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Transforming The Difficult Child Ebook

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Shelves: , non-fiction , self-help , parenting , psychology , owned So I have one kid who's autistic and one kid who definitely has sensory issues and may very well be diagnosed with more things when she is older. They are good kids, but the younger especially is a tough kid. A lot of defiance, a lot of testing, control issues, high anxiety, many screaming tantrums that can last an hour, etc. I'm autistic with spd and anxiety too, so we all ended up triggering and exhausting each other, and the older the kids got, the worse it was all getting. I have read a lot So I have one kid who's autistic and one kid who definitely has sensory issues and may very well be diagnosed with more things when she is older. Nothing I tried worked, a lot of what I tried made things worse, and I was just exhausted and burned out all the time.

I need to tell you. Pompa: Yeah, absolutely.

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Glasser: To me, people shake their heads and go what do you mean? Yes, I am saying that. I hope people hear that. It really is. Pompa: Absolutely. Not only does the other not work—I am a consistent person. Glasser: It makes it worse. Why give a drop? Stop lecturing the -inaudible-.

Glasser: What I am going to give the gift of me to is the great fire of your greatness. Transition the energy to that, the greatness, the success as opposed to the bad behavior. As you were saying—I love what you just said. No doubt. Thank you. Meredith, I know you have some questions that you have.

Fire away, Meredith. Glasser: Hi, Meredith. Meredith: Hi. I have just been so enjoying the wealth of information you are, and thanks for sharing everything. Glasser: Thank you. I think you mentioned that a lot of these strategies are applicable to adults as well and to ourselves. The very same things that Dr. Pompa and I have talked about really is what I try and hold true to in my interactions with adults.

Truly, there are people who come along, and we wind up having relationship through negativity. If we want to change that, we have to be very purposeful. Most people, in fact, probably all people have very loving hearts. They may not operate from that. That came out two years ago. I really write in a focused way about my own journey of using this work on myself.

Fifteen years ago I thought I was a very positive person.

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I am changing the lives of a lot of kids and families. I had a personal crisis, which just shined a big light on the fact that my default setting really, when push came to shove, was still primarily negative.

Through that process, ten years hence, I started using the word greatness because I want—me being that push the limits, Simon kind of kid, the Howie, difficult child, I wanted—the upside of that is I wanted to see how far I could go.

I started accusing myself of various qualities of greatness. I started energizing that within myself.

I started to, I believe, have a very big impact on my own psychic, psychological health and wellbeing in terms of believing in myself and maybe even changing that default setting. Pompa: Our thoughts become who we are. Our thoughts literally change our DNA. Literally, with our thoughts, we have the ability to become a new person.

By feeding us, our own self, these types of thoughts of greatness, success, you made a choice, a decision to be a different person. You just started downloading that new programming into your self-conscious. We give them the opportunity to think of themselves as that successful person. Change their DNA.

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Change their -inaudible-. You can ultimately change who they are. Worry, yuck. Get rid of it or fear or anger. What I do is I embrace it. I lovingly embrace it. I take the energy, and I use it, that very energy, to promote greatness. I mean, energy is neither created or destroyed. Negative emotions have great energy. Why let it run through our fingers, and throw it away, and go yuck?

Why not take it and just convert it? Convert the energy, and say wow. You know what? We can look at these things, and say woe is me, horrific, how bad it was. We were trapped in the court systems for three years, I mean, all of this stuff.

Glasser: Exactly. Pompa: It is exactly what I needed for greatness, Howie. It is. Pompa: I had a conversation with a gentleman named Gilles LaMarche today.

Actually, he interviewed me. He is the Vice President of Life College, and he said something profound. So did I. You made a choice to be different. You made a choice to not be negative.

You made a choice to change the world, and make a difference in children. Now you are. I always say three percenters are the people who change the world, change lives, heal from cancer, the unexplainable. Be a three percenter.

Transfer that energy, man. Glasser: Beautiful, absolutely beautiful. Meredith: Awesome. I love it. The three percenters, love it. In closing, Dr. I refuse to give connection, relationship energy to negativity. The second stand is I refuse not to give myself fully, appreciatively, resolutely to the qualities I want to recognize in my child. I am going to make it my business to see through like X-ray vision into the beauty of this child, and see appreciatively the qualities that I want to grow, that I want to feed, that I want to nurture.

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