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Tripple P Online Course

(4 Posts)
FlotSHAMnJetson Sat 11-Aug-18 22:07:23

Has anyone done the online Tripple P Course? Has it helped?

At my wits end with my crap parenting and feeling like I'm letting my child down and causing him to misbehave, I need help but can't get to local courses so thought online might help??

BackforGood Sat 11-Aug-18 22:48:28

I'm afraid I don't know anything about the on-line courses, but all the feedback I've had from the courses is that talking to other parents is as valuable as what you learn from the course leaders, so I think you'd be missing out, doing the course on-line.

stepbackfromthecircles Sat 11-Aug-18 22:51:46

As a teacher, I have seen it work but it only works while you remain consistent. When the course end, and old habits creep back in normal service resumes. However, those who are in it 100%, as a family, and keep it up for the long term see real changes. Good luck.

bubble96 Sun 12-Aug-18 09:27:01

personally i recommend this course. attachmentparenting.co.uk/introduction-to-aptitude-package/ the positive discipline course is excellent plus you get lots of other benefits from the membership. its also cheaper and you can pay monthly. the course will really help you understand where you are at, whats going on for your child at each stage too. the unit on brain development is so interesting, it was incredibly valuable. i wished id done it when my daughter was younger. you will also find a lot of support in the group from other mothers feeling the same, and from those of us whove done the course.

attachmentparenting.co.uk/introduction-to-aptitude-package/

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