How To Re-Program Negative Self-Talk

I hope you’re enjoying 
How To Keep Your Daughter From Slamming the Door. 

Below is a downloadable How To Re-Program Negative Self-Talk, one of the documents that accompany the book. 
Print it out for you and your daughter, and follow the directions.

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Unless you have consciously worked hard to eradicate it, we all do self-bashing at one time or another… and we should not – ever. If you want to stop the negative self-talk in your head, download this gem from Kathy Orford. Pick a method that works for you. Then download a Progress Tracker to keep track of (you guessed it!) your progress.

If you’d like to address Negative Self-Talk with your daughter, but you have a contentious relationship, try this:

  1. Inform your daughter that you are attempting to improve the relationship between you, and as part of that process, when she has time, you’d to share an idea with her.
  2. Tell her you just read this cool article, and you wanted to know if she thought her friends did self-bashing. And, if so, how much.
  3. Tell her which method you’re going to try on yourself.
  4. Leave this article with her, and ask her to let you know which method resonates with her.

Have questions? Contact Deborah today.

About the Author

Deborah Ann Davis (B.S. in Science Education, M.Ed. in Supervision, and W.I.T.S Personal Trainer Certified) is a parenting coach and strategist.

Whether you’re looking to bring more positivity into your life, or you’re ready to seek the advice of a Parenting Coach, she’s eager to help you put happiness back into parenting.

Deborah has helped hundreds of families over the years, using her experience as an educator and a mother. She has decades of experience dealing with teenagers – as a mother and an educator.

Learn how to improve your mother-daughter relationship today. Every minute you delay prolongs the isolation your child feels while disconnected from you. She’s waiting for you to figure it out, so why not skip the “trial and error” parenting route? 

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