...the Better Behavior Wheel program has been used...in classrooms, in child day care centers, by psychologists, in parenting classes, by parents with ADHD children, and by more than 50,000 parents with behavior challenged kids.
(PRWEB) October 13, 2012
Parenting just got easier. ADHD kid? No sweat. It's time to end the shouting and yelling (and the contemptuous interruptions and snickering, if that also happens to be an issue). Julie Butler's Better Behavior Wheel takes the harsh edge off of parenting a child's misbehavior, by acting as a "neutral" arbiter.
Three things in life are certain - death, taxes, and misbehaved children. Certain ages are certainly worse than others, but every age offers some degree of resistance - boys and girls alike. Universal to parenting are the times when no single approach seems to allay conflict or properly work to consistently resolve issues and restore peace.
Julie makes a serious promise when presenting her Better Behavior Wheel, "Here's an upbeat, fun, and totally effective parenting tool that will give you well behaved kids in less than a week or your money back!", stating further, "50,000 parents can't be wrong."
Since its debut a few years ago the Better Behavior Wheel program has been used all over the English speaking world -- in classrooms, in child day care centers, by psychologists, in parenting classes, by parents with ADHD children and by more than 50,000 parents with behavior challenged kids. It has been tested and proven to work.
Click Here for the official website to learn more about the product and how it works.
RealParenting.org is a blog oriented toward positive, enriching, and redemptive actions between parents and children. The site seeks to explore and profile available products, programs and systems which are proven to help parents interact more productively with their children, misbehaved or otherwise. In other words, we strive to underline not only the most effective means of handling the unruly child, but also the enriching and constructive programs and activities available regardless of behavior.