Are You A PROactive Or REactive Parent?

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Sadly, parents often wait until a CRISIS hits before they have conversations about TOUGH topics like Sex, Bullying, Self-image, Divorce, etc.  By then, it is often too late.  By the time they end up having the conversation, their child has already been filled with all kinds of misinformation from school, friends, and The Media.  These REACTIVE parents end up having to try to UNDO what’s already been done by society and the other voices that are speaking into their child’s life.

Instead of relegating conversations about these tough subjects to a one-time ordeal that is uncomfortable for you AND your kid, why not take a different approach?  Why not keep the lines of communication open so that these important topics are discussed as part of the ebb and flow of everyday interactions?  Better yet, why not PLAN and PREPARE for these conversations so that you are not merely REACTING when a crisis hits?

In this short video, I share with you how to know whether you are a REactive parent or a PROactive parent.  I also share several thoughts from my book, “Talk Now And Later: How To Lead Kids Through Life’s Tough Topics” that I think could totally revolutionize your parenting approach.  Watch this short video and learn how you can become the proactive parent you’ve always wanted to be.

You can purchase an autographed copy of “Talk Now And Later” now (before it releases Sept 1st) – click HERE!

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8 thoughts on “Are You A PROactive Or REactive Parent?

  1. Hi Brian, Can this book be used as a study on a Wednesday night in a small group setting? I would love to bring this to my pastor and ask about doing it during one of our quarter sessions. Also I saw a 1 out of 4 video lessons, does it come with a dvd for the lessons? Thanks for all the info!

    • Hey Brandi! The videos are short introductions to topics discussed in the book. They are not full blown teaching sessions. But the book is DEFINITELY one that I recommend for small group studies.

      • Thanks so much 🙂 I’ll show my pastor Wednesday! I’m super excited about reading it. These are topics that even myself, a mother of 6, haven’t easily tackled.