Friday, July 20, 2012

Help to Stop Yelling!

Last year I reviewed a great book for The Gabby Moms called Yelling: The Cause, the Casualty, and the Cure.  You can read my review at the end of this post. I am very excited to tell you that this will be a FREE Kindle book on July 24th ONLY. (If you don't have a Kindle, you can download free software to let you read it on your computer).

Not only can you get this wonderful book for free, Lorrie is generously hosting a Facebook Party to help, too! The party is called "8 Ways to Stop Yelling and Get Your Child to Listen" and will also be held on July 24th.  So don't forget to bookmark the party page for July 24th, or come back here for the link.

And now, here is my review from last year of this excellent resource! 

I love this book.  I just had to tell you that right away.  Do you know why I love Yelling: The Cause, and The Casualty, The Cure?  Because it is a much needed resource for many moms today.  I have had many moms contact me and ask me what they should do to stop yelling, and I haven't known what to say.

I think first of all, we must acknowledge that we shouldn't be yelling at our children.  Maybe we might yell on occasion when everybody is um, making so much noise that nothing below a yell can be heard.  Maybe we might yell to stop a child from running across the road when a car is coming.  But yelling shouldn't be a regular, everyday occurrence with our kids.

If you have this problem, don't feel too, too bad, because I'm sure you want to stop it but just don't know how.  Also, know that Mrs. Lorrie Flem of Eternal Encouragement Magazine has written from the perspective of experience.  Yes, she has been there too.  And she says about her book,

"So you yell and you want to stop. Here is my 11-Step Stop Yelling Plan."

So really, this is a very practical book.  It gives real, concrete steps to stop yelling.  Lorrie also shares why we yell, and helps us to identify what may be our triggers for yelling.  Then she helps us to stop!  Beyond the problem with yelling at your children, Lorrie states she knows some wives who yell at their husbands too.  So, if that is you, get this book too!

I truly believe this book will be a help to many mothers who struggle with this problem.

I received this product free of charge to review for The Gabby Moms program, but my opinions expressed here are completely my own, honest opinions.

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  1. It is great to try to stop yelling. I used to yell because my mother in law told me she did, so I thought it was ok. It's not ok. Good to try to stop.


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