A Must Have Parenting Book {Giveaway}

It is finally here!
This year’s MUST HAVE Parenting Book has arrived on the shelves….

me epidemic

BIG NEWS….Are you in need of this MUST HAVE Parenting Book?

The deadline to qualify for the 3 Free Coaching Webinars has been extended!
Anyone who orders the book by Sunday, August 16
can join author Amy McCready for the following FREE Webinars:
Allowance & Chores: The 5 BIG mistakes you could be making.
The No-Rescue Policy for Consequences: How to raise kids who take personal responsibility.
Gratitude & Empathy: How to raise more grateful and compassionate kids in an over-entitled world.

Since posting a couple of weeks ago about Amy McCready’s book, The Me, Me, Me Epidemic, I have had many conversations with fellow parents who are extremely concerned with the “Me Generation” that we seem to be experiencing in our society. I truly believe that reading Amy’s book will help parents as it is a step-by-step guide to raising capable, grateful kids in our over-entitled world.


It’s Me, Me, Me Epidemic Parenting Book Giveaway!
Prize: A Copy of Amy McCready’s book: The Me, Me, Me, Epidemic
Open to: Canadian and US Residents only
Giveaway Ends: September 1, 2015 11:59pm ET


Along with the MUST HAVE Parenting Book, Amy also hosts FREE Parenting Webinars that I promise you will make a difference for how you parent moving forward!

At least, it definitely did for me.


FREE Parenting Webinar

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  • The biggest struggle is basic obedience WITHOUT complaining, arguing, a million questions, etc. etc.

  • Andrea

    The biggest struggle of parenting is constantly having to remind them to do things!

  • Brandee H

    My biggest struggle lately is a routine. His Dad does not follow our routine, it makes it difficult. And he gets very crabby when he is off his usual routine.

  • SueSueper

    Potty training my daughter. Night time was the worst!

  • Carole Dube

    Power struggle!

  • Jennifer P.

    Right now we are struggling most with getting our daughter to accept when “no” is the answer. We are constantly bombarded with “Can I have…?”, “Can I go…?” etc and when the answer is no we deal with “It’s not fair!”, “But so & so gets to/has one/is allowed…” and so on. We need to learn to cut the dialogue that follows a “no” because it is so repetitive/tiresome and we all end up unhappy. It is not hard to say no, or to stick to the answer from our end, but it is hard to make her understand and accept the answer on her end when it seems that no is not the answer that any of her friends are getting (so she tells us anyway!).

  • Ashleigh Swerdfeger

    I struggle with setting limits. I love my 3 year old’s curiosity and independence and sense of humor, but it does make for some trying times. Also, with having two children- making sure the discipline is fair.

  • Silvia D

    power struggles with my new teen..seems to know everything.

  • Lee-Ann Sleegers

    Miss R’s ability to find ways to avoid doing a task then tell me that she forgot.

  • lazybones344

    I struggle with giving in too often.

  • Kim D

    My son is still young but I’m worried about when it comes time to be setting limits and sticking to them.

  • Shellie Clark

    Power struggle! – with my 13 year old son

  • Dandi D

    I think this would be really helpful to read.

  • salexis

    I feel like I need a constant reminder… or a “parenting” coach!

  • Daniel M

    not a parent yet but my nephew can be a handful at times

  • Brian Wheatley

    Learning from bad parents. Lol.

  • Allison Laughlin

    I am not a parent yet, but I worry that I will have headstrong children who will have more control over me than I will over them in the years when it counts. I would love to read this book to find out more about how to raise children!