

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Are you tired of the…

  • Fighting

  • Pushing

  • Arguing

  • Screaming

  • Bickering

  • Scratching

  • Pulling

… if the answer is YES, then you need to read my latest behaviour e-book, Calm, Happy Families – Guiding Families from Aggression to Affection.

Whether your child is hurting others at preschool, their younger sibling at home or even yourself, you will find the support you’ve been looking for in this simple-to-read digital book.

Childhood aggression is a hot topic for families and educators today.  Seeing children get hurt can be confronting and when the perpetrator is your own beautiful angel, it can be downright devastating.

In Calm, Happy Families, we explore the dynamics of sibling relationships and how to support daily family affection while tackling playground feuds as well as toddler aggression.  This family guide is suitable for parents of children aged 2-10 years old who are coping with aggressive behaviours.

 

You will learn…

·         Why some children become aggressive.

·         Why most punishment does not work.

·         Why your children will eventually grow to love one another, according to science.

·         Why some toddlers hurt their younger siblings.

·         How to respond during an argument between your children.

·         How to respond to playground feuds.

·         How to decrease aggressive behaviours at home and at school.

·         How to respond when the toddler hurts the baby.

·         How to use discipline without disconnection.

·         How to build your child’s self-esteem.

·         How to introduce intrinsic motivation to guide behaviour.

And more!

 
 
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 What Families are Saying

 
Stephanie has an incredible ability to deliver such powerful information in a way that is simple to understand and doesn’t leave you feeling overwhelmed. She has so much insight and shares it with such a passion. Thank you Stephanie!
— Jess Kaucz
Your explanation of the background behind those puzzling toddler behaviour make so much sense and so easy to remember that it helps me to keep my calm in the challenging situations.
— Hoa Nguyen
Stephanie Wicker is amazing!!!! Her passion and knowledge radiate as she shares such valuable information on how best to help children overcome difficulties in regards to their behavior.
— Bree Hansen

About the Author

 Credit for this image: expertseries.kiindred.co

Credit for this image: expertseries.kiindred.co

Hi, I’m Stephanie!

I have been working with children and families for almost fifteen years! From early childhood educator to behaviour therapist co-supervising early intensive behaviour intervention programs for children with special needs, I have accumulated knowledge from hands on experience with countless youngsters and their parents. I wrote this simple-to-read digital book for families because the biggest challenge I hear from my families is young, aggressive behaviours.

If you are coping with toddler aggression, sibling aggression and rivalry or classroom and playground feuds at school you are going to want to get your hands on my new guide. I take the reader through real life examples and the sensible solutions that actually work. Aggression can dominate our relationship with children if we aren’t mindful. It’s my mission to advocate for youngsters struggling with regulating their big emotions by giving you a gentle, effective road-map for when the walls come closing in. You are welcome to read more about me here.

 
 
 
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Learn how to get your angel back and boost your family’s overall happiness!

Grab your copy and begin creating a calmer, happier family.

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