Joy & Fulfillment

... come from meeting our daily parent challenges successfully, and that feeling of success becomes available to you every day.  Seeing what drives human behavior, and that how we say and do what we say and do brings either resistance to, or openness for, new paths to strong and fulfilling  partnerships - at any age or phase of life.

But what does "successful" mean? How about that you meet and excel in your commitments to your life, work, and family goals?  And as that happens, your child learns early how s/he can contribute to everyone's well-being (as a valuable and appreciated partner)?   [Consider: Your young child truly wants you to be happy and successful. If it doesn't seem that way now, it will be obvious after completing The Curriculum.]

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Full of stories and examples, and aptly subtitled "The Art and Science of Behavior, Learning, and Partnership," this book is the basis for the seminars: putting new ideas into action and getting immediate results: freedom, intimacy, cooperation, accomplishment - between you and your child, and between you and your parenting partner(s).

"Actions  motivated by guilt or by 'shoulds' and 'shouldn'ts' are rarely fulfilling, helpful, nor fully appreciated."    -- Martin Dutcher

 

 

 What if you had more choices in how you respond to your children and partner?

What if you had more choices in how you respond to your children and partner?

What if your parenting or teaching experience shifted, and you discovered that neither you, your partner, your parents, your institution, nor your children, were to blame for guilt, struggle, or upsets?  If this intrigues you, I suggest you explore further.  And please feel free to request to meet or chat with me.  

"The world of what is and what could be is a strikingly different world than the world of what should be and what shouldn't be." 

Here are a few examples of results ...