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  • 28 no-yelling tools that will help you stop yelling at your kids;
  • 28 daily 5-minute e-mails that will help you raise your kids in a calm, respectful way;
  • concrete instructions that will help you start using the no-yelling tools the same day;
  • practical examples from real-world situations that every parent can relate to;
  • daily reminders that will help you stay on track and become a better parent every day.
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You don’t WANT to yell at your kids.

But you do it anyway because nothing else seems to work.

Because you’re in a hurry.

Because you’re tired and impatient.

Because they just don’t follow your instructions.

Because it shouldn’t be THAT hard to brush teeth, take out the trash and go to bed on time, right?

Yes, by yelling at your kids, you MIGHT get what you want…

But at a cost.

You feel horrible.


Like a bad parent.

Why can’t things just be different?

Why don’t your kids just LISTEN without you yelling at them?

Why can’t you just have a “normal” family?

You’re stuck in the endless yelling cycle, and you’re not alone.

When I surveyed 5,000+ parents about their parenting challenges, I kept getting the same responses over and over again:

“I swore to myself I would never yell at my kids when I became a parent, but now I’m no better than my own parents.”

“I’ve been trying to stop yelling for YEARS. My mom yelled at me, and now I yell at my kids. I can’t seem to break this endless cycle.”

“My cruel childhood left a mark on me. I don’t want my kids to go through the same childhood I went through.”

It breaks my heart when I read these messages.

Especially because I know the consequences.

I know exactly what happens to yelling families if parents don’t stop yelling.

What happens if you don’t break the endless yelling cycle?

If you don’t stop yelling at your kids:

  1. You’ll raise a child that doesn’t believe in themself: You’ll raise a child with low confidence and self-esteem who’s afraid to make mistakes in life.
  2. You’ll feel like a bad parent: You’ll feel unheard, helpless and guilty. No parent deserves to feel that way.
  3. You’ll feel helpless: After yelling stops working, what’s next? Using force? And after that, when that doesn’t work? Should you just give up on raising your kids?
  4. You’ll raise yelling kids: That yell back at you. That hit you when they’re older. That yell at their own kids and other people around them.
  5. You’ll scar your kids for life and break family ties: Every time you yell at your kids, they’ll trust you less and less and feel less and less connected to you. You want your kids to remember their childhood as the best period of their life, not their worst.
  6. You’ll turn off their “learning switch”: They’ll no longer be excited about life. They’ll lose the desire to explore, create and learn, which will make it harder for them to do well in school and life.
  7. You’ll damage the relationship with your partner: Yelling and bad mood will spread on to you and your partner, resulting in countless arguments over kids.

I’m not saying this to scare you.

It’s the harsh reality.

The more you yell, the more damage you’ll do to your kids and your family.

We both know that it’s time to STOP the endless yelling cycle once and for all.

The only question is – HOW?

Yelling seems to have become the norm. But YOU have the power to change that today.

You don’t have to yell at your kids to get them to listen to you.

You can find a way to never have to yell at your kids…

You can feel like you’re the best parent that you can be…

You can raise happy and successful kids you’re proud of…

And you can love every single minute of it.

When you stop yelling at your kids, magic happens.

You simply say something to your kids…

Use the right words…

The right tone…

The right gestures…

And they just LISTEN.

They happily collaborate with you – even at things they don’t want to do.

All of a sudden, parenting becomes easy. Fun. Exciting.

And then, the REAL magic happens.

When you take your kids to their grandparents, or to a restaurant…

Other parents will stare at you in awe.

They’ll wonder:

“How do they do it?”

“How are their kids behaving so nicely?”

“What’s their secret?”

And you’ll simply lean back in your armchair and smile.

You’ll know you’ve put your kids on the right track to be happy and successful…

You’re no longer stressing out about parenting every day…

You even have quality, uninterrupted time with your partner…

You finally feel like you’re giving your kids everything you can – and they appreciate it.

The solution that will help you stop yelling isn’t “permissive parenting”.

You don’t have to let your kids do whatever they want.

You really really shouldn’t do that, despite the permissive parenting techniques that became all the hype over the past decades.

Parenting approaches that are too soft:

  • Limit your child’s development: they’ll learn the skills that interest them (like playing video games all day), but they won’t learn the vital skills they need in life (like becoming a financially independent and responsible adult).
  • Are not in your child’s best interest: by letting your child do only what’s fun for them, they’ll be happy in the short term, but unhappy in the long-term. They won’t know how to persevere, be gritty, and work through difficult challenges that life brings them.
  • Create more problems for parents: if you don’t set healthy boundaries for your kids and raise them without any consequences, they’ll start abusing that. They’ll stay out as long as they want to, they’ll stop studying for school subjects that don’t interest them, and they won’t do any chores. You can’t let your kids do whatever they want UNTIL they learn how to become independent and responsible.
  • Give your kids too much, too early: if you let your kids party, do drugs, have unprotected sex and anything they want to do without supervision… Well, I don’t have to tell you that will create many problems for them. When they’re 18, they’ll think “is that all there is to life?” and likely become depressed, spoiled and lazy.
  • Raise spoiled kids that become spoiled parents: sadly, there are many “kids” that still live with their parents by the time they are 30, 40 or even 50. “That could never happen to me”, you’ll say… But if they aren’t independent and responsible, how will they make a living, let alone raise their own kids?

Now, I’m not saying you have to be harsh and firm all the time. Quite the opposite.

You need to learn how to get your kids to listen without yelling, set healthy boundaries AND teach them the vital skills to thrive throughout their lives.

You don’t ALWAYS have a “yelling problem”.

When you’re in a good mood, rested, full of energy and have enough time, you’re yelling very rarely.

If everything is running smoothly, there’s no need for yelling.

But when the conditions aren’t perfect – which is sadly too often – that’s when the yelling battles ensue.

When you’re in a hurry to get to work because you don’t want to miss an important meeting…

When you’re tired after a long day of work…

When you just want a few minutes of peace for yourself…

That’s when everything falls apart.

So, let me ask you – what have you tried so far to stop yelling?

And what actually worked?

It’s not your fault that you’re still yelling at your kids.

If you’re like most parents, you’ve tried one or more of these 6 approaches.

And if you’re like most parents, they didn’t work for you.

Here’s why:

  1. Trying not to yell: Good intentions fall apart when your patience gets tested, you’re tired, or you have a bad day.
  2. Calming and breathing techniques: Only build up the anger inside of you, which eventually bursts out in even bigger yelling battles. Plus, you don’t really have an hour a day to meditate, do you?
  3. Removing yourself from the situation: Doesn’t work because you can’t leave your kids alone in public, and when you’re in a hurry and don’t have an hour to “calm down”.
  4. Relying on your partner to calmly resolve the situations: If they’re not around, if they’re too strict / too soft, if they have a bad day… this just doesn’t work.
  5. Asking the nice way and repeating yourself: Puts your kids in a position of power, tests your patience and wastes hours and hours of your precious time.
  6. Threats and punishments: Make you feel guilty, become less and less effective over time, don’t work if you don’t follow through and make you feel like a terrible parent.

Typical counter-yelling advice you’ll find on the internet like “count to ten”, “just calm yourself down” and “treat your kids respectfully” sounds good in theory, but just doesn’t work in practice.

You know it, or you wouldn’t be reading this page.

Why I never yelled at a kid – EVER

Parents are in disbelief when I tell them I NEVER yelled at a kid.

I’m Marko Juhant, and I’ve been working with kids for the past 40 years.

I come from Slovenia (small country in Europe), which is why you might not have heard of me yet.

I started out as a teacher in a school campus…

Quickly graduated to a principal position at a school for “challenging” kids…

And believe me, the kids tried EVERYTHING to make me yell.

They threw things at me, yelled at me, tried to manipulate me…

marko Juhant in the forest

They could never make me yell.

I have two kids of my own as well – and I never yelled at them either.

Then, when other principals saw that I could help them stop yelling as well, they invited me to host workshops for teachers and parents at their schools.

Right now, I do about 500 workshops every year, where I help teachers and parents with their unique challenges – even though I’m in my 60s.

Marko Juhant parenting class

When parents at workshops started asking me to give them something they could read at home, I started writing books.

I ended up writing 16 parenting books, most of which topped the national bestseller lists in Slovenia and competed with titles like Harry Potter.

Book stack Marko Juhant

Over the past 40 years, more than 100,000 parents and teachers read my books or listened to my lectures.

Which is quite a few, since my country Slovenia only has about 800,000 parents.

Articles about Marko Juhnat

This created a ripple effect throughout Europe.

All of a sudden, journalists from Croatia, Italy, Austria, Germany and Switzerland started interviewing me, and parents and teachers from all over Europe started reaching out to me for help.

I wanted to help – so I learned new languages just to be able to share my knowledge with them.

Marko Juhant on YouYube

Over the years, I also worked with over 1,000 European families 1on1 that came to me as “their light at the end of the tunnel”.

I came into their home, worked with the parents and kids for a week, and solved their challenges.

“How is life without yelling possible?”

First, it was never an option for me.

When I worked as a school principal, I had clear instructions that I was not to yell at a kid unless their life was in danger.

It wasn’t an acceptable practice.

So, rather than ignoring it (which couldn’t be said for other people in my position), I learned to work within that boundary.

I had to get creative and find ways to get kids to listen without yelling.

So I did.

Second, I didn’t have to.

I have two kids of my own, who are now grown ups.

But my wife and I never yelled at them.


Simply because we didn’t have to.

We knew the steps to follow to avoid yelling battles, and we successfully resolved situations without yelling.

And you can too, with the approach I’m about to share with you.

How the no-yelling tools were born

I discovered this no-yelling approach because of the “no-yelling rule” I followed throughout my career.

Since yelling was never an option, I always had to find another way. And I did.

I developed it while working with challenging kids for over 40 years – in schools, kindergartens, and homes all over Europe.

I spent thousands of hours learning from my mentors. Reading all sorts of different books on parenting, psychology and life.

I tested thousands of different approaches to see what works and what doesn’t.

Over time, I developed my own no-yelling toolbox that helped me predictably get kids to listen without yelling.

And today, I’m going to share it with you.

No-yelling tools: The no-yelling cure that nobody talks about

No-yelling tools are psychological techniques that get your kid’s attention and make them cooperate with you without raising your voice.

They’re simple, effective, and easy to use.

With them, you’ll never have to repeat yourself.

You’ll never have to yell or raise your voice.

Because you’ll always know exactly what to do instead – and because you won’t need to.

To help you raise your kids without yelling, I developed a complete no-yelling toolbox that helps you avoid the major yelling battles.

You’ll effortlessly use them when it’s time to:

  • Listen to you
  • Follow your instructions
  • Wake up and go to school
  • Brush teeth ang go to bed
  • Get out of the house and run errands
  • Finish play, take out the trash and clean up the room
  • Study and do homework
  • …and in many many other situations.

And today, I’m thrilled to share them with you.

I combined the best no-yelling tools into a 28-Day No-Yelling Parenting Challenge that was already taken by 3.000+ Slovenian parents who no longer yell at their kids.

Then, after more and more of them asked me if I had something that wasn’t in my native Slovenian language that they could send to their English speaking friends and partners, I gave in.

I translated these tools to English, and sent them to hundreds of teachers and parents all over the world.

They were blown away by them, told me they stopped yelling by using these tools within DAYS, and pressured me to share them with more people.

So I did. And today, you’ll be able to experience the magic of no-yelling tools as well.

Without further ado, I’d like to invite you into…

Join thousands of “no-yelling” parents

This 28-day challenge was tested by over 3,000 parents.

Here’s what some of them said about it:

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“I use the tips from the first five days all the time. I even printed them out and put them on my wall, so they serve as a great reminder. It feels good to not have to yell!”

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“There’s no more needless yelling in our family. I love this program so much, because I finally know what to do and say instead of raising my voice. My favorite technique is from day 2 – that’s when I already reduced my yelling by 90%!”

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“I finally feel in control again. This challenge helped me raise my kid without being disrespectful to him. He calms down faster, I calm down faster and maintain boundaries more easily. Parenting is finally fun for me again!”

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“We used to struggle with bad behavior and chores… But since I started using the no-yelling tools, my two boys are completely different. I don’t yell anymore, I don’t lose my cool, and my kids do what I ask them to do. It’s really a great program, it’s super practical and I can use the tips right away!”

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I can stay calm and collected in situations when I’d usually blow up. No need to yell anymore!”

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I love the tools and quick and easy instructions. Especially as a busy working mom of three kids who has little time. This is exactly what I was looking for!”

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“This challenge opened my eyes… I had no idea I could raise my kids so easily, without yelling. They should teach us this in school!”

Who is the 28-day challenge right for?

The challenge is right for you if…

  • You’re a yelling parent: if you want your kids to listen to you without yelling… This challenge is for you.
  • You’re a teacher: whether you work in a kindergarten, primary school or high school… This challenge is perfect for you. The no-yelling tools were tried and tested in thousands of classrooms all over the world.
  • You work with kids: it doesn’t matter if you’re a football coach or a school counselor – you can use the no-yelling tools to save your vocal cords.

The challenge is NOT right for you if you’re not willing to take 5 minutes a day over the 28 days to try the tools.

Without your effort, there will unfortunately be no change in the kids’ behavior.

Stop yelling in 28 days – or get your money back

I know this challenge will work for you. I’ve seen it transform thousands of families all over the world.

That’s why I’m backing it up with a no-questions-asked 90-day money back guarantee.

If the challenge doesn’t absolutely exceed your expectations, send me an e-mail at and my team will return your full investment.

No questions asked!

Limited time offer: Join the challenge for $1/day

The parents I work with me 1on1 pay me thousands of dollars to spend a single week with their kids.

Schools that hire me for workshops also pay thousands of dollars for a single workshop.

But here’s the thing: While I have a 6-month waiting list of 1on1 clients, I do want every parent in the world to have the opportunity to raise their kids without yelling, without breaking the bank.

That’s why I’m not charging you thousands, or even hundreds of dollars for this program.

Right now you can get access to it for just $47.

So, if you want to stop yelling at your kids today…

Frequently Asked Questions

Program consists of short lessons in textual form. You will receive one lesson each day, containing one no-yelling tool. As if receiving one chapter of a book.

Since you will receive lessons via email, you can of course read them anytime and anywhere you wish. I advise you to read them in the morning and try to use them in the same day when they are still fresh in your memory.

Once you receive the lessons, they are yours to keep. You will be able to return to them anytime, read them again and as many times as you want. You can also print them out and save them in physical form or make visual reminders out of them to help you stay consistent.

You do not need any additional application such as Zoom for the program, as you will receive daily lessons in the form of emails.

Of course, you keep these emails forever. You can read them anywhere and anytime, whenever it suits you best.

The contents of the 28-day program are intended for parenting of children of all ages. These are proven parenting techniques that work way better than yelling, regardless of the age of the children. Some also work with adults!

I totally agree with you. Your children are different from all others. And this is really not a bad thing! It just means that they are predictable in some way and that the methods will work for them as they work for most other children.

The parenting techniques I will share with you are based on the psychological patterns and responses of many of the children I have worked with and observed in my 40 year career. Regardless of their personality and special characteristics, some things remain the same and work. They are humain. In the nature of all of us.

Therefore, I am sure that you will also learn something new, that you will better understand your child and that you will gain new educational approaches and techniques that will make parenting easier and more successful.

Of course! You can order the program and them e-mail us at to transform ownership to the person you want to gift it to.

If you are not satisfied with the program, please notify us at within 90 days of purchase and get your money back.

Please just review and actually try to use the content in practice.

Join The 28-day No-Yelling Parenting Challenge TODAY!

By joining the challenge, you’ll get access to:

  • 28 no-yelling tools that will help you stop yelling at your kids;
  • 28 daily 5-minute e-mails that will help you raise your kids in a calm, respectful way;
  • concrete instructions that will help you start using the no-yelling tools the same day;
  • practical examples from real-world situations that every parent can relate to;
  • daily reminders that will help you stay on track and become a better parent every day.

In other words – everything you’ll need to stop yelling in 28 days.

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