How to Get Kids To Listen Without Yelling

How to Get Kids To Listen Without Yelling

Many parents I work with confess to yelling at their kids upwards of ten times a day. Parents say they do this most of all because they want their children to listen but they get zero cooperation. When promises, pleading and threats no longer work, yelling can feel like the only option. Especially if time is … Continue reading »

5 Questions to Ask Before Holding or Letting a Limit Go

5 Questions to Ask Before Holding or Letting a Limit Go

Setting effective limits instead of using punishment when children misbehave. There are times when setting a limit is necessary to help a child understand what is safe, acceptable and welcomed behavior. Sometimes children will challenge limits, cry, protest or otherwise express how upset they feel about a limit. This is alright.  Other times, you may originally want … Continue reading »

Clingy Toddlers are Not Spoiled

Clingy Toddlers are Not Spoiled

Toddler brains are just not mature enough to really know safe from unsafe just yet. Not even at age three or five are children’s brains fully mature enough to really respond well to distress, real or imagined. Clingy toddlers, don’t cling forever. When reassured, loved, and cared for in this stage, toddlers may blossom into confident, capable, happy children. Continue reading »

20 Ways To Really See the World Through Your Child’s Eyes

20 Ways To Really See the World Through Your Child’s Eyes

How to Mindfully Recharge your Parental Empathy Bank Parenting has the potential to deplete us of all energy and form, leaving us feeling fatigued, confused, frustrated and overwhelmed. There are days when parenting can deplete us so profoundly that it becomes exceedingly difficult to see past our immediate day to day needs. During times like … Continue reading »

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