How to Stay Calm and Confident Even When Your Child Is Melting Down At Your Feet
For moms who can barely get through the day without breaking down in tears...
Discover how to go from exhausted and worn out to calm and confident in 7 days! If you’re struggling with your out-of-the-box child’s behaviors… remote learning… and the world being shut down… this is for you.
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Everything you learn has been proven with the most challenging out of the box kids. It works for kids from 2-17 including kids with sensory disorder, ASD, ADHD and any other alphabet soup label you can think of.
About the host
Dayna Abraham is a multiple best-selling author and founder of the popular parenting blog Lemon Lime Adventures.
She’s a National Board Certified teacher with 13 years of experience. But she had to quit her teaching job when her “out-of-the-box” son got kicked out of one school after another due to extreme meltdowns.
After years of trying to get a handle on her son’s behaviors, Dayna created a framework that helped her and her family go from constant fights and tears to having a family that enjoys being together and where things go smoothly (most of the time, anyway.)
She taught this framework to thousands of parents, teachers, and therapists who used it to get life-changing results after every other strategy and program failed.
This framework is built to help the most extreme out-of-the-box kids…
...the ones who leave bruises and bite marks on their mom’s arms day after day… start fights constantly… have epic 2-hour meltdowns out of nowhere… and other dangerous behaviors.
It works wonders for them. But it also helps kids with more common struggles, like bedtime routines, morning routines, putting away electronics, being kind to their sibling, and more.
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“4-minute meltdown instead of 30 minutes...”
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“Unique, powerful, and kind… enough to transform lives, homes, and communities”
"My kiddo...has a voice"