Parenting: the hardest job
Parenting is not your typical type of job where you go to work, do the things you have to do, collect a paycheck every month, and repeat the process. There are several reasons for this.
- First of all, when you are a parent, you have to be at your kid’s disposal 24/7 throughout the entire year. There are no benefits, vacations, nothing… There is also the constant worry and an immeasurable amount of care you give to your child. You simply can’t put a price on good parenting.
- Secondly, you can’t quit parenting like you can quit any regular job. Unfortunately, some people abandon their children, but you can’t metaphysically abandon your child. It has your genes and blood running through his or hers veins. Such act is selfish and will leave irreparable consequences on the child.
- Thirdly, while parenting is the hardest job in the world, it is also the best job. Once you are a parent, you are responsible for that child. Moreover, giving away your freedom for someone else just might be the most selfless and prudent act you a man can do.
Watching your child grow
Watching your child grow from a baby to a full grown person is a unique experience. You can’t compare it to anything else.
Maybe you grow your own plants, tend them and nurture them. Or perhaps you have a pet, you care for it, feed it, watch it develop from a baby to a fully grown animal. Pardon me for saying this, but this is all a joke if you compare it to parenting.
Child rapidly evolves from an infant to a toddler. It learns to crawl, walk, speak, eat on its own; and the list goes on. And each child is different; some learn faster than others, but in time they all overcome these “obstacles”.
A lot of this has to do with parenting. It is hard to be a good parent, have patience and give love unconditionally. I believe that behind every “bad” child there is a “bad” parent.
How to be a good parent?
There are no rule and guidelines on parenting, no matter what they tell you. Sure, you might learn a few valuable tricks and hear some good advice, but it ultimately comes down to love. Without love, there is no way for a parent to raise his child properly.
Also, there is a very thin line between allowing and forbidding. A smart parent will always know the difference between what his or her child should or shouldn’t do. And we are all different, have a different set of values we live by, so it is hard to say what your child should or shouldn’t do.
But there are things all parents have in common; teaching your child new things. It is the parent’s job to teach a child how to walk, how to read, how to tie its own shoes. Some parents take a more assertive stance, while others take a more relaxed stance when it comes to teaching and training.
For me, the most important thing is patience and discipline. Note that I’m not talking about military-style discipline; I’m not even talking about child’s discipline. I’m talking about the parent’s discipline.
You have to grow and change as your child grows and changes. You are the grown-up, so it is on you to be patient and disciplined because the child learns from you. The way you talk, think and act; that is how your child will turn out!
Alas, we arrive at the focal point of this review. Stick with me even if you don’t have a child yet; these tips will save you a lot of time and energy in the future!
A lot of the parents are literally petrified when someone mentions the word potty training. The images of failure, stress, and disappointment immediately fill their minds. It’s an ugly business for most parents, but it doesn’t have to be that way.
I’ve talked to many parents, and literally, all of them had problems with potty training. Walking or reading somehow comes naturally because of the child’s interest in it, but potty training is a very stressful experience for the child.
The key is to take a radically different approach to this problem, one that will eliminate the stress out of the learning process. After a lot of online research, reading through countless articles and reviews, I finally stumbled upon one guide that I believe is the best potty training guide available.
It is called Start Potty Training, created by Carol Cline, a regular mother of four children.
The potty training guru
Carol Cline is a mother of 4 children and works at the Day Care business she built for herself, where she takes care of over 40 children each year. By now you can already conclude that teaching children new things (including potty training) was a must for her, so she had to come up with an efficient plan and strategy that could be applied to any child.
The first thing she realized was that the popular pull-up diapers actually do more damage than good. They are just a creative spun made by diaper industry to increase their profit.
Her first attempt at potty training with her daughter Emily was quite unsuccessful, but she did take notes, writing what worked and what didn’t. Moreover, since she worked at a Day Care, parents shared their experience with her, explaining what worked best for their children.
Carol’s notes quickly piled up, and soon she had enough information to write her own’ potty training guide. That was the birth of the Start Potty Training, a program that will help you to potty train your child in just 3 days!
What exactly is a Start Potty Training?
Start Potty Training is the ultimate potty training program available online. Remember when I said that the old-school trial and error parenting is outdated?
Well, it is. Carol went through the trial and error process for you, and there is absolutely no reason why you should repeat her mistakes! Now you have the ultimate guide available for you.
Because of this guide, Carol quickly became known as “Potty Training Guru”, and parents brought children to her just to potty train them. Her friend suggested that she makes her potty training program online, and here we are.
Now you have the video, book and audio version of the Start Potty Training program available to you 24/7, 7 days a week.
What do you get with Start Potty Training?
Here is the list of everything you get if you buy this package.
Read, watch, listen
This generous bundle contains audio, video and readable version of potty training. Pick your preferred method of learning and start right away. Note that this guide comes with versions to work with all e-readers (Amazon Kindle, NOOK, iPad…)
Consider it as a bonus for purchasing the guide
Free reward chart
This bonus content includes an incredible selection of reward charts and success certificates; all in one package. According to all the positive parent’s reviews, kids love these charts.
Just watch them handpick one of the charts and become completely absorbed by them
Free personal support
As I’ve already mentioned it, every parent and every child are different. Because of this, you may never know when you are going to find yourself in a unique situation while potty training your child.
For this specific reason Start Potty Training comes with the special lifeline for customers. You can call it anytime you need help or just have some questions you want to find the answer for.
Free bonus guide
Parenting is not just about potty training. This bonus guide is focused on the complete process of parenting. More importantly, it deals with the topics every parent wants to avoid (like death).
All in all, this bonus has pretty much everything you need to know about parenting, and it will make your life a lot easier.
Who should get this guide?
Since parenting is the hardest job on the planet, any parent should get this. Naturally, you won’t buy it if you don’t need it, but perhaps you know some young couples who plan to have a baby one day or already have it; this would be the perfect gift for them.
Besides, you can’t really go wrong with it. It is very credible, you can look it up online, see the comments and reviews of all the people who purchased this product.
It also comes with 60-day money back guarantee, so if it doesn’t work out for you (it will), you can ask for your money back. Make your and your child’s life a lot easier and try this guide out.
And to all the parents out there: happy parenting!