How are you doing?
I wanted to ask how you are doing because I am curious if you’re truly, deeply, joyously satisfied with your relationship with your child.
If you are feeling like you worry too much and have too little connection, I encourage you to keep reading!
I’m guessing you receive all kinds of emails and invites with well-meaning, sometimes mixed messages about how to raise your kid.
I’ll level with you – I’m here to help you wade through the B.S. so you can get what you really need to strengthen your relationship with your kid! And I’ve got something awesome to share with you that is definitely worth your time.
I’ve put together a unique opportunity to help you have a juicy, close, connected relationship with your child, where you’re able to talk about the hardest topic of all – SEX!
This is not your average interview series. This is a course in how to connect with your child, a course in how to prevent sexual abuse, a course in how to talk about the uncomfortable topics like sexting, porn, and pleasure.
Parenting shouldn’t be a struggle and it doesn’t have to be.
It saddens me to see parents too afraid or anxious to have these conversations and end up regretting that they didn’t have the tools or the courage to talk to their kids before their child became a victim of sexual abuse or assault or became addicted to porn or were humiliated when a private photo was shared with the world.
There are proven strategies out there that WORK. And we are committed to sharing those with you so you can stop putting your effort in the wrong places.
You should be able to:
- Trust your child more and worry less
- Talk to your child about anything
- Have an open honest relationship in which your child can ask you questions about sex and relationships
- Know exactly what to do to PROTECT your child from sexual abuse
- Set boundaries and provide information to PORN-PROOF your child
- Move past your own discomfort so that you can be there for your child in ways your parents weren’t there to guide you
- Guide your child to make safe healthy choices as they grow into their sexuality
Because that’s what it’s all about. Being able to talk about anything. Trust. Freedom from worry. Protecting and guiding them.
This is one you don’t want to miss.
Each of the experts on this training series are donating their time to share with you how we can do better for our kids. That’s a huge value. No fluff, just eye-opening information, simple strategies, and mind set shifts to tell you exactly what it takes to ensure our kids have safe and healthy sexual relationships from the start. Make time for it!
I try to only share with you things that I know can help you achieve your goals. I encourage you to check out the series to get the support and relationships you want. There is no reason to delay your family’s growth. This is the time to start doing it better by learning from the best!
Click here to learn more! With this lineup of mentors, this training is poised to be one of the best of the year!
To your family’s great success,
I found your interview series via Scott Noelle I believe. I am so grateful that I did. I feel that by listening to the speakers that I have been able to catch … I am really gaining the “courage to be uncomfortable” and really go beyond the anatomy and mechanics of sex. This series has really opened my eyes to how much of a disservice I have been doing my child by not incorporating this language from the start. Amy Lang really clicked with me. I can not thank you enough for providing this. I am looking at getting some books from the different speakers. I have missed some of the speakers. Would you provide the interviews for topics we missed if requested? Could you put up a list of the different speakers, and topics for the 30 days so I could reference them when needed. That would be really helpful. Thank you.
I’m so glad you’re finding the time to watch the interviews and getting so much out of them! That’s wonderful!
There will be an Encore the first week in July, so you can access all the interviews then and see any that you missed. Until then, one a day is probably plenty to keep up with!
Thank you for the work you’re doing for your family!