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What are your Wow Parenting Communication Styles With Your Kids and Teens?

Posted on 20. Jun, 2013 by .

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Hi Parents, Grandparents and Tutors, Having relationships with people means communicating with them! It’s that simple. Children are people too, and this means that you must know how to communicate with them just as much as you need to know how to communicate with another adult. Good communication has two functions in this situation. First, [...]

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Helping Your Teen To Succeed in School

Posted on 10. May, 2012 by .

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Every time your teen is confronted with a test, he cracks under the pressure. You know that your child is capable of so much more but you feel powerless to help. It can be the most discouraging thing for a parent. What if you could learn a simple alternative approach that would free your child [...]

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Asperger’s Autistic Kids

Posted on 30. Aug, 2011 by .

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For a limited time only, from Mar 1, 2012, get your instant digital download of Rachael’s exclusive “Secrets of Parenting Asperger’s Autistic Kids”. Available for only $37, instead of the regularly priced $77.95 – save $40.95!

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How To Coach Your Aspergers Autistic Child To Positive Behaviour

Posted on 29. Aug, 2011 by .

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Let’s face it, whether we like it or not, autistic children commonly have outbursts of violent behavior or other undesirable behavior that we want to diminish or eradicate.  The question is how do we do this in a constructive way?  With an autistic child this is likely a greater challenge than it would be with [...]

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How to Coach Your Kids and Teens to Succeed- Chinese

Posted on 08. Aug, 2011 by .

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Dear friends, For those of you who liked my posts and would love to read my MotivateSchoolKids.com parenting life skills tool box in Chinese version, please visit http://www.MotivateSchoolKids.com/products. PS: If you want to use any of my article posts, you can provided that you add my BIO below: Rachael Mah is a specialist Coach  in [...]

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How to Help Your Teen To Achieve Positive Behavior

Posted on 23. Jul, 2011 by .

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I am going to teach you a new method that you can use with your child called transderivational searching, which will help you to really get to the root of the negative behavior.  By now your child should feel a level of trust with you, and you should have the lines of positive communication open.  [...]

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Help Your Aspergers Autistic Child To Change to Positive Behavior

Posted on 19. Jul, 2011 by .

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Children build strategies just as adults do, and the important thing to remember is that behavior is directly linked to the strategy a child uses. This includes autistic children, and it means that if you change the strategy, then the behavior will change too. Poor Strategy = Poor Behavior Good Strategy = Good Behavior So [...]

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Live seminars for parents/grand parents and care givers

Posted on 19. Jul, 2011 by .

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Dear loyal clients and subscribers, As so many of you have followed my regilar blogs and various product launch with fantastic positive feedback and love of my expertise, I am now making special time to run live 1 day special seminars in various Melbourne locations, Australia. For those of you outside Australia, if you want [...]

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Life Skills Parenting Workshop

Posted on 11. Jul, 2011 by .

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Rachael’s Seminar Life Skills Tool Box focus on improving the parenting relationship between parents and children & teenagers. Parents can master her “Life Skills Tool Box” for Parents to coach their kids, teenagers and young adults. This is all about improving one’s life skills no matter the age! The Life Skills Tool Box is designed [...]

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How To Build Rapport With Your Autistic Child

Posted on 22. Jun, 2011 by .

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Are you ready to get even more in tune with your autistic child?  You may have discovered the best way to communicate with your autistic child, but it will take more than just choosing the right types of words.  You need to develop a rapport with him, so that he trusts you and feels comfortable [...]

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