Reduce Homework Stress
A Way To Help With Homework That Works!
HOMEWORK will guide you through a simple parenting process based on which coping pattern your child is using. Most homework books are focused on study skills. Homework focuses on how parents can be powerful leaders in their kid’s education by making simple changes.
Praise for Homework
“Whether you have an anxious, disorganized or defiant child when it comes to schoolwork, McNerney’s C.A.L.M. method allows you to tailor your actions to the style of your child. A great way to avoid nightly homework wars!” – Thomas W. Phelan, PhD, author of 1-2-3 Magic and Surviving Your Adolescents
“As a licensed school counselor and someone who spends a lot of time working with families– I love this book & have been recommending it to parents, teachers, and school counselors.” – Emily Goodman-Scott, school counselor
“This book has given me so many useful ways of seeing things as well as tools I can use as a parent to help stay calm and connected during a time that causes both my husband and I a lot of stress. I love how the book walks me through a process of figuring out what kind of parent I need to be for each one of my four children who have very different styles.” – RayAnn Coy, mother
Neil answers these and many other tough parenting questions:
- When do I reward and when do I punish?
- How do I give advice without getting backtalk?
- How much should I review homework?
- How do I help my stressed out child who takes school too seriously?
- What do I say when my child says “I don’t care?”
- How do I help my disorganized child without feeling like I am his secretary?