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Challenging Children: Success with Homeopathy

I have recently finished reading a book that outlines and encourages a drug free approach to the treatment of not only health problems but also emotional issues.  Challenging Children: Success with Homeopathy offers hope to everyone living or working with children from page 1. This book is full of  inspiration, success stories and the paths they took to overcome and improve the struggles and issues they were experiencing. I love that it is written in a way that every mum and dad will understand; it has been stripped of all the lengthly explanations and scientific jargon leaving only the important information and words you can actually pronounce. Linee Jordan, the writer of Challenging Children understands that parents don’t often get a lot of time to read and has written this book in a way that you can open it up and start from almost anywhere. If you or your children are interested in finding out more about Homeopathy or would like to understand it further this is a great place to start.

Success with Homeopathy

Some of the challenges this book shares success stories of include but are not limited to childhood behaviour, developmental delay, emotional problems, highly sensitive children, ADHD, anger, anxiety, autism, fears, bedwetting, delayed speech, nightmares, OCD, separation anxiety, tantrums, allergies, asthma, bedwetting, digestive problems, ENT, eczema, tics and twitches.  Challenging Children shows how powerful and effective Homeopathy really is. If you cannot wait for the giveaway to end and want a copy now click over and purchase it here.


Challenging Children: Success with Homeopathy

Some background on the author Linlee Jordan: Linlee writes with a background as a Registered Nurse, a Masters Degree in Health Science Education and Diplomas in Homeopathy and Nutrition. She was lecturer for Homeopathic Clinical Studies and Head of Homeopathy at Nature Care College in Sydney for 10 years and is now Director of the Aurum Project for homeopathic research.

Linlee Jordan – author of Challenging Children Success with Homeopathy


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  1. Rachel
    24/03/2014 / 12:27 pm

    Having a child with ADHD our focus is just to get through one day at a time. Medication is a god send but because it causes insomnia and lack of apetite, he is only medicated for the school hours to enable him to concentrate and learn. Our mornings and afternoon/evenings are manic. Having dealt with this for years, there just isn’t a way to get through to him and he never seems to learn what behaviour is inappropriate. Our biggest worry is for him being accepted by others for his difficulties he faces, hoping people aren’t judgmental (as a beautiful, kind, loving and caring boy hides within that complicated body). We hope he accepts his own disability and doesn’t give up on seeking further help as an adult.

    • Katrina Corbett
      16/04/2014 / 11:17 am

      I hear you. “as a beautiful, kind, loving and caring boy hides within that complicated body” that is the most perfect way of describing a child with ADHD. Its so heartbreaking to watch in social situations.

  2. nicole larsen
    29/03/2014 / 10:36 am

    trying to get them listen

  3. Abby L
    30/03/2014 / 7:26 pm

    Helping them sleep at night as now they are at school, I don’t want them to be tired

  4. Kasey Evans
    31/03/2014 / 5:36 pm

    Attitude – she’s not even a teenager yet, I think they like to see how far they can push you.

  5. Falon Downing
    31/03/2014 / 7:01 pm

    Keeping my son on the right track, learning and growning.

  6. 03/04/2014 / 1:50 pm

    What is your biggest struggle/concern with your child and why? I struggle with the concept of time, and the resulting guilt. When my daughter started school I was determined she would not have the problems and struggles that I did with spelling, now 6 years later spelling is her hardest subject and I’m left screaming ‘where did the time go?!’

    • Mad Mummas
      21/04/2014 / 11:31 pm

      You’ve won!!

  7. Susan
    05/04/2014 / 2:58 pm

    Healthy food – Trying to get them to eat more fruit and vegies is a challenge!

  8. Charisse Childs
    06/04/2014 / 9:13 pm

    My biggest concern is with my son’s (5yo) mood swings, one minute an angel and with a click of your fingers he’ll be screaming, kicking and throwing the biggest tantrum and then another click and he’d be an angel again.
    I’d love to find the answer to his problems and know that I’m safe again to go places without the sudden turn in mood and that he’ll be safe too.

    • Mad Mummas
      21/04/2014 / 11:30 pm

      You’ve won!!

  9. Becky S
    07/04/2014 / 9:23 pm

    My toddlers behaviour, he screams when he doesn’t get his own way and is always trying to push the boundaries and all of Mums buttons!

  10. Valerie Wee
    08/04/2014 / 11:11 pm

    We are trying hard to do the toilet training with my little girl. Sometimes she does not tell me that she has done it.

  11. Chont
    10/04/2014 / 6:49 am

    I have a challenging child who has autism, ADHD, ODD and sensory processing disorder. There are many challenges with his behaviour, learning and social skills. I would particularly like to see him more calm, so that we can teach him the appropriate response to his many frustrations.

    • Mad Mummas
      21/04/2014 / 11:31 pm

      You’ve won!!

  12. Sharyn
    11/04/2014 / 8:53 pm

    my biggest concern with one of my children is asthma as i always worry/stress whenever he has a cough, gets sick, wheezes (he also has allergies) – it is always there in the back of my mind. With my daughter it is sleep issues – she always takes so long to fall asleep at night (no matter what we do) and always wakes early – i just feel sometimes she needs more sleep than what she gets.

    • Mad Mummas
      21/04/2014 / 11:29 pm

      You’ve won!!

  13. rowena
    11/04/2014 / 9:56 pm

    Having used homeopathy already on my children with great results you can never have enough information on this exceptional natural medicine!!!

  14. Kristy
    12/04/2014 / 3:08 pm

    Trying to get Master 4 year old to listen. I had a lot of trouble with Master 4 when we had a new baby 5 months ago and was told by a health nurse there was behavioural issues present and this resulted in Master4 attending sand play therapy. The outcome of this was there was no concerns but I still have a hard time getting him to do as I ask such as attend to simply task like packing up, eating tea, going to bed, brushing teeth etc. Becomes very frustrating and tiring at times.

    • Mad Mummas
      21/04/2014 / 11:29 pm

      You’ve won!!

  15. Tamara Lamb
    12/04/2014 / 11:54 pm

    I worry about their safety and their future. Standard worries of a Mum but I feel like I struggle on a daily basis with these concerns!

  16. Glenda
    14/04/2014 / 4:51 pm

    My three year old grandson has potty problems and cries when he has to go – the doctor says he has an “immature bowel”. Der! He’s three, but other 3yr olds can quite happily go without any problems!

  17. Jennah Wardrope
    14/04/2014 / 11:42 pm

    Would be an interesting read I think..

  18. Cat
    15/04/2014 / 5:40 am

    I want my daughter to learn to me more patient and to show more empathy towards other people as well as helping her with her anger.

  19. Rosslyn Tadd
    15/04/2014 / 6:11 am

    Picking up the emotional and physical pieces of 3 children after many years of a damaging conflictual divorce and child custody battle is hard work for a single mother. Natural medicines are a great resource indeed.

  20. Becky Downey
    15/04/2014 / 3:25 pm

    violent behaviour

  21. nicole
    15/04/2014 / 5:00 pm

    I would love him to see that reading takes “practice”, and so does recognizing sight words. He doesn’t need to become frustrated when he gets something wrong, but we need to find ways to help him with this, so school is still a very enjoyable part of his day.

  22. theoni Versace
    16/04/2014 / 12:36 am

    Having a child that always makes herself out as the victim. Middle child related? I don’t know but I want that mentality changed…

  23. daniela barbaro
    16/04/2014 / 7:52 am

    my daughters reading, she gives up if she dosnt understand a word shes reading

  24. chloe Taura
    16/04/2014 / 9:25 am

    Getting both my children to eat healthy food more than sugary foods.

  25. Ally L
    16/04/2014 / 9:43 am

    I have a little girl with ASD and ADHD, we struggle daily with basic things..

  26. Katrina Corbett
    16/04/2014 / 11:13 am

    My 6 year old son has ADHD and SPD and the simplest tasks can be a challenge. Our family and friends have no idea what a struggle life is on a daily basis, hence the lack of support we get from them.

  27. Pauline Stacey
    16/04/2014 / 5:22 pm

    Learning to read is the biggest challenge and keeping them interested for long enough

  28. Leanne White
    16/04/2014 / 5:52 pm

    Looking forward to reading this 🙂

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