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Peaceful Parent, Happy Siblings Chapter 1

Peaceful Parent, Happy Siblings – Introduction and Chapter 1 Discussion

Five kids between the ages of two and fourteen (with various personalities, needs, interests and human intricacies), one mom (my age doesn’t matter much, but dealing with my baggage makes all of the difference and this is a process for sure). This is my current reality. The need for Dr. Laura Markham’s new book Peaceful […]

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The Sixty Second Shift - An Alternative Approach to Blowing Up and Shutting Down

The Sixty Second Shift – An Alternative Approach to Blowing Up or Shutting Down

How could it be possible to shift your parenting experience in as little as sixty seconds? Simply by accessing the ability to choose while utilizing your imagination, you can open the door for change in the moment and in your relationship with your child (or yourself). Preparation: Begin taking whole body pictures when things are […]

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Mindfulness for Children: Exercises for Emotional Regulation & Focus

Have you ever had one of those moments where your child is emotionally distraught beyond your ability to soothe (or be present with), you both end up frustrated and you wish you had some way to stop this from happening ever again? Like, really, some way to consistently meet these experiences and at the same time […]

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40 Day Meditation Challenge for Parents

40 Day Meditation Challenge – Just to See What Happens

40 Days, Every Day, Meditation – and Parenting Possible? Yes! Can meditation really benefit you? Double yes! How can a daily practice help your parenting? Join the 40 Day Meditation Challenge for Parents to find out. I could list a bunch of benefits to try and convince you (some of which you can find here), but I’ll be […]

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Natural Parents Network: 7 Steps to Stop Arguing and Start Collaborating

7 Steps to Stop Arguing and Start Collaborating at Natural Parents Network

Do you ever find yourself in the run around of arguing with someone you love? I do and it leads me nowhere – in a hurry. Recently, I’ve been implementing three strategies to problem solving in my family. The first option is having a peaceful, solution focused discussion and that means to stop arguing and […]

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