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Alison Smith Parent Coaching | 5 Simple Ways to Gain Cooperation 2

If only our kids would cooperate with us, our job would be so much easier, right? I get how frustrating it can be. I also know that if we are not careful how we gain their cooperation, we can create future problems for ourselves and our kids.

[lvca_testimonials per_line=”3″][lvca_testimonial author=”C.L.”]Thank you so much for all the tips, tools and encouragement that you have given me. It has been great to work with you, having someone to direct me and giving me strategies to deal with my children and myself has been so helpful for my family.[/lvca_testimonial][lvca_testimonial author=”Meagan L.”]Knowing I’m not alone and having the support is amazingly uplifting, and having little daily reminders to help me through a tough situation I may be having with my toddler can really help me change my attitude and refocus on how I truly want to handle things.[/lvca_testimonial][lvca_testimonial author=”Andrea”]Thank you for the amazing work you do, Alison. I honestly think you saved us.[/lvca_testimonial][/lvca_testimonials]