116. How One Parent Went Through Multiple Aggressive Meltdowns a Day All the Way Down to Zero
Megan and her husband Paul were at their wits end and had run through three different therapists in two years!
They were starting to think that their five year old was just going to be one of those kids that just isn't parent-able, until they stumbled upon our work and had a call with us.
In that conversation, they learned what was possible and what was available to their family.
Megan & Paul were able to do the work to break out of the pattern of daily, multiple times a day meltdown cycle with their daughter that they have been dealing with since she was 18 months old.
I'm not here to tell you that it was easy.
Megan and Paul were skeptical of our work together for several weeks into the program.
Yet they still were able to achieve the results we're talking about.
We're here to support you and make this simple but it doesn't mean that it’ll be easy.
Breaking out of this pattern requires you to change the way that you think about your child and what's possible, start to be playful even if it feels totally out of your wheelhouse and systematically break out of the meltdown cycle and notice what you are doing to keep the pattern going in the first place.
Though many of those tactics are part of our strategy, they are often the exact opposite of what you'll hear from professionals that you engage with.
Be sure to tune into Megan's story and observe how they were able to completely change their daughters functioning in less than six months.
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