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Jeanette Hargreaves, M.Div., is a Christian author and the founder of tempercoaching.com. Her first parenting book for moms is called, The Day I Threw Banana Bread and Almost Went to Jail: True Stories About How I Used to Lose My Temper (and How I Learned to Stop).
Blurb (for show promotion where Jeanette is a guest):
Jeanette used to yell every day. She yelled at her husband, she yelled at her kids, she even yelled at her dog! She thought her relationships were pretty healthy, but she did feel guilty about all that yelling. One day, after throwing banana bread at her dad, she decided it was time to get help. Now, she handles her stress and anger in healthier ways, and her relationships are better too! Come hear her story and receive tips on how to stop yelling.
Possible show titles:
How to Stop Yelling
Yelling is a Habit You Can Break
Family Emotional Addictions
Break the Cycle with a Former Yelling Mom
Interview Introduction 1:
Imagine a household where the children have not been yelled at since 2018. Jeanette Hargreaves used to lose her temper every day, but she got help, and now she helps others as the founder of tempercoaching.com. Even through the pandemic, she’s kept per patience. She works as a public speaker and parenting coach, providing private parenting classes over the phone. Her book, The Day I Threw Banana Bread and Almost Went to Jail: True Stories About How I Used to Lose My Temper (and How I Learned to Stop), is available on Amazon and Target.com.
Interview Introduction 2:
Jeanette earned her Master’s in Divinity from the Episcopal Seminary of the Southwest in Austin, Texas. She owns her own business as a public speaker and parenting coach. She talks with groups about emotional intelligence, parenting, and how to handle anger in healthy ways. She mentors families privately over Zoom. And she has a parenting book called, The Day I Threw Banana Bread and Almost Went to Jail: True Stories About How I Used to Lose My Temper (and How I Learned to Stop). She’s here today to talk about her journey.
What inspired you to do this work?
Tell us about the day you threw banana bread.
What does “discipline” mean?
What about Proverbs 13:24, “Spare the rod, spoil the child”?
So what do you do instead of yelling?
How do you break the yelling habit?
What is emotional intelligence?
How do you talk to someone who yells?
How do you feel anger in healthy ways?
So, my kid’s misbehaving. What do I do?
What if the mom’s the quiet one, and the dad’s the yeller?
What is a parenting coach?
How do you stop yelling at your kids?
What is if/then parenting?
What does it mean to have an emotionally intelligent house?
You have your Masters in Divinity. What does that mean?
How does God fit in with your work?
What are your offerings?
How can people reach you?
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The Day I Threw Banana Bread and Almost Went to Jail: True Stories About How I Used to Lose My Temper (and How I Learned to Stop)
On the back cover:
Read my story about the day I threw banana bread. And another story about the day I screamed over split bubbles…
I inherited my hot temper from my dad. When I had kids, my temper got worse. When you lose your temper, you don’t feel like yourself. I’m a loving, hard-working mom. Sometimes those out-of-control moments are hard to admit and even harder to talk about.
But I’m breaking the silence.
Jeanette Hargreaves received her Masters in Divinity from the Episcopal Seminary of the Southwest Austin. She runs her own business as an author, public speaker, and parenting coach, privately mentoring families over Zoom. She’s known for transforming people’s lives with practical techniques and by sharing raw and real stories of her own.
Jeanette lives in Austin, Texas with her husband, their twins, and their spunky little dog Minnie. Before becoming a parenting coach, Jeanette held jobs as an educator and news producer.
She let her hair color grow out when she was pregnant with the twins. She started graying at the age of thirteen, and she loves her sexy silver locks.
To learn more about her work, subscribe at her website tempercoaching.com.
As a mom with a Masters in Divinity, Jeanette Hargreaves founded tempercoaching.com to help parents like her break the yelling cycle. Now, in this tender and inspiring new book, Jeanette shares her most vulnerable stories about losing her temper with her own family and how she was treated as a child.
With heart-breaking honesty and laugh-out-loud truths, Jeanette walks step by step through the stories and the practical techniques that helped her break free. From dancing in the kitchen to yawning like a mama lion, Jeanette motivates and challenges you to join her on the journey to be the patient mom you want to be.
With deep strength and grace, The Day I Threw Banana Bread and Almost Went to Jail reveals how to put laughter, love and family values back at the center of your life.
Short book description:
As a mom with a Masters in Divinity, Jeanette Hargreaves helps parents like her break the yelling cycle. In this tender and inspiring book, Jeanette shares her most vulnerable stories about losing her temper with her own family and how she broke free.
“Jeanette is raw and real, and she revolutionized my life!” Bridget Brandt, Leander Chamber of Commerce President
Book On Sale Date: September 1st, 2020
Print ISBN: 9781087882475
Ebook ISBN: 9781087882581