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4 Steps to Be a Drama-Free Mom

Is your home full of drama?

Are you stressing about your parenting or homeschooling?

Do you feel like a failure?

can’t take another day?

Enter the drama-free mom zone with practical strategies from the Bible to take stress, worry and anxiety out of your life. Discover Kerry’s four tools to be joyful, have peace and smile.

OK . . . so entering the drama-free mom zone isn’t as easy as pushing a button, but there are real-life ways to have joy and peace on a daily basis.

I know!

The past few years I’ve walked through difficulties, including rejection, abandonment and even depression. But … joy, peace and freedom have come my way. So many ways that God has delivered His peace in my life, my home, my family.

As you might guess, much of what I’ve learned about peace, freedom and being consistent has been learned during these hard years … after my kids left our home. I wish there had been a simple guide to get me started along the path to peace. To show me how to implement a drama-free and stress-free life through Christ.

My life would have been much easier if I had those step-by-step helps as I raised my kids. That’s why I’m hosting 4 Steps to Be a Drama-Free Mom … to share with you how I gained joy and peace in the midst of deep suffering.

4 Steps to Be a Drama-Free Mom
Tuesday, October 13, 2020
Choose your own time from 3 time slots
FREE

When you join me at our Masterclass, you’ll discover:

  • How to quit stressing out about your parenting
  • How to get rid of the drama
  • How to stop feeling like a failure
  • How to replace worry and anxiety with joy
  • How to teach your kids to have peace & joy
  • How to be more consistent on a daily basis

Besides walking through deep suffering myself, I’ve raised three kids to become adults who are all walking with God. I will share tips and tricks I discovered to control of the overwhelmed and drama in a mom’s life. I’ll also share ways I failed so you can avoid my mistakes with your own kids. 

Get rid of the drama. Bring peace into your life, your home, your family.

Reserve your seat in Kerry’s Drama-Free Mom Masterclass by entering your name & email below.

 

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Drama Free Mom: Finding Peace in Your Life, Your Home, Your Family

Let’s find peace in our lives, our homes, our families. That’s what I talk about in our Drama-Free Mom Bundle . . . . and

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8 Responses to 4 Steps to Be a Drama-Free Mom

  1. Casey Gernon says:

    We struggle with doing work without attitudes. I’m recently disabled with a genetic illness that has me sleeping up to 20 hours a day. We try to use my hours wisely to connect and get a bit of work done

    • Kerry Beck says:

      Casey,
      I’m sorry to hear about your illness. I think you are wise to prioritize your time and do what’s most important when you are awake.

  2. Diane S. says:

    The most common drama in our home is when I make my 13 year old daughter get up before noon. Seriously. When she went to our local school, she’d get up at 4:30am to shower and get ready for the bus at 6:30. Now we (neither my husband or I) can get her to get up. It is either “I just got to sleep–leave me alone” or set the timer for 20 minutes! Then another 20 minutes,…on and on it goes. I feel completely out of control and stressed and like I’m a bad parent when this happens==and it does EACH AND EVERY DAY!

    • Kerry Beck says:

      Diane,
      I am so sorry to hear this. I wish I had a magic answer to help. Since she’s 13 is there any way you can discuss with her (at another time than getting up) the reasons she needs to get up or consequences if she doesn’t get up. Then, enforce those consequences.

  3. Melanie Hawk says:

    Thank you for this workshop

  4. Melanie Hawk says:

    The most drama in my homeschool is caused by confusion of my directions and time constraints.

    • Kerry Beck says:

      Melanie,
      Thank you for your honest answer. When I can pinpoint my drama or stress, it’s much easier to correct.

  5. Ashley says:

    We struggle a lot with attitudes. Not just from the kids, mine as well. Some days I wake up frustrated from the attitude from the previous day, so I come to the table with MY attitude.

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