The Me, Me, Me Epidemic

Parenting is HARD!

Often, we don’t even realize that we are parenting in such a way that creates situations that are undesirable down the road until it is too late.

Please tell me that I’m not the only one worried about the “Me, Me, Me Epidemic” that we seem to be facing with many of today’s youth?

Please tell me that I am not the only parent who doesn’t want this for my children, but I’m not always sure how I can ensure this doesn’t happen?

Are you tired of this 24/7, often over-stimulated, over-indulged, “can’t get enough” culture that we are creating in our children without even realizing that it is happening?

Amy McCready, Founder of Positive Parenting Solutions, parenting educator and TODAY Show contributor has decided to have her say in this matter and to help parents figure out a path with a different outcome, other than the “Me, Me, Me Epidemic” that many of us seem to be facing with our children these days.

As parents, we want what is best for our children. Ultimately, we want them to feel loved, to be happy and to be safe, right?

It is SO easy to find yourself in one of these parenting categories:

  1. The Keep ‘Em Happy at All Costs” Parent
  2. The Enabler
  3. The Rescuer
  4. The Indulger
  5. The “Over-the-Top” Parent

Of course, we as parents NEVER intend on raising an entitled child, but it happens. It IS happening.
Let Amy McCready help you put a stop to this Me, Me, Me Epidemic that we have all experienced at some point in time, if not from our own children, but from other youth in our community.

The solution is SIMPLE….or is it?

Instead of providing temporary “fixes” to ease short term problems, we are creating long term problems for ourselves down the road as well as doing a disservice to our children in the long run.

If you want to learn how to connect with your children in a way that teaches them to be more respectful, responsible and prepared for the REAL WORLD, then this book is for you!
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This book has already received RAVE reviews from some parenting experts and respected professionals!

This book has 35 incredible, easy-to-implement tools and step-by-step strategies for empowering your kids without indulging them.

Order BEFORE August 10th
and Receive a BONUS!

When you PRE-ORDER the book now, you will receive FREE ACCESS to 3 Coaching Sessions:

  • Allowance & Chores
  • The No-Rescue Policy for Consequences
  • Raising Grateful & Compassionate Kids

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I am REALLY looking forward to receiving a review copy of this book so that I can share with you just how it has helped change my parenting outlook. I have been using Amy McCready’s parenting advice for a few years now and it has helped me time and time again. I cannot wait to read her insight on the Me, Me, Me Epidemic!

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9 Responses to The Me, Me, Me Epidemic

  1. elizamatt says:

    This sounds like a super helpful book. You’re right raising children is not easy and I must admit that I find a lot of children today have too much in the way of dolls/cars/toys etc. Then there’s the agenda of programmes that they’re in dancing, hockey, baseball, swimming and so and so forth. There seems so little time to just be a child these days and little chance for imagination to play a part in playing.

  2. Elva Roberts says:

    I agree with you that many children are given too much material things at the cost of spending less time with parents. People are not having many children and so are not learning to share. This may be corrected with careful parenting. I have not read the book but if it helps parents solve this dilemna, I think it should be on the must list for parents.

  3. Jessica Cyr says:

    I agree with you ! Parenting can be hard but its so rewarding in the end. πŸ™‚

  4. MrDPrize says:

    thanks for the review

  5. Sarah Alexis says:

    It gets really hard when your kids are old enough to start comparing YOUR parenting to other parents… grass is always greener – especially on the outside looking in!

  6. Dandi D says:

    This looks like it would be really helpful to read.

  7. elizamatt says:

    I had a good laugh this evening when my daughter-in-law showed me a page her son (5 yrs old) had had to fill out for school. At the question “What does your mom say often” he’d written NO! When she questioned him about it he replied that she does always say no when he wants to play video games πŸ™‚

  8. kathy downey says:

    Parenting is the hardest job you will ever do,I think this book is a must for parents !!

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