What do you do when your child is pushing you to your limit with some behavior you know is developmentally normal, but is still making you want to jump out of your skin?

Your child is doing something--waking up more often, increasing breastfeeding requests, practicing some kind of movement skill, asking "Why??"--and you know it's normal, but you're not sure you can take it anymore. And maybe you feel guilty that you're so resentful, but you feel like you're about to break.

"THANK YOU for your latest MoxieTopic. My 5 month old is killing me with an epic sleep regression & it was exactly what I needed." -- DD via Twitter

This MoxieTopic: About To Jump Out Of Your Skin talks about why these intense periods happen, why they'll keep happening (sorry), and how your feelings are normal. Then it gives you strategies for getting through the peak of intensity until your child's behavior changes, so you bend but don't actually break.  It's 5 pages long, with some exercises to think about as you go through it. Click on the button to buy it now.

$5, 5 pages. Once you pay through PayPal you’ll get an email with the link to download the PDF. If you don't receive anything within a few minutes, email me at askmoxie at gmail dot com and I'll track it down.

"Oh my goodness, the About to Jump Out of Your Skin moxietopic was so good!" -- Sarah, by email

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