With this blueprint, family life can be better for everyone.
When we think about parenting, science isn’t often something that comes to mind. Parenting is usually a skill we build by riding the highs and lows and doing our best to make sure our children grow up as healthy and happy as they can. But that’s not the whole story. Decades ago, behavioural researchers identified several parenting styles, each with pros and cons… and each ultimately a less effective way of raising kids.
Despite the conversation, debate, and opinions thrown around, this “gold standard” has stood the test of time and science to stand out as the ideal style to raise children. Children who have parents using the style become more resilient, sociable, and caring people. Parents grow as much as their children. Family life becomes better for everyone.
Join me as I dissect different parenting styles, go through my blueprint for better parenting, including the science behind it, and more importantly, how to use it in your family.
Together we'll cover:
- Each style under the microscope, and how to identify which is currently yours
- A closer look at the blueprint and why it works so well
- Behaviour “gaps” that when filled, lift your parenting to a new level
- 3 things the best parents all do to raise resilient, confident, and caring kids
- How to use this parenting style for yourself, starting right now!
A scientifically-backed blueprint (without the mumbo-jumbo)
If you’re reading this, then you probably have a fair idea of what I’m about: clinically-proven strategies and principles that help parents raise their kids.
And science has a lot to say when it comes to parenting behaviours. The trouble is you have to dive into models and theories to find the good stuff. Most parents just want to know how they can raise their kids in a better way!
Maybe that’s one reason this approach doesn’t always get the attention it deserves. But I hope to change that with this webinar. So while you will get a scientifically-backed blueprint (without the mumbo-jumbo) that’s been shown to develop children who…
- build solid social connections
- have greater self-control and self-esteem
- make generally safer and healthy decisions
...you’ll also be able to start using the blueprint the moment the webinar finishes!