Your Kids Need You To Figure Out
How To Reach Them Now
Are tantrums disrupting your happy home?
Tame the tirades with love, compassion, and the right tools.
Is your discipline ineffectual?
Adjust the power balance in your home, and reclaim your role as the parent.
Are all your suggestions being rejected?
No matter what they say, they need guidance from an adult perspective.
Misplaced the Instruction Manual That Came With Your Kids?
You can still improve their lives and relationships
through Parent Coaching .
But Act Now.
Every minute you wait prolongs the isolation your child feels when disconnected from you.
Otherwise, imagine your relationship will look like this time next year if things continue as they are…
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I’d love to share my experience and get you moving forward.
Meet Deborah Davis,
Coach, Educator, Award-Winning Author, Speaker
B.S, M.Ed., W.I.T.S.
Tired of worrying how your darling daughter or beloved boy, who don’t talk to you now, are going to handle the teen years?
Does the role of your responsibility in the current education process quietly freak you out?
Are you screwing up your kids’ lives?
With over three decades of experience in middle and high school education, Deborah Ann Davis has helped countless families replace the pain typical of the tween and teenage years, with fostering positive and healthy relationships, despite adolescent angst.
Founder of The Awesome Mom Tribe, and a mother herself, Deborah now applies her experience in education to Coaching Parenting Skills. Armed with a sense of humor, a B.S. in Education from University of Massachusetts, and a M.Ed. in Supervision from Emory University, she provides guidance and encouragement for moms to help them foster positive and healthy relationships within their families.
Deborah’s previous titles include How to Get Your Happy On and the Love of Fairs series.
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- Taming the Holiday Tantrum – Part 2Tantrums push our buttons, no doubt about it. However, if you reframe your perspective on what’s actually happening, you can keep your own emotions from joining the door-slamming party. Last post I responded to some questions on navigating tantrums (including…
- Taming the Holiday Tantrum – Part 1A while back I wrote an article about navigating tantrums, which generated quite a few questions. Question #1: Why would a meltdown by an 18-year-old be a tantrum? Does that mean that people of all ages can have one? Question…
- How Can I Help You?But, at that point I had 15+ years of parent-teen relationships under my belt from my career. Plus, I had discovered my superpower- helping parents bridge the growing gap with their kids.