Step 1: Understand the Behavior
Behavior is communication. You are NOT a failure, and your child can grow up to be functioning member of society.
Step 2: Make an Adjustment

Tweak how you and your child are communicating so you both feel heard and connected.

Step 3: Do Something Fun

Now that the frustration and nagging is behind you, go do something that reminds you how much fun it is to be a mom!

Moms parenting children with challenging behaviors often feel isolated and unsure of what to do next. Sometimes moms are simply tired of nagging and want more cooperation from their kids. I help you understand what is going on behind the behaviors and provide practical solutions so you can parent your child with calm and confidence and fall in love with being a mom again. No judgment here!

Before I talked with Melissa, I felt alone. She is an awesome resource and really understands the day to day struggles of parenting!
Kristin
Before finding connected parenting I found myself spiraling down to where I felt like I was drowning. Now I have hope and joy again, and my self confidence has returned. I am able to be the mom I want to be.
Melanie
I felt encouraged to know I had someone to talk to who understands what my family and I were going through. It was so helpful to feel heard!
Leslie