This mini course teaches you how to minimise the yelling episodes by giving you strategies you can implement immediately, so that you can transform your relationship with your child from conflict, coercion and chaos to connection, cooperation and collaboration.

 

  • Are you a mother who is tired of constantly yelling at your child, going to bed at night feeling guilty, vowing to yourself to do better tomorrow and then waking up to do it all over again?

  • Are you beginning to feel the strain in your relationship with your child due to your yelling?

  • Is your child beginning to 'fight back', shut down or withdraw when you yell?

  • Are you using yelling as a form of discipline, but deep down inside you know it's not working?

It doesn't have to be this way! I was was once that mum too, so I get it.

 

When I discovered that my default response to yell at my son had nothing to do with him or his behaviour, but everything to do with me and my internal struggles, everything changed. This mini course has been designed to help you transform your default response also.

In this mini course, you get:

 4 modules and 4 workbooks
 

designed to help you yell less and stress less by.......

 

  • Shining the light on what triggers you and why, so that you can understand why you feel like your buttons are constantly being pushed.

  • Equipping you with a toolbox of strategies you can implement immediately, so that yelling no longer becomes your default response.

  • Strengthening the connection and relationship between you and your child because life is short; and also because children respond better when you connect with them than when you coerce them.

  • Setting you on the path to reparenting yourself, so you that you can treat yourself with unconditional love and compassion and meet some of your own unmet needs from childhood – because you are totally worth it.

 

You also get these 2 additional amazing free bonuses:
 

  1.  My 'Simple Guide to Speaking Your Child's Love Language', to enable you discover your child's love language so that you can love and connect with them in ways that are meaningful to them.
     

  2. My highly acclaimed eBook (Raising Young Entrepreneurs) which sells for £9.99, so that you can see what is possible for your child too, as you nurture their unique gifts and help them to develop their creativity.  

Better days are coming!!!

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Britta Ofori-Kuragu is a Purposeful Parenting Practitioner, mother of two young children, an author of the eBook 'Raising Young Entrepreneurs', as well as a co-author (alongside 100 + Black Women) of the ground-breaking book ‘Love Letters to My Girls’.

 

Britta is an avid advocate for raising children gently, intentionally and purposefully and she loves supporting mothers on their journey to creating a peaceful home for their children to thrive. She also has a keen interest in empowering mothers to support their children to share their creativity, unique gifts and interests with the world and build an enterprise around those interests.

 

Britta’s children who are 7 and 4 years old, each have an enterprise centred around their unique interests. They are already making a huge impact with their ventures, have served customers around the world and been featured in the newspaper. She believes this only became a possibility after she became conscious and intentional about raising her children in a way that gently nurtures and honours their authenticity and true essence. 

 

She has a firm belief that there is no such thing as a perfect parent; however, every mother has been presented with an opportunity to learn and grow alongside their children and nurture them in a way that develops their inner compass, self-esteem and creativity. Due to her own adverse childhood circumstances, she also believes that this approach to parenting strengthens the parent-child relationship based on a deep sense of connection, communication, collaboration and mutual respect.

 

Britta is from Ghana  - West Africa, but has lived in Denmark and Australia and now resides in the UK. She is on a mission to help mothers worldwide to turn their wounds into wisdom, yell less, laugh more, connect deeply with their children so that they can become adults who do not need to recover from their childhoods. 

Britta has a Bachelors Degree in Psychology and an MSc in Public Health and she is always keen to learn, grow and evolve.

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