Talking To Toddlers $50 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway

Have you ever wanted an expert to give you toddler parenting tips and tell you the best way to deal with the “terrible twos”?  Well, Talking to Toddlers website is full of information on the best ways to handle toddlers and children with behavior problems.  As a mother of two that has made it through the toddler years, I think I am an old pro but I when I was looking over the info on the Talking to Toddlers site, I saw a lot of good insights into toddler psychology and a lot of valid points about changing behaviors and avoiding tantrums.

Chris Thompson, Author, Parenting Expert and Certified NLP Practitioner, created an audio course with an accompanying Talking to Toddlers Complete Guide in PDF format, to help parents talk to toddlers effectively.  His course allows you to:

  • Learn a simple way to improve your success rate at getting your kids to listen and do as you ask.
  • Discover the biggest common language mistake parents make. This mistake is actually causing your kids to do the opposite of what you want.
  • Find out what technique most parents use far too often, making it almost completely useless. When you fix this mistake you’re going to get much better results!
  • Learn to avoid tantrums and reduce your parenting stress.

TalkingToToddlers.com has customers in over 60 countries, so this is something that REALLY helps a lot of families.   If you are interested in Talking to Toddlers awesome language tools, you can order the audio course on at talkingtotoddlers.com  You can also sign up for the FREE Parenting Tips Newsletter.

Talking To Toddlers $50 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway:

50 Amazon gift card giveawayTalking to Toddlers will provide one lucky reader with one $50 Amazon Gift Card.

Amazon Gift Card Giveaway Dates:

September 17, 2012- October 1, 2012 Midnight CST

How to Enter:
Do any one or more of the following and post a comment below about each action you took. Each comment will count as a separate entry so your chances of winning increase- limit of 5 entries per person since there are only 5 actions.

1.  Visit Talking to Toddlers and leave a comment here with something interesting you saw or learned
2.  Subscribe to Family Focus Blog RSS feed or email in top right hand margin
3.  Like Family Focus Blog Facebook page
4.  Like Talking to Toddlers Facebook Page
5.  Tweet about this giveaway and leave the URL to your tweet in a comment:
Enter to win Talking to Toddlers #Parenting Tips $50 Amazon Gift Card #Giveaway http://familyfocusblog.com @familyfocusblog @ParentingChris

Giveaway Rules:
Open to USA and Canada,  age 18+ to enter. Winner announced right here on October 2, 2012. Thanks for entering and good luck! I will select the winner through random.org and notify by email. Winner must respond within 5 days or the prize will be forfeited.  Your email will not be shown and will be kept private.  NO PURCHASE NECESSARY AND VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW.

By entering the giveaway, you release Family Focus Blog from any liability whatsoever, and waive any and all causes of action, related to any claims, costs, injuries, losses or damages of any kind arising out of or in connection with the giveaway or delivery, mis-delivery or acceptance of any prize.    I received no monetary compensation and the opinions expressed are my own.

THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED– THE WINNER IS #203, colleen boudreau.

Comments

  1. Lisa G says

    I visited the Talking to Toddlers and learned that people act from their emotions, and they later justify their actions with logic!

  2. Adrienne gordon says

    I learned if you want to have any chance at all of influencing your toddler’s behavior, you MUST have rapport first.

  3. says

    5. Behavior is driven by Emotion, NOT Logic. This is fundamental to everything, including understanding toddler behavior. Behavior, for any person of any age, is determined by their emotional state. People ACT from their emotions, and they later JUSTIFY their actions with logic. But small kids don’t have the ability to use logic, so they act purely from emotion. Keep this in mind when dealing with behavior in toddlers.

    Terri P
    pr4gatheringroses AT gmail DOT com

  4. Margaret Smith says

    I read that we tend to overuse the word no when we talk to our kids and they give ways to not use the word no as often and still get your kids to do as you would want.
    Thanks so much.

  5. Shannon says

    Read through some of the info at talking to toddlers, and I love the line “People ACT from their emotions, and they later JUSTIFY their actions with logic.” I think all adults need to remember that when dealing with children of any age!

  6. Maria Malaveci says

    I learned that we tend to overuse the word “no” when talking to our kids. There were many insightful facts that I found very interesting.

    mmalavec(at)med(dot)umich(dot)edu

  7. Jan Messali says

    On Talking to Toddlers I learned that the program teaches you lots of ways to create rapport with your children. You have to have rapport before you’re able to deal with children’s behavior problems.

  8. Janet W. says

    I learned that most parents overuse the word No. When you do that, it makes the child stop listening and the parent’s cries fade into the background.

  9. sheila musselman askins says

    interesting information on Talking to Toddlers one thing I learned and totally agree with is We tend to overuse the word “No” when we talk to our kids. It seems I am always saying NO No NO lol

  10. Michelle W. says

    I learned about the free audio lesson and that I am signing up for it tonight. It is much needed!
    Thanks,
    Michelle W.

  11. Debbie Jackson says

    I learned you must begin establishing rapport early to influence your toddler debbie jackson
    djackson1958 at hotmail dot com

  12. Peter says

    I learned that if you want to have any chance at all of influencing your toddler’s behavior, you MUST have rapport first.

  13. Erika says

    I enjoyed reading the 4 Facts You MUST Understand if you are Ever Going to Effectively Deal with the Terrible Twos or Children Behavior Problems.

  14. Carla Bonesteel says

    If for any reason you are not happy with the course then all you have to do is email me to ask for a refund…that’s a great deal!!

  15. D Schmidt says

    Visited the site and learned : Behavior is driven by Emotion, NOT Logic. This is fundamental to everything, including understanding toddler behavior. Behavior, for any person of any age, is determined by their emotional state. People ACT from their emotions, and they later JUSTIFY their actions with logic. But small kids don’t have the ability to use logic, so they act purely from emotion. Keep this in mind when dealing with behavior in toddlers.

  16. colleen boudreau says

    I learned that you need to establish a crucial emotional bridge to talk to your toddler.
    holliister at gmail dot com

  17. george ashmore says

    I am interested in learning more about the emotional bridge you must make with a poohzer–I thought love was enough.

  18. Amber says

    Wow, I saw that the author, Chris Thompson is a Platinum Expert Author at ezinearticles.com where he writes about paretning!

  19. Shannon says

    I like that the 1st fact is “Behavior is driven by Emotion, NOT Logic.” A thorough explanation how much the (insert item) costs or how important it is will not keep a toddler from damaging it. LOL!

  20. Jessica says

    I learned that we must use positive language instead of negative language…which I try to do but it doesn’t always happen.

  21. paige chandler says

    I learned If you want to have any chance at all of influencing your toddler’s behavior, you MUST have rapport first

  22. Jeannette Laframboise says

    I learned that they offer a 60-day money back guarantee for their course if you are not satisfied for any reason.

  23. Lisa R says

    Learned…

    Behavior is driven by Emotion, NOT Logic. This is fundamental to everything, including understanding toddler behavior. Behavior, for any person of any age, is determined by their emotional state.

    sibabe64 at ptd dot net

  24. Esther says

    I liked the two FB pages, tweeted, and I learned from the webpage that complimenting your child helps with their self-confidence.

  25. Vickie Couturier says

    Visited Talking to Toddlers: I found interesting; Behavior is driven by Emotion, NOT Logic. This is fundamental to everything, including understanding toddler behavior. Behavior, for any person of any age, is determined by their emotional state. People ACT from their emotions, and they later JUSTIFY their actions with logic. But small kids don’t have the ability to use logic, so they act purely from emotion. Keep this in mind when dealing with behavior in toddlers.

  26. Tami Vollenweider says

    I learned that as a parent we tend to over use the word “No” and their is a better way to connect with your child!

  27. Karla Sceviour says

    I found this interesting:
    ..Discover the one word that causes tantrums
    ..Learn how you’re making your child do the opposite of what you ask
    ..Understand this crucial step to getting your child to behave

  28. Brittany C says

    I liked their tip: Use positive language instead of negative language, I find this very important! Thanks for the giveaway!

  29. Katie Rose says

    Hello Family Focus Blog! I liked your page on facebook and also liked the Talking to Toddlers facebook page. Thank you for hosting this giveaway!

  30. Barbara M says

    Something I learned –
    We tend to overuse the word “No” when we talk to our kids. This causes problems with toddler behavior.
    Thank you.

  31. Susan Wood says

    1) I learned that there are several articles on the site that can be helpful to parents w/out or before they buy the program; also 1 free lesson available.

  32. Wayne Lecoy says

    Please Enter Me In Your Talking To Toddlers
    $50 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway.
    This Would Be Great To Win.
    As For Your Requirement To Enter
    I Have Liked Moms Wear Your Tees Blog
    And Talking to Toddlers Facebook Pages.
    Thank You For Having This Giveaway!!!!!!!

  33. Hesper Fry says

    I learned that if you want to have any chance at all of influencing your toddler’s behavior, you MUST have rapport first.

  34. Dakota says

    I’ve liked Family Focus Blog on Facebook. Thanks fo roffering the giveaway! $50 from Amazon would certainly come in handy.

  35. Susan Smith says

    I learned if you want to have any chance at all of influencing your toddler’s behavior, you must have rapport first.

  36. Jennifer Peaslee says

    I learned that they offer a free lesson. I like that, because it’s always nice to be able to try before you buy. jenniferpeaslee at gmail dot com

  37. Richard Hicks says

    learned that parents need to learn to communicate with their child from their perspective

    ardy22 at earthlink dot net

  38. kathy pease says

    Learning new skills involves more than just reading or listening. You must participate in the “doing”. The homework is easy and fun, and the results will thrill you.

  39. Geoff K says

    One interesting thing I learned from the video “Unusual Tips on Parent & Child Communication” was the specific language patterns suggested to deal with the emotional basis of children’s behavioral problems, which are not based on logic and tend to overuse the word “no,” which backfires more often than not because kids stop listening.

  40. Penny B W says

    I learned that we, as parents, say “No” too much and that kids eventually stop listening.

    pennykathleen28(at)gmail(dot)com

  41. Sarah L says

    I’ll teach you multiple ways to get what you want without screaming “NO” at your child – and it simply works better!
    Thanks for the contest.

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