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Many of the parents that I speak with often feel guilty when faced with a child with behavioural issues and they yell at their kids. At times, being patient and not losing it is easier said than done and we’ve all been there.
Of course it leaves you with feelings of guilt and regret when you see the effect that it has on your little one and you’re often left thinking, there’s got to be a better way for me to handle this next time! Unfortunately with the stresses of modern life and with next time often occurring too soon, you do exactly the same thing and so it continues…
Meanwhile your little one is learning new ways in life to get you flustered and annoyed and on and on it goes.
In this episode I am talking with Debbie Godfrey who knows her stuff when it comes to parenting education. She’s been doing it for over 30 years and through her business, Positive Parenting, she’s served schools, community centers and organisations throughout the world.
You’ll hear Debbie and I talk all about positive parenting solutions and how you can implement them and you’ll hear some great examples of how to discipline your children in a positive way that doesn’t damage their self-esteem.
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About Debbie Godfrey
Debbie Godfrey, certified Parent Educator, brings over 30 years of expertise in the parenting education field.
Through her business, POSITIVE PARENTING in schools and community centers around the world.
She has served many organizations including C.A.A.N (Child Abuse and Neglect), Casa Pacifica, Conejo Valley Substance Abuse Prevention Authority and Child Development Resources of Ventura County, The California State Foster Parent Association, Southern California Mothers of Twins, the Ventura County Wellness Program and the Oxnard and Ventura School Districts.
In April, 2007, Debbie conducted teacher trainings for 8 schools during a 30-day period in 5 states across India. Deborah conducted 8 parent education workshops in Beijing, China during a 2-week period in February 2008.
She is the past director of Foster & Kinship Care Education at Ventura College.
Debbie has sat on the board of the Ventura County Partnership for Safe Families.
Debbie is recognized for her humor and compassion while teaching behavior and discipline tools that work at home and in the classroom.