ParentMagic Releases Monthly Article May 2013 “Avoid the Talk-Persuade- Argue-Yell-Hit Syndrome”

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ParentMagic releases article to complement the 1-2-3 Magic Parenting approach titled “Avoid the Talk-Persuade- Argue-Yell-Hit Syndrome.” The article can by found by visiting

ParentMagic's 1-2-3 Magic May Article

May Article

We want to remind parents that they are training their children more than they are teaching ‘little adults’.

ParentMagic releases May parenting article titled “Avoid the Talk-Persuade- Argue-Yell-Hit Syndrome.” The monthly newsletter publication is an excellent resource for parents learning consistency in their parenting approach.

The May article focuses on helping parents change their expectations when interacting with their children. “One of the biggest issues we come across is what I like to call little adult syndrome,” says Dr. Thomas Phelan, 1-2-3 Magic author. “We want to remind parents that they are training their children more than they are teaching ‘little adults’.” Excessive talking and reasoning are not effective tools for a long term discipline approach.

The monthly articles support the foundations and ideas found in ParentMagic’s best selling 1-2-3 Magic. The articles are received by all ParentMagic email subscribers, along with alerts to the frequent giveaways and promotions run by ParentMagic Inc. The articles can also be accessed on the ParentMagic website via archives at

1-2-3 Magic is available from the ParentMagic website or at booksellers nationwide. Through the end of May 2013 ParentMagic Inc is offering 20% off the entire online catalog.

For more and information and to sign up for the monthly emails visit

About ParentMagic Inc. and Dr. Thomas Phelan

1-2-3 Magic is America's #1 child discipline program. Now in its 4th edition, 1-2-3 Magic has helped millions of families stop unwanted behaviors and create competent, healthy children. Dr. Thomas Phelan is a registered clinical psychologist in the Chicago suburbs. He has also served on the board of directors for both ADDA and CHADD, two national organizations for the parents of children with ADD. Dr. Phelan was inducted into the CHADD Hall of Fame in 1997.

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