Where Parent-Child Partnerships Become the Foundations for a Lifetime


How Do You Deal With The Hardest Part of Parenting?

You face the hardest part of parenting every day, even if you don’t think about it much. What’s the hardest part? Knowing if you’re doing it “right”! After all, parenting goes on for nearly 20 years; we’re engaged in a long-term project. How do we know if we’re “doing it right” during those 20 years? How do we know our child is headed for the great life we hope he or she will have—the one that’s right for them?

Do you know how to gauge whether you’re being too lenient or too strict, whether you’re asking more of your child than s/he can do at the particular age, whether what you’re doing is really building self-esteem, or whether you’re helping your child develop the emotional awareness and skills s/he will need? These are difficult things to gauge, especially when you’re in the middle of the project, things are moving so fast, your child is growing up, and the pressures on you are so intense. It can be difficult to find your own “parenting voice” amidst all the advice and techniques offered today. Is it important to be a “Tiger Mom” even if you don’t feel good about it? How do you find the place between being a “helicopter” or a “drill sergeant” father, so your child can thrive in our challenging world?

Your Concerns
If you are concerned about consistency (especially with your discipline and follow-through), about how to adequately prepare your child for adult life (when all the signs point to a life in the future that is very different from life today), about keeping your child safe (especially in a world filled with dangers, including predators or even friends who can lead them astray), or about teaching your child important life skills such as sidestepping manipulation, speaking up on his/her behalf, or making good choices……then you’ve come to the right place.

Why We Talk About “Incredible Kids”
Your child is incredible! Every child is incredible, right from the beginning of life. The trick in parenting is to help our child continue to be incredible, rather than losing track of this incredibleness and then having to “find him/her self” the way you or I did.

This is our aim. We want to help you raise Incredible Kids without having to re-invent the wheel on your own. YOU can raise your child as the Incredible Kid s/he really is, growing up to be an Amazing Adult. We have a 9-step Process for Consciously Parenting Kids that allows you to do a great job and check to make sure you’re “doing it right” as you go along.

Communication Is Part of Incredibleness!
To get you started, download my Complementary 10-page Report: “Incredible Ways to Communicate That Result in Incredible Kids!” In it, I give you 6 unique new tools, such as the D.E.S.C.-Plus-A-Step communication method, and the “two saddest words” in any language (along with what to use instead). It’s true, boys and girls really do listen differently, which I also discuss. Use these new tools to improve communication with your child immediately, almost magically. Every page of this content-rich, cutting edge report on Incredible Ways to Communicate That Result in Incredible Kids, will help you be a better parent. This $25 Report is yours, FREE, our gift to you to get you started as the Incredible Parent of an Incredible Kid.  Click the “download” button now!

How to Recognize an Incredible Kid:

As they grow up, Incredible Children are:

  • Self-directed
  • Able to make great decisions
  • Responsible
  • Participatory
  • Immune to Peer Pressure
  • Tend to investigate their own talents, identify their deep wants, look for ways to be of service to others, develop empathy, care about their environment and world, and so much more!

Introducing an Incredible Kid:

5 year old Josh, who visited four schools with his mother so they could choose one for Kindergarten enrollment, selected his own school—which was the same one his mother thought was best for him. Eleven years later, Josh picked a school that allowed him to leave High School at the end of 10th grade and go directly to college. By age 34, he was CEO of his own multi-million dollar company.




Ilene L. Dillon, M.S.W., aka "The Emotional Pro," has been transforming the world through the power and mastery of human emotions for four decades. A long-time California Marriage and Family Therapist, Ilene used her 20 years as a single parent to develop a powerful way to Parent Consciously. Ilene is a pioneer of the Emotional Literacy field, having published her first books in 1994. Now married to neurosurgeon Dr. Robert Fink, Ilene shares 6 adult "children" and 5 grandchildren in her blended family. Since 2004 she has hosted Full Power Living on the Internet.

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