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Category Archives: Bedtime



 – Do your kids ever drive you CRAZY?!
– Are you looking for a respectful, practical and effective way of dealing with those challenging moments?

– Would you like more FUN in your parenting and family?

If so, welcome to ANNOYING to AMAZING!

Over 6 weeks you will:

  • Find out more about your brain and why you lose it and do things you vowed you never would (and end up sounding just like your mum!)
  • Discover simple techniques that can make the world of difference to those everyday challenging situations
  • Become more confident in handling tantrums, tears, aggression and sadness
  • Take away practical, tangible tactics that you can implement straight away
  • Be supported by fellow parents who are also struggling and wanting a respectful, loving way to be with their kids
  • Become less stressed by those everyday challenging situations we ALL face sometimes

“My husband and I watched Annoying To Amazing and really loved it. It provides a new perspective from which to understand our children’s behaviour, and provides ways to respond to challenging behaviour in a way which nurtures our relationship and our children’s development…

More often than not, we are able to see the meaning behind behaviours which once seemed exasperating and pointless, and using the simple yet powerful techniques provided are better able to support our children through challenges big and small. If only our own parents had known about it!

We highly recommend ANNOYING to AMAZING to any parent, it is worth every cent!”
(Stephany, children aged 3 and 6)



Helping with Separation Anxiety – at Bedtime & School

Helping with Separation Anxiety – at Bedtime & School

My 6 year old daughter, Emily, had never been great separating from me.  Once I’d gone, she was fine, but the point of separation was always very hard for her, and increasingly frustrating for me.  For over a year, leaving her in at school was frequently difficult, plus separation at bedtime could be challenging too.… Continue Reading


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