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Learn how to raise a child who believes in their own strengths.
“My child has low self-esteem.”
“My child gives up easily and starts crying when something doesn’t work out.”
“My child doesn’t see things through.”
“My child doesn’t stand up for themselves.”
Learn how to raise a confident child who believes in their abilities. Foster in them a healthy sense of self-worth without turning them into a self-obsessed show-off. Find out what it takes to raise a child who doesn’t give up easily and knows how to get things done – whether it’s a puzzle or a challenging bit of homework. Nurture the skills that will serve your child a lifetime.
“You’re a bad mum. I hate you!”
“I don’t love you anymore!”
“Just leave me alone!”
Is your kid shouting at you and even hitting you almost on a daily basis? Discover what lies behind your little one’s outbursts of rage and how to prevent them from happening. Stop using old-school techniques that don’t work. Teach your child to get on top of their emotions without driving you up the wall. Uncover a treasure trove of techniques to help you be patient whatever the situation throws at you.

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Your
10-month
journey to
being a better parent
or how to go from “accidental parenting”
to being the BEST parent you can be for your child
Your 10-month journey
to being a better parent
or how to go from “accidental parenting” to

being the BEST parent you can be for your child

Chapter 1 - All About Parenting
MONTH #1

You start Chapter 1 – The Essentials of Parent-Child Cooperation

Here, you’ll learn how to quickly and calmly handle your kid’s most common refusals:

  • refusal to sleep,
  • refusal to eat,
  • refusal to brush their teeth,
  • refusal to turn the TV off,
  • refusal to share toys,
  • refusal to sleep in their own bed,
  • refusal to dress appropriately for weather/ occasion.

At the end of this chapter, your child will say “Yes, Mummy,” more and more often, and you’ll hear “No!” and “I don’t want to!” less and less often.

MONTH #1
Mobile app

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We’ll call you in the first 2 days - All About Parenting
You will receive a welcome call
You’ll be able to access Chapter 1 as soon as you sign up. Our team will then check in with you and make sure everything is working fine. You’re never alone in your journey to being a better parent!
You will receive a welcome call
The Parenting Playbook
We will send you one of the most important parenting books you’ll ever own. We call it the Parenting Playbook. The Parenting Playbook helps you put all the new things you’re learning in the videos into practice.
The Parenting Playbook
Take your PQ Test
Discover your PQ – your “Parenting IQ”. No need to guess! This test will allow you to measure your progress throughout the course. The test results are confidential and only you will ever see them.
Take your PQ Test
Chapter 2 - All About Parenting
MONTH #2

You begin Chapter 2 – The Fundamentals of a Balanced Parent.

Here, you’ll learn how fluctuating between permissiveness (this notion of giving your kid all the things you didn’t have) and strictness (an approach in which an over-involved parent comes up with rules or punishment along the lines of “you do what I say while under my roof”) has a detrimental impact on your child. 

By the end of this Chapter, you’ll know:

  • What it means to be a “permissive parent” and why being permissive and spoiling your child can lead you to irresponsibility
  • What it means to be an “authoritarian parent” and how damaging it is for children to be raised with punishment, forceful rules and too much responsibility
  • How a child’s brain develops and why it’s not wise to have certain expectations from a child up until a certain age (such as expecting them to regulate their emotions or understand what “5 more minutes means” when we’re talking on the phone)
MONTH #2
Every Parenting Question You’ll Ever Have? Answered - All About Parenting
Every Parenting Question You’ll Ever Have, Answered
If you’re stuck for inspiration or have a burning issue that you can’t resolve, it’s easy. Just write your question under the relevant episode and Patrick Ney and the All About Parenting team will answer it. Learn from answers to other parents’ questions. You’re never alone on your journey to being a Balanced Parent.
Every Parenting Question You’ll Ever Have, Answered
Chapter 3 - All About Parenting
MONTH #3

Time to start Chapter 3 – Self-Esteem and Optimal Motivation.

Here you’ll learn how to work through all those moments when your child isn’t sure of themselves, they’re shy or afraid, or they say, “But I don’t know how to do it! I can’t do it! You do it! I don’t understand! Olivia is better than me at maths! I’m the worst!”

After you apply the techniques in this Chapter, you will have a child who faces criticism with their head held high and takes feedback as a learning opportunity instead of a failure.

MONTH #3
Chapter 4 - All About Parenting
MONTH #4

On to Chapter 4 – A Competent Child Is a Responsible Child.

Here you’ll see how you can raise a child who doesn’t leave their dirty socks lying around, toys scattered across the floor, or a dirty plate on the table.

In other words, your child will understand more and more what their responsibilities are and will take them on. You will know how to hand over certain responsibilities to your child and how to help them become competent, without nagging or policing them and without you doing things for them.

MONTH #4
Chapter 5 - All About Parenting
MONTH #5

You start Chapter 5 – Top Methods for Getting Kids to Cooperate.

In this chapter you will see how you can avoid situations where:

  • You have to tell your child 100 times to turn off the television;
  • Your child pushes away a plate full of their favourite food, after you worked hard to cook it;
  • Your child ignores your requests to clean up their toys;
  • Your child throws a tantrum in the middle of the store when you refuse to buy them the toy they want.

After going through this chapter, you’ll have a child who hears you, who understands what you ask of them, who says “yes, mom” more and more often. And all these because you now know how to establish rules they actually follow, and how to obtain their cooperation without punishment, bribes, threats or giving in.

MONTH #5
Repeat the PQ Test
You’re now halfway through the All About Parenting programme. It’s time to measure how your beliefs and attitudes as a parent have changed. Compare with your last score to see just how much you’ve progressed. Good job!
Repeat the PQ Test
Chapter 6 - All About Parenting
MONTH #6

You start Chapter 6 – Solving Problems and Making Decisions.

Step by step, you’re going to learn what to do when your kid comes to you with a problem so that you can teach them to be resourceful when you’re not able to help them or when they find themselves in very challenging situations.

In this chapter, you’ll learn how you can avoid situations where:

  • Your child comes to you to tell on another child for taking their toy;
  • Your child wants to give up football, ballet, swimming, or another activity because some other child in their class makes fun of them or picks on them.
  • Your child is unable to resolve some conflict with another child and keeps asking you to step in.

At the end of this chapter, you will have a child who knows how to handle conflicts, whether they have a fight over a toy or another child is picking on them.

MONTH #6
Chapter 6.2 - All About Parenting
Managing Conflicts Between Children
Do you often yell at your children to stop fighting? Managing Conflicts Between Children is a short bonus course in which you’ll learn exactly when to intervene and how to ensure your kids take ownership of their disagreements and squabbles. Finally, some peace and quiet!
Managing Conflicts Between Children
Chapter 7 - All About Parenting
MONTH #7

Now on to Chapter 7 – Managing Emotions.

In this chapter, you’ll look at how to manage situations where:

  • Your child breaks down in tears because they don’t like the shoes you put on their feet;
  • Your child screams and shouts, even hits you, when you ask them to turn off the television;
  • A simple trip to the store turns into a nightmare where your kid is screaming, kicking and rolling on the ground;
  • And, most importantly, you’ll see how to bring peace and calm when everyone is on edge and no one can hold back the negative emotions.

You will see how to raise a child who doesn’t get into a fight every time they feel fear or anger, a more balanced child, who is emotionally and even physically healthier, since fear and stress are harmful to our physical health.

MONTH #7
Chapter 8 - All About Parenting
MONTH #8

You’re now at Chapter 8 – How to Prevent and Deal With Challenging Behaviour

In this Chapter, you’re going to learn what to do when your child talks back, saying hurtful things, or sticks their tongue out – without resorting to punishment or saying damaging things like “You’re awful” or “I can’t stand you.”

By the end of this Chapter:

  • You’re going to learn what to do when your child when your child talks back or says something mean, without reinforcing the behaviour they’re exhibiting.
  • You’ll know how to raise a kid who knows how to politely greet others, wait quietly in the waiting room at the doctor’s office or get on the bus without causing havoc.
  • You’ll understand how to manage power struggles between you and your child, especially in those moments when they stamp their feet or throw themselves on the ground.
MONTH #8
Chapter 9 - All About Parenting
MONTH #9

Moving into Chapter 9 — Discipline and Consequences.

In this Chapter, you’re going to learn what to do when nothing else seems to work. When you’ve tried every technique and method, rule or boundary, and all that being said, your child still doesn’t listen to you and doesn’t act responsibly.

More precisely, you’ll see how to use discipline and firmness combined with warmth, without harming your relationship with your kid, particularly in those moments when they won’t pick up their toys or clean their room, or they hit a sibling or another child.

MONTH #9
Chapter 10 - All About Parenting
MONTH #10

Next is Chapter 10 — Getting All Family Members On Board

In this chapter, you will learn how to avoid situations where:

  • Granny agrees to help, but only follows her own rules;
  • Grandparents let the child watch TV, even if you ask them not to;
  • They let them stay up until midnight, even if this never happens at home;
  • You feel you’re doing everything in the house, you’re always tired, and you can’t communicate how you feel to your family to get help.

This will help you have a family that works as a team, where everyone knows their role and no one asks, “Why am I the only one doing this?”

MONTH #10
Final PQ test
Well done! You’ve reached the end of the All About Parenting programme. Take the Parenting Quotient (PQ) test again and see how far you’ve come.
Final PQ test
Completion certificate
Congratulations! You have successfully completed the All About Parenting programme. Give yourself a pat on the back. Take your certificate and frame it. It may only be a little thing, but it’s tangible proof of the work you’ve put in for your child. When they grow up and spread their wings, your certificate will remind you that you did the best job possible to raise a happy, balanced child.
Completion certificate
Disclaimer: All the above descriptions may vary depending on (1) when you join the programme (2) the initial offer received.
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About Patrick Ney,
All About Parenting Lead Trainer

Patrick Ney is the father of 2 wonderful girls and is probably the most active parenting expert in the UK.

Patrick is the Lead Trainer at All About Parenting, the only parenting methodology based on the latest research in the science of motivation, such as Self-Determination Theory. He has several international accreditations as a Facilitator, Coach and Trainer.

In the past 5 years, Patrick and the All About Parenting team have organised over 2,000 free seminars, conferences and intensive workshops for more than 600,000 parents from around the world.

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Sometimes, you just need an extra set of hands and twice as many hours a day so you can check off everything on your to-do list. Before you get a chance to finish that parenting book sitting on the bedside table or understand what’s happening with your child at each stage of their development, you blink and realise that your little one is all grown up.

This is your chance to receive not only information but a complete methodology based on the latest research in motivational psychology. You can adapt it to almost any parenting problem. These are easy-to-apply techniques you can refer back to again and again.

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You’ve no doubt discovered that you and your partner have slightly different views on raising children. In this programme, you’ll learn how to handle situations where the other parent has a different parenting style. Take the necessary steps to avoid conflict and restore balance to your relationship.

Think about it his way: If you two can’t agree, what sort of example are you setting for your child?

Punishment is NOT the solution, unless you want to raise a child who’s out of sync with the modern world. But the other extreme – giving in to your children, letting them do whatever they want, whenever they want – isn’t serving them any better. So what can you do?

Over 90% of parents lose their temper, falling back on methods that do not deal with their child’s negative behaviours correctly. In the long run, these parenting mistakes can destroy a child’s self-esteem, leading them to become insecure adults who are unfulfilled in their relationships.

All About Parenting shows you what to do instead of punishing. Turn mistakes into learning opportunities. Discover techniques that will make the “job” of being a parent feel like a breeze.

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You tell them to turn off the TV and they start screaming or crying. On a good day they may only try and get more screen time out of you. Demands to pick up the toys are greeted with: “I don’t want to! You do it!”. It’s lunch time and your child is pestering you for a plate of fries instead of your healthy soup. They won’t accept your refusals and every day feels like a minefield littered with “No!”s, whining, endless negotiations and intermittent tears (sometimes even Oscar-worthy performances!).

Instead of putting your head in your hands and crying too, learn proven techniques that work and can help you turn your child’s “No!” into a “Yes”.

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Two whole months to test the programme. If at any time in the first 60 days you feel it isn’t for you, no problem. We’ll reimburse you in full. That’s right – you won’t lose a penny. Nada. Zilch. All you need to do is return any offline materials you received from us, like the Parenting Playbook, and answer a few questions. That’s it. No hidden gremlins in the terms and conditions.

If you opt to pay in instalments, you’re signing up to regular Direct Debit payments. Automatic monthly payments on your card mean you can enjoy uninterrupted access to the programme. Interrupting payment on instalments will result in your account being temporarily suspended until the next payment is received.

Frequently Asked Questions
No, but they will be available via the Parents app on your smartphone. The app will take you straight to the video episode where you left off the last time.
No. All episodes remain on your account in the Parents app. You have lifelong access to them, once you have paid for the whole programme. You can even rewatch them a second or third time (lots of clients do this).
No, the All About Parenting programme is personal. The access details cannot be shared with others.
You have 60 days to try out the programme. If you feel, for whatever reason, that this methodology is not for you, we will reimburse you (in full). The only 2 conditions are that you return any offline materials that you have received from us (used or unused) and that you answer a few questions. There are no hidden conditions.
The advantage of the All About Parenting programme is that, once you have paid for it, it is yours for a year. If you have not been able to get through a chapter in a specific month or you have fallen behind, you have the rest of the year to catch up at your own pace.
Yes. However, you will miss out on the special offer you have when joining the programme (and will pay the standard price for the rest of the instalments).
You can ask any question under each of the programme’s video episodes. These questions need to be related to that particular episode. Any questions that are not related to that episode’s subject will be removed to keep the answers relevant for all programme members. Another advantage is that you can see the questions that all our programme members have posted so you can learn as much from them and the answers they received as from the video episodes.

Going through Chapter 1 is like reading the first chapter of a book. You certainly get an idea of what it’s like, and you can decide if you want more. But you cannot pretend to know everything about the book.

Likewise, we think that you need to go through the whole programme to grasp the All About Parenting methodology and to truly see results in the relationship you have with your child. After all, that is what you want, isn’t it?

No, the programme comes as a whole. All About Parenting offers you a complete methodology that will help you to become an independent parent. This means that you create your own methods, without the need to call on advice from your mum, a neighbour or from Patrick. We don’t believe that this is possible after a single chapter, as the techniques are interlinked.
Check your email because as soon as you register, you will receive an email with the details of how to start the programme. You may have to wait 5-10 minutes – sometimes the emails arrive a little late. However, if you have still not received an email after 10 minutes (and there’s nothing in the Spam folder), please get in touch with us.
Payment in instalments is only available for card payments. But it couldn’t be simpler. Your account will be debited every month for the next 13 months and you will automatically receive access to the next chapter’s video episodes in your account.
Yes, as you work your way through the programme’s video episodes, we will send you other materials and surprise gifts that will help you to put what you learn in the programme into practice. Confirm your mailing address with one of our colleagues from Customer Care because we will be sending these parcels directly to your door. If you have any questions about this programme that were not included above, you can write to us at hello@allaboutparenting.co.uk

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