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Parenting TV Show Helps Parents Get Their Kids Ready For School

Parenting TV Show Helps Parents Get Their Kids Ready For School

DATE: September 14, 2012

CONTACT:  Bill Corbett, Executive Producer at Creating Cooperative Kids  (860) 265-2272

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Bolton, CT (9/14/12) A talk show for parents and teachers can be seen on The Community Voice Channel (Channel 5), at 6:00 pm every Friday.  Using a talk show format, the show’s host and executive producer, Bill Corbett, addresses parenting questions, interviews experts, and demonstrates parenting tips for a live studio audience. This fun and interactive show aptly titled CREATING COOPERATIVE KIDS offers insight into sometimes challenging child behavior, as well as step-by-step solutions for gaining more cooperation with children 18 months to 18 years of age.

Author, speaker, and Connecticut parenting expert, Bill Corbett, hosts this show on rebuilding the discipline toolbox and turning today's challenging children into cooperative kids. His book, LOVE, LIMITS, & LESSONS®: A Parent’s Guide to Raising Cooperative Kids (in English and in Spanish) recently received the PARENT TESTED/PARENT APPROVED award for outstanding products (www.ptpa.org). A portion of proceeds from the sale of his book is donated to Connecticut’s Network Against Domestic Abuse.  To obtain more information on this show or on Bill Corbett and his work, go to http://www.CooperativeKids.com.

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