Create a Home Full of Love: A Guide To Take Parents From Chaos to Calm - ebook

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It’s Here- A Simple Guide For
Parents To Shift The Chaos
In Your Home To One Of Calm!
Yes, you can have a home that is full of love!

You’ve just woken up in the morning and are rushing around to not only get yourself ready for the day, but your kids too! Once your kids are finally out the door for school, you are either off to the office or begin tackling the list of things on your “to do” list. In just a few short hours, everyone is back home and the juggling act begins as there is homework, dinner, baths, extracurricular activities, etc. In the midst of all this, the kids are also not listening, there’s arguing and back talk as well as a lot of disrespectful behavior coming from all directions. By the end of the day, you’re exhausted and just fall into bed.

Does any of this sound familiar?
Do you ever wonder…
“Where did things go wrong?” or
“What can I do to fix this?”

Almost every parent I know has experienced this at some level. I know I did.

Create a Home Full of Love: A Guide To Take Parents From Chaos to Calm

There would be many days that I would just want to pull my hair out and scream- or just hide and cry. With all the responsibilities of being a mom, a wife and keeping the house in order as well as making sure everyone had what they need, I began to feel as if I were losing myself. There never seemed to be enough time for me and I even began feeling isolated and lonely.

To make matters worse, the kids were arguing, they didn’t always listen they way I wanted and would sometimes yell. Naturally, this added to the stress I was already feeling. I felt trapped and didn’t know what to do; that is, until I discovered how I could use “LOVE” to work for me. Before I knew it, I was much calmer and felt appreciated. I saw improvements in my children’s behavior as well. Needless to say, I was much happier!

You may be asking, “What’s Love got to do with it?” Well, let me tell you.

Besides food, clothing and shelter, one of our most basic needs is to feel loved. When we, as parents, feel loved, then we are in a better position to parent our children. When our children feel loved, then they are much more likely to be cooperative, respectful and generally easier to be around.

You can discover some of the ins and outs of taking care of yourself so that you feel loved as well as some new and simple ideas of how you can ensure that your children feel loved- and it’s not just saying “I love you” or spending some quality time with your child.
Let Me Introduce Myself.

My name is Robyn Ladinsky and I am a certified Law of Attraction Parent and Life Coach. I am the proud mother of two pre-teens and have worked with families in a variety of settings for over 20 years. I am passionate about working with parents to help them create the family life they desire.
Create a Home Full of Love:
A Guide to Take Parents From
Chaos to Calm

Here are the highlights of what you will learn:
Loving Yourself

The consequences of not taking care of yourself

The reasons you avoid taking care of yourself

How limiting beliefs effect your ability to take care of yourself and parent your children

Solutions on how you can take care of yourself

Loving Your Children

The definition of Love

The benefits of your child feeling loved

The definition of the different love languages

How to use the love languages

How to use love languages with discipline

This e-book contains such important messages for parents, including a great explanation of love in relationships, and of course, particularly for parents.. Robyn gives very good examples of the consequences of not taking care of our emotional, physical or spiritual needs, and sets up some great exercises to both help parents explore how they take care of themselves and how to help you to identify the love language you use with your children.

Everything we do as parents, is giving an example to our children and Robyn helps us to examine the kinds of messages or limiting beliefs we are modeling for our kids. She uses case studies to illustrate ideas, and gives a range of areas parents can focus on to take better care of ourselves and build our internal resources. I particularly like how Robyn talks of love and discipline, focusing on what does my child need, rather than how can I correct this bad behavior.

This e-book is well worth reading.

Annie Desantis

http://www.inspiredparentingtips.com

But That’s Not All! You’re Also
Going To Get These FANTASTIC Bonuses:Bonus #1

Dr. Joe Rubino’s MP3 Audio Program, 7 Steps to Soaring Self-Esteem and a complimentary membership to his Success Achiever’s Club.
Bonus #2

Terri Amos-Britt’s audio, “Releasing Anger, Frustration and Blame.”
Bonus #3

Annie Desantis’ 20 page ebook, Inspirational Parenting Tips.
Bonus #4

Robyn Ladinsky’s report, Three Keys to Encourage Positive Behavior in Your Child and a Free Consultation.

You May Be Asking Yourself,
“Sounds Good, But How Much
Is This Going To Cost?”

The value of the information included in this ebook is well over $200, but this is something that I think will be valuable for all parents and I want to make sure everyone can have access to it, so it will only cost you $17! Plus….. You Are Backed By A 60 Day,
No Questions Asked,
Money Back Guarantee.

Yes, Robyn, I Want To Have
A Home Full Of Love!

I understand that for only $17, I will get:

An ebook to help guide me to creating a home full of love

Over $250 worth of bonuses

I’m covered by a 60 Day, no questions asked, money back guarantee

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Here’s to Creating a Peaceful, Loving Home!

Robyn Ladinsky
Certified Law of Attraction Parent
and Life Coach

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