5 Secrets to Get Your Teen to Listen the First Time

…without the constant reminding and nagging.

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4 Reasons You Need to Watch This Webinar

  • The nagging is exhausting and it doesn't work.

    When the task isn't done for the 100th time, you nag and plead while your teen tunes you out, draining your energy even further. You end up doing the task yourself which perpetuates the cycle.

  • You've become a 'one size fits all' consequence queen.

    The only way to get your teen's attention is taking their phone so it's your 'go to' move. Unfortunately, no matter how many times you take it, you only see short term change.

  • Constant reminders have you stuck in a power struggle.

    Even though you're asking nicely, your teen gives you defensive attitude. Your outer calm is actually a boiling pot of resentment ready to blow at any moment. Or maybe it already did.

  • Walking on eggshells isn't a relationship and you know it.

    How did raising a teen get so complicated? They only talk to you when they need something and even then it's disrespectful. You're feel heartbroken used and defeated.

There HAS to be a better way...

What you'll learn...

Based on my own experience as an angry, defensive and explosive teen, along with years of communication and relationships skills training and being a parent myself, I’m sharing my 5 secrets to help you…

A recording will be available for 7 days if you can't attend live. Watch the replay ASAP so you don't miss the BONUS!

Meet Aly Pain, CPCC, ORSCC

Empowering parents to build mutual trust & respect with their teens.

Growing up, Aly was the smart, fun girl on the outside and a frantic, anxious mess on the inside. She spent years healing the pain of dysfunctional family relationships, including eating disorders and a suicide attempt, to break the cycle raising her own teen boys.

Aly’s passion is empowering parents to build healthy, respectful relationships with their teens without giving up or giving up, even if they’ve tried everything and are at their wits end. She’s built an online audience of over 560K followers and has been featured in the New York Post, ABC Nightly News and the Rachael Ray Show.

Today, Aly lives in the Okanagan Valley in BC, Canada, and enjoys dancing, walking, bending in hot yoga, paddle boarding, hiking and snowshoeing. She relishes her close relationships with her 2 incredible sons, now 20 and 22.