New book contains advice on eliminating temper tantrums, refusals, and misbehavior from the home, from debut author Karen Phillip

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Family counselor and mother of six shares her expertise on parenting.

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Taking back control of your house can be easy - all it requires is a solid plan, a steady hand, and a comprehensive vision.

Author Karen Phillip believes that parents are losing control of their children. Children are not listening, are not following directions and are not accepting limitations. They believe they run the house.

Who Runs Your House – The Kids or You? by Karen Phillip was written to help parents set the correct boundaries and rules for their children from an early age. The book educates parents as to what boundaries are acceptable, how to speak to children without conflict and how to have children follow directions using a choice that is theirs.

As a mom of six children and a family counselor for over two decades, Phillip has an abundance of experience and expertise on parenting. In Who Runs Your House – The Kids or You?, Phillip presents many tips in redirecting a child’s behavior using simple yet effective techniques that minimize the conflicts parents experience with their child. By learning easy to use language and directions, parents can learn to redirect a child’s behavior quickly and with minimal effort.

Phillip’s helpful and necessary tips allow parents to enjoy their children everyday by reducing conflict and anger. Through speaking about how to be a good role model in their children’s lives, Phillip assists parents in getting their enjoyable, calm life back with their happy children.

Who Runs Your House – The Kids or You? gives power back to the parent and permission for parents to be supportive in a loving manner.

Who Runs Your House – The Kids or You?
By: Karen Phillip
ISBN: 978-1-4771-4075-8
Hardcover: $53.49
Softcover: $32.09
E-book: $10.69

About the Author

Karen Phillip has Master Qualifications as a Counselor with a major in Family Therapy. She has been a family counselor for almost two decades and is the mother of three children and three stepchildren. Karen is an expert in the field of parenting and family counseling.


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