Power struggles sure make for tough days, don’t they? And if there’s one thing about parenting you can’t do, it’s to give up. This isn’t a diet or a hobby or a job you can just quit when it gets hard.
But instead of getting angry or telling your child to “just stop it already,” you can unearth some pretty valuable lessons. You can both learn how to better communicate with one another and develop stronger listening skills and empathy. Your child can also expand his own toolkit on how to better respond when he’s upset.
That’s why typical parenting techniques—spanking, time outs, counting to three—don’t always work. They don’t allow you or your child to grow or learn anything from the experience, and they aren’t loving or sustainable ways to raise your child. Instead, they actually fuel the power struggles you’re trying to stop.
What if, instead, you see your role as being on the same side as your child?
Now, this isn’t to say you’re trying to be his “friend.” You maintain authority, guidance, and knowledge as their parent. But you also help him manage his behavior and deepen your relationship. It’s a win-win: he learns to behave and manage his emotions, all while knowing you love him—no matter what.
The goal isn’t to suppress tantrums or to coerce your kids to obey. Tantrums, meltdowns, and bad days will happen—even to us as adults. Instead, the goal is to equip them (and us) with the coping methods to know what to do the next time it happens.
And it starts now—in childhood. This is, after all, the “practice” stage where the stakes aren’t too high to learn these lessons. The power struggles you’re going through now, no matter how hard, can be the perfect teaching moments.
You’ll redefine your role as a parent and learn how you and your child can foster respect for one another. You’ll discover ways to talk to him to avoid needless conflict in the first place. You’ll find proven reasons why focusing on his character will help him behave well, and so much more!
“Going through the course has helped me strengthen the relationship I have with my three-year-old twin boys and decrease stress in the household. The ramp ups aren’t as extreme, and I don’t feel as anxious about how to handle the situation. I’ve been able to de-escalate hitting and toy throwing instead of getting into a power struggle. Thank you!”
What if, in just a few weeks from now, you were able to decrease the power struggles between you and your child, and instead deepen the relationship you have? How would life be different when you start noticing a difference in her behavior?
Hi, I’m Nina Garcia, author and blogger behind the parenting site, Sleeping Should Be Easy. You might already know I’ve helped countless parents through my website, newsletters, books, and resources I offer. I know what it takes to get you from feeling drained to being the kind of parent you want to be.
I know just how challenging it can be to handle your child’s behavior and feel like you have no idea what you’re doing. When it seems like you’re just waiting for bedtime to happen already so you can end the day, exhausted from the power struggles.
In fact, I felt like I couldn’t relate with those around me, assuming no one else could’ve had the same kinds of struggles I did. I’m normally a calm person—to see me lose my patience did not feel good to me or my kids.
The anger almost felt like a charge ready to erupt, no matter how much I tried to contain it. I dreaded the parts of the day that would trigger yet another power struggle. I guiltily stopped looking forward to spending time with my kids, and instead preferred the time away from them.
So you can imagine why I had to look for parenting techniques that would turn things around. Where I could begin to enjoy parenthood again, learn how to discipline, and focus on connecting with my kids.
And it worked. Having the right tips and advice was like having a voice nudging me toward patience, and improved the way my kids behaved.
When you can parent from a calm and connected place, you can guide your child and use the challenges as teachable moments instead. While parenting is a never-ending lesson (aka you’ll still lose your cool in the future), you’ll feel more confident to be the mom your child needs you to be.
You see, these are real challenges that don’t often get addressed, or don’t seem as important. Same Side Discipline is here to change that.
It doesn’t matter if you’ve never read a parenting book in your life, or if you’re a seasoned mom who knows she can always improve—this course can help.
You’ll learn the most effective parenting techniques that work. It really IS possible to calm the waters in your home, and Same Side Discipline will help you do just that.
“There were many times when my nerves were a wreck and I had no patience to deal with my daughter’s crying. I would talk to her with a strict tone of voice, or speak louder than usual, which of course didn’t help either of us. Instead, the situation would get worse. But after applying what you said, everything has changed! The tantrums have grown fewer and shorter, and my daughter has even found ways to calm herself down. It’s been such great progress for the both of us!”
“Same Side Discipline gave me better perspectives on how to look at situations with my child. Since the course, I’ve been able to slow down and not react so emotionally, allowing me to set a better example on how to handle feelings.”
When you join Same Side Discipline, you’ll learn a new approach to parenting that will finally erase the nagging, fighting, and constant struggles. You’ll stop feeling like a failure, and instead know exactly who you need to be and what you need to do to raise your child.
You can be more patient, even if you tend to lose your temper, as well as learn to communicate so you avoid power struggles to begin with.
In other words, you’ll redefine your role as a parent and see actual changes you never thought possible (even if your past says otherwise).
The best part? This all comes from someone who truly cares about seeing you change and enjoy parenthood.
No matter where you are, you can benefit from Same Side Discipline!
“Believe me, I have started noticing the difference in me and my kid. I can’t thank you enough. It’s a shame I didn’t find you earlier—there were so many things I was doing wrong. It surely works Nina. You are incredible.”
LESSON 1: COMMUNICATING TO AVOID CONFLICT
Many power struggles can be prevented in the first place! Through effective communication, you’ll learn how to avoid many meltdowns and tantrums.
LESSON 2: GETTING YOUR CHILD TO LISTEN
Tired of nagging and repeating yourself? Discover how to get your child to listen through actionable and effective tools.
LESSON 3: RAISING A STRONG-WILLED CHILD
Stop fighting your child’s temperament. Instead, nurture the positive traits in strong-willed children in a healthy way.
LESSON 4: HELPING YOUR CHILD MAKE GOOD CHOICES
Do you feel like you constantly have to tell your child what to do? Learn how to equip her with the ability to make good choices from the start.
LESSON 5: HANDLING SOCIAL CONFLICT
Handling kids fighting all day long is never easy. Get the tools to handle sibling rivalry and behavior with other children.
LESSON 6: THE RESPECT CYCLE
Mutual respect is vital for any relationship to thrive. You’ll learn why respect starts with YOU, and the role self-integrity and responsibility play in developing respect for each other.
LESSON 7: HOLDING YOUR GROUND FIRMLY BUT KINDLY
Do you feel like a bully when holding your ground, or weak when you cave in? Learn how to set boundaries the right way.
LESSON 8: AVOIDING YELLING AND LOSING YOUR TEMPER
Stop losing your temper and raising your voice—even if it seems like that’s the only thing that works. Discover effective ways to respond, no matter how frustrating yoru child’s behavior.
LESSON 9: RAISING A CHILD WHO WANTS TO BEHAVE
No parent wants to hover over her child 24/7. Instead, learn the tools to help your child want to behave, even when no one is looking.
LESSON 10: BEING THE PARENT YOUR CHILD NEEDS YOU TO BE
Parenthood is not just about raising kids. Discover how to grow up alongside your child to be the parent she needs you to be.
“I was not being the parent I wanted to be. I was shouting, not being very patient, struggling with finding a way to cope with my eldest’s resentment of her younger sibling. I was completely losing my connection with my eldest. I was also getting very frustrated with my youngest and lacked a toolbox to help him grow and be independent as well as listen to instructions. Both of my children are strong willed and I knew I had to find another approach to parenting that I was used to and grew up with.
After applying the lessons from Same Side Discipline, I’m starting to feel more like a a parent/human being than an emotional wreck. I can see my eldest is coming back to me, responding better to the way I talk to her and having fewer hysterical breakdowns. With my youngest, I have definitely reduced the number of tantrums and made a lot of our routines much easier and less stressful. What you deliver in this course just makes sense! :)”
“I was looking for a change in the way I was parenting my kids, but I didn’t know where to start. Your realistic and practical advice helped a lot as it changed my perspective. You have helped me understand my kids better, especially when they cry. I now have extra patience and empathy for them and feel so much more connected. My toddler is amazing us every day—she is understanding me better, sleeping on her own, not throwing tantrums, the list goes on. I wanted to take the time to share this with you and thank you!”
Rest assured, you’ll finish Same Side Discipline a completely new person. You’ll have a different way of thinking about parenting and communicating with your child.
You can even scour the internet and discover that there’s nothing like this course anywhere else. No more letting every little thing get to you—you can have better control and perspective on the way you interact with your child. And you can do this with the tools and principles in Same Side Discipline.
The result? A happier parent with fewer power struggles to deal with.
“What is Same Side Discipline?”
Same Side Discipline is a self-paced, 10-lesson online course where you’ll discover parenting techniques that will turn power struggles with your child into teachable moments for both of you. You’ll get instant access to full course, worksheets, and printables upon joining.
I coined the title “Same Side Discipline” because I truly believe that in order to solve problems we face as parents, we need to rethink of ourselves as being on the same side as our kids, instead of being on opposite sides.
“Who is Same Side Discipline for?”
The core principles apply to parenting any child’s age, but the language of the course speaks directly to parents of toddlers through the early elementary years, particularly those who are interested in parenting and behavior issues with their children.
Even more specifically, we’re going to tackle power struggles with our kids—those moments when we lose our tempers and when every day feels like yet another battle with them.
“Is Same Side Discipline a live, physical event?”
No—the course is online, so you can join no matter where you live and take the course at your own pace.
“How is the course different from the blog, newsletter, or ebooks you offer?”
The blog is a quick look into common parenting topics, while Same Side Discipline dives deep into parenting tactics too in-depth to cover in any one article.
Plus, Same Side Discipline deals specifically with power struggles and offers a refreshing new way to think about the role you play as a parent. In other words, you’ll stop thinking of “fixing” your kids and more about looking within to find the solution.
“What’s included in the course?”
Once you sign up, you’ll get instant access to all 10 lessons and can go through them at your own pace. Lessons include 60+ videos, text-ready online articles, downloadable PDFs of the lessons, and printable worksheets tailored for each lesson.
PLUS you’ll also get FREE access to In-the-Moment Reminders, a bonus 10-part video slide series that will help you stay calm with your child when you’re in one of “those” moments.
All of these materials are housed in one course portal. And you can consume the information in the course in many ways, depending on your preference, including:
“Is there a time limit as to when I need to finish the course? Will it expire after a certain time?”
No, there isn’t a time limit or expiration date. You’ll always be able to access the course and finish it at your own pace.
Have more questions?
Email me at [email protected] with your questions!
“Since taking Same Side Discipline, I’ve applied certain techniques to help me not lose my temper or feel trapped in my children’s meltdowns. I learned how to discipline in a supportive way while still being firm. These lessons have been super helpful and inspiring!”
I want you to feel confident that you’re getting the best life-changing resources that will help you turn power struggles around and develop a positive relationship with your child. If you’re not convinced of the incredible value found in Same Side Discipline, email me within 30 days of purchase and you will get a full, no questions asked refund.
“Before Same Side Discipline, I struggled with getting my kids to follow instructions and losing my temper. I put a lot of pressure on myself to respond to every situation in the ‘best’ way, that I just ended up not knowing what to do and getting mad. The class gave a lot of specific tips, all very doable and intuitive. I learned a lot of strategies on how to respond to my kids. Same Side Discipline has helped me yell less and be calm, which helps my kids’ behavior as well.”
Are you the kind of person who values her relationship with her child and will do what it takes to make it better?
If you’re ready to turn those power struggles around and want to improve your relationship, then you’re in the right place.
Don’t miss this opportunity to join Same Side Discipline! Learning how to discipline on the same side as your child can be the turning point you’ve been looking for—the change that can make life feel normal and enjoyable once more.