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Friday, December 31, 2010

My New Gig! Living My MoMent!

Hey Everyone!

Well, I want to tell you all about my new gig with Living My MoMent.  Unfortunately, I don't have much to tell as I haven't figured it all out yet.  LOL  But it's a new review program I'm checking out for 2011.  I'll be telling you more as I go along. 

My first assignment is to tell you about a new book called Stop Reacting and Start Responding by Sharon Silver.  I have received a download of the book and am exactly halfway through it.  It contains a lot of good tips on ways to deal with your child(ren) in a way that will keep you from reacting in the heat of the moment and will build better relationships with your kid(s). 

I can't say I am in 100% agreement with every last word in the book, but so far I have found a lot of great ideas.  The book is an easy read and all the tips are broken down into easily digestable parts, each focusing on a different tip.  One of my fave tips is one about teaching kids to react to an alarm clock.  Here's where I have failed.  Epic failure here folks!!!  My 19 yo will sleep through an alarm clock for an hour and has more times that he or I would like to admit.  I am going to try to train my four youngest using the simple tip from the book.  I'll share more about the book in my next post.

Want to learn more about Sharon Silver (Oprah has!) then check out the Live show( with Sharon Silver (Proactive Parenting™ ) and Abbey Fatica (Living My MoMent) on January 5th, 2011 at 9pm EST to get answers to your pressing parenting issues.

Buy the book here or here.

Check out Sharon Silver's Facebook page here.

Check out Sharon Silver's Twitter page here.

More coming soon!!! 

~Crazy Mom
DISCLOSURE:  “I am a participant in a Living My MoMent campaign for Proactive Parenting™ and have received the e-book Stop Reacting and Start Responding™ by Sharon Silver as part of my participation.”

1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much for reviewing my book! I totally agree with the alarm clock tip. There's a reason I included that tip. Tall, my oldest, can sleep through ANYTHING. He won't get up until he's good and ready, much to my chagrin! LOL


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