PWPS in Digital Age 6 Week April class

Are you ready to parent without power struggles?

Join me for a six week journey into the heart of parenting where I’ll personally help you put an end to power struggles so that you can experience more joy, connection and ease as you raise your children.

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Find out how easily you can:

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  • Parent without guilt, overwhelm or exhaustion
  • Put an end to power struggles, negotiations and arguments
  • Foster genuine cooperation–without bribes, threats or punishments!
  • Deepen attachment and connection with your children–at any age!
  • Turn frustration into acceptance…instead of aggression
  • Help your children develop resilience and confidence
  • Manage digital media and screen time

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“I’ve led a community of hundreds of thousands of parents for six years, and during that time I’ve recommended only one parenting book: Parenting Without Power Struggles. Now I finally have one more to insist they read: Parenting with Presence. I trust Susan Stiffelman with my heart, my family, and my community because she understands that parenting is not just a job but a spiritual practice — a path to healing, to truth, to God. She knows that what goes on in my home every day is brutal and beautiful and hard and holy. She understands that while we are raising our children, we are still raising ourselves.”

Glennon Doyle Melton, Author of Carry On, Warrior and Founder of Momastery.com

You can parent without power struggles

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From the first week of the program, you will be learning the simple techniques and strategies I father-551921_1920
have taught thousands of parents around the world that will help you deepen connection, reduce power struggles, and enjoy your children each day.

In addition, we’ll be talking about how to effectively manage digital media with our children and teens so that they can enjoy technology without being consumed by it.

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About Susan Stiffelman

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Susan is the author of the bestselling book, Parenting Without Power Struggles: Raising Joyful, Resilient Kids While Staying Cool, Calm, and Connected, and most recently,Parenting With Presence: Practices for Raising Conscious, Confident, Caring Kids (An Eckhart Tolle Edition.)Susan-head-shot-273x300

She is also the parenting expert for the Huffington Post, writing the weekly “Parent Coach” advice column on every aspect of raising children.

Working with parents and children has been Susan’s passion and joy for over forty years, first as a credentialed teacher and later as an educational therapist and Marriage and Family Therapist.

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“[Susan] shows parents how they can transform parenting into a spiritual practice.”

Eckhart Tolle, Author of The Power of Now and A New Earth

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Here is What You Get:

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  • Personal coaching: I’ll be working with you personally to help you use what you’re learning in real life situations with your kids
  • Questions and answers: Each week, I’ll take time to answer whatever questions have come up as you begin using the strategies you’re learning
  • Community – A community of like minded parents that you can reach out to for support, share your successes and laugh together as well as you grow throughout the program.

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Special bonuses!

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Those who register for the course will receive immediate access to two outstanding interviews from Susan Stiffelman’s Parenting in the Digital Age series. Psychologists Elisha and Stefanie Goldstein share insights about living mindfully with technology–and with three little boys underfoot! Simon Sinek, whose TED talk has had 25 million views, offers brilliant insights on digital use in kids and teens.

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Ever wonder why you yell at your kids, or say things you promised (in your saner moments) you never would? Susan brings a unique expertise to her work which helps parents address the root elements that cause them to lose their cool, even after setting the best of intentions. This special recording will help you begin to break with old and ineffective parenting patterns so you can get the very most out of this course.

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More details:

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This 6-week program is computer based, which will allow you to tune in from the comfort of you home (or even smart phone!)

Sessions will be held once a week beginning Thursday, April 14th at 12:00 noon, PST If you aren’t able to attend live, you will be invited to submit questions for Susan to address during the session. Replays will be made available soon after each session.

Sessions will run approximately 75 minutes. Susan will teach for the initial segment, then turn the session over to parents wanting personal coaching or the chance to ask a question about a real-life parenting situation.

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“With her mix of practical tools and personal stories, Susan Stiffelman shows how to create close, loving family relationships and captures just how transformational and fulfilling parenthood can be.”

Arianna Huffington, Author of Thrive and Editor-in-Chief of The Huffington Post

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What are the dates of the course?

Thursdays–April 14, 21, 28, May 5, 12, 19   12:00 noon, Pacific Standard Time

NOTE: Susan has added a 7th class to be held on a weekend or morning time for those unable to make noon sessions. Time and day to be announced.

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Q. I have Susan’s book. How will this course be different?

Many parents have found that while they resonate with the ideas in my books, reading alone is not enough to help them apply new approaches to dealing with challenging parenting moments when the going gets rough. They may find that although they know it would be good to come alongside rather than AT their child, or to help their child feel sad when they’re frustrated, it is not so easy to apply in the heat of the moment. This course will allow parents to really work with the strategies I teach so that they become more natural and intuitive. This is especially valuable for parents who might initially feel awkward as they try on an approach that is different from how they themselves were parented.

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Q. If my kids are older, is it too late for me to change how I parent?

Absolutely not! The truth is, my relationship with my son–in his twenties–continues to get better as I keep growing and learning. It is never, ever too late to clean up problematic relationships with our kids, or restore deep attachment when a child or teen who has pulled away. I have even taught these ideas to parents in their seventies and eighties who have healed relationship with their adult children!

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Q. Is this course useful for parents of toddlers?

Many parents of toddlers have found my work to be enormously helpful, both because they develop skills that help them avoid power struggles as their kids grow, and because this work helps reduce a parent’s tendencies to get overwhelmed and lose their cool when they hit bumps in the parenting road.

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Q. Is this course useful for parents of teens?

This course is very useful for parents of teens. As your kids grow up, they have a developmental imperative to pull away and exercise more of their will. While this is ultimately healthy and necessary, it can fuel epic power struggles if parents come AT their kids, rather than alongside them. It is also essential that attachment still be the foundation from which we raise our older kids. Parents of teens have found the ideas in this course can make life much less stressful and more enjoyable.

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Q. I’m not free at that time slot. Should I still sign up?

We have found that there simply is no ideal time to offer a parenting course. Parents are always busy! But you will always have the replays, the Facebook group where you can stay in touch during the week and post a question for Susan to address, and the two extra morning sessions. Many parents are never able to attend live and still report tremendous value from taking part in Susan’s programs. [/text_block][/op_liveeditor_element]

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Susan would like to share a 30 minute audio called Handling Homework Drama with everyone who registers for the 6-week course. In this audio, you’ll hear her talk about procrastination, bad attitudes, meltdowns, teacher-child relationships, learning issues, organization challenges, fostering accountability, and more.

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Just $347 for this comprehensive, hands-on class!

Or two payments of $179

Click Here to Register!

Peace of Mind Guarantee

If you don’t love the program, please let us know within 14 days and we will gladly refund your money.

An enormous THANK YOU to Susan Stiffelman, for her beautiful work and so generously sharing it in such an effective manner. Soon after taking the course, my daughter had a “freak out.”My husband said “go ahead parent without power struggles”, and with Susan’s tools in mind I was able to connect with my daughter and turn it around quickly. Amazing!

Tany, Stouffville, ON

I would feel such rage inside of my body when my boys wouldn’t listen and once I stopped taking their behavior so personally and realizing that my reacting instead of responding only fueled the fire, that feeling of rage left me and I am truly now able to be more “captain” and less “victim”. By taking Susan’s class I’ve learned so many new ways to parent that are incredibly loving and supportive of my child. She is an excellent instructor with amazing knowledge and skills!

Debbie Parry

With every single session, I just wanted to reach out and give Susan a big, huge hug! The immediate “Aha’s” I experienced kept flowing. One of the biggest things that really resonated with me is the power of connecting with my children instead of automatically reacting out of frustration. What a difference that makes! …Her tools really work and I feel like I have a much stronger parenting foundation to work from. I highly recommend any and all parents to take Susan’s course!”

Kelly, Orange County, CA

An amazing course not to be missed by anyone wishing to learn the skills necessary to be in conscious relationship with oneself as well as with the children whose lives we wish to more fully appreciate and empower.

Karima, Mercer Island, WA

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