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At our webinars, you will:

Find out which of your parenting strategies are most likely making things worse and driving a wedge between you and your children.
Learn what to do instead so your relationship goes more smoothly and you can build a close, loving relationship with your children.
Experience particular situations from a child’s perspective. This will show you what a child feels and needs in order to be able to work with you.
Get tips you can put into practice as soon as the webinar ends.

How does our
webinar work?

Listen online
The webinar is available online as audio content. On the day of the webinar, we will email you a link to where you can access it. Just click and listen on your phone, tablet, or computer.
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No payment necessary
We offer our webinars free of charge.
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Listen any time during the day
We always make the webinar available for one day between 8:00 am and midnight. You can listen whenever is convenient for you during that time. The webinar lasts about 90 minutes.
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Pause whenever you need
We know you have little ones around. You can pause the webinar whenever you need and finish listening later.
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Put what you learn into practice
You’ll hear about the most common causes of problems, and you’ll learn to understand your child and their behavior. You’ll get real-life examples you can put into practice in your own family.
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What is Unparenting about?

Are you having trouble with your children?

Maybe they’re misbehaving, crying all the time, throwing tantrums, disobeying, telling lies, or talking back. Maybe you’ve tried everything. You’ve read parenting books and asked for advice from your friends and the internet. You reason with your children, explain things, respect them, and try to establish boundaries.

You’ve tried being nice and being strict. But nothing works. Why not?

General advice about children doesn’t work. Because it overlooks one important thing: Every child is different. Yours too. They have a reason for whatever they’re doing. You don’t need another set of instructions for what will work on them. You need to understand them so you can find a new solution together that will work for both of you. Unparenting can teach you how.

Unparenting can help you work out why your children act the way they do and see the world through their eyes. It will show you how to relate to them so their behavior can begin to change. They’ll gradually stop acting out, ignoring you, and acting defiant and you’ll find yourselves able to work through whatever is troubling you now.

You’ll learn how to understand your child better. We’ve got another webinar coming up soon.

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Over 389,560 parents have done our webinars so far.

Check out what they
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Thank you so much for the course, the webinar, and everything you do. I end up in tears almost every time, because I guess I’m carrying a lot of baggage from my own childhood. I’m a Police parent and my husband is a Teacher parent, but I’ve been trying for a few months now and even though I’m not a Partner parent all the time yet, it’s working! I have two amazing, not always perfectly behaved little girls (4 years and 21 months). They can pause and slow down when things start to get out of hand, and we handle it together. We don’t always manage to work things out, but step by step we’re getting there. I thought things would get better once my little one turned 2, but now I see I don’t have to wait and either patiently put up with it or lose my temper! Thanks to you, we’re already doing better. THANK YOU.
Thank you so much for another great webinar, and I’m happy I spent a free evening on it because it always motivates me to become the mother I want to be: the best partner for my children. Usually, I sit down for a webinar feeling like “Finally the kids are asleep” or “Today was really rough with my active kids, finally a few minutes for myself”, and afterwards I feel this new energy and amazing feeling that I can’t wait to wake up in the morning and have a great day with my kids. I don’t feel as much of the burden of responsibility and the feeling that I have to do everything right and instill as much as possible in them. That lets me relax and enjoy my job as a mother instead of doing things because I feel like I have to. I appreciate your work so much and how you’re helping moms enjoy motherhood and grow into a more balanced, happier generation :)
I have a 6-month-old son with cerebral palsy and the doctors say he won’t be able to see, or that he’s already blind. They keep telling me I have to talk to him a lot to make up for his lack of sight. Even my mom keeps up this constant stream of empty words to him. Recently I asked her to stop. My instincts tell me this isn’t right for me or my son. We don’t have to talk all the time. When he cries, I just ask what’s wrong. It might sound hard to believe, but I can tell even when he doesn’t like a change of position. I just wanted to write in to say that Unparenting methods work with children who have complex medical needs or disabilities. Thank you!
Good evening and thank you for the webinar. Man, those audio experiences were powerful. I bawled like a baby imagining how my little girl must feel when she’s having an outburst and I’m just adding to her load because I can’t handle it well (yet). I’m still planning to let the webinar sink in a bit, but I’m determined to give it a try because what you say makes a lot of sense to me and my little girl is worth it. And I’m finally going to go through the course, even though I paid for it a year ago ... I’m a terrible procrastinator, I know :) So thank you again.
And done! That went well. This time I invited my parents to watch the webinar too. We live in the same house and had a bunch of conflicting ideas about how to raise my daughter. At first, my dad made a bunch of jokes about it (like he does for everything serious), but in the end, he said, “Wow, this really must work!” Later I talked about it with my mom, and she was a bit sad that she couldn’t advise me herself because my sister and I just never acted out like that. I reassured her, “But Mom, you communicated so well with us that we didn’t need to act out and we have the great relationship I want to have with my daughter too.” That brought a tear to her eye. We’re planning to watch the next webinar together again. I’m thinking about offering them the whole course... THANK YOU FOR THE EXPERIENCE AND IDEAS.
Dear Unparenting, Thank you for an amaaaaazing workshop. My first thought is that it came too late because I don’t have young children anymore and I wish I had had this information when raising my own kids. I bought whatever parenting magazines were available, but I never encountered this kind of approach to parenting, so I tended to repeat old patterns. There’s nothing wrong with discipline, principles, and obedience, but even with plenty of love behind them, you still need good communication between parent and child in order to understand each other and build healthy self-esteem. Now I’m brought to tears (literally) over the mistakes I made as a parent, not knowing any better, but there’s no going back. They should give Unparenting instruction in prenatal classes. As the grandmother of two little girls, I know how valuable they are to me. I spend a lot of time with my granddaughters and I can try to walk a different path with them than I did as a parent. Your workshop is a huge help for all parents who have the ability and desire to listen. Thank you for your work.
I was with you today for the first time and I really enjoyed it. Thank you. I remembered the things I heard as a kid and always hated. But with your help, I’m sure we’ll be able to do things differently :)
I’m so thankful I decided to log in after all (more or less a coincidence). I keep hearing the name “Unparenting” lately and I didn’t really like it at first. It reminded me of the kind of parenting I often see around me, where parents are at the absolute whim of their children and don’t set any boundaries. I don’t like that style at all, and it seems bad for everybody involved, especially the children. But once I checked out Unparenting itself, I found it was just the opposite. It’s a well-crafted approach to parenting based on solid principles that respect children as people.