Positive Discipline Giveaway
Win 2 Positive Discipline courses worth nearly £200!
Nominate yourself and a friend explaining why you’d love to win our Positive Discipline Course and why your friendship matters to you both! Nominations should be between 200-300 words and you need to be willing for us to announce your winning bid to the world!
Each nomination winner will receive 2 FREE places on our 10 Module interactive Positive Discipline course resulting in a diploma which is accredited by APUK. You’ll also receive a 30 minute coaching session, £40 worth of coaching credit, Facebook group access.
Janine’s winning nomination!
I would like to nominate my friend for this course. We met on Facebook 3 years ago, and have been through a lot with each other, supporting the other remotely, as she fell pregnant with twins early into a new relationship with a lovely man (and this week is doing the introduction to childcare as she prepares for the end of her maternity leave).
I now have a very intuitive 3 month old little boy and she’s helped me so much to deal with my emotions, my family, as well as the reality of having a newborn.
Our friendship is strong, we consider each other among our best friends and we’re both spiritually minded and often reminding the other we’re doing a great job and to trust our instincts as we don’t feel the ‘traditional’ methods of raising children suit either of us, or our babies, something which both our families disapprove of – and it’s hard, and we need each other for support.
For example my family are firmly of the opinion to put your baby in their big cot as soon as possible or you ‘build a rod for your own back’ and I know, from my limited experience with my little boy and from trusting my instincts that this is the complete opposite of a) my beliefs and b) what’s right for him!
I think something that had some structure like a course would help my friend and I bond even further, and share experiences as we learn, and also help us stay strong as we have to deal with our families who question our ‘alternative’ way of doing things. To us it’s just natural, to be close to our children, and love them, and support them by trusting what they tell us and our instincts.