Are you moving away from traditional, “old school, authoritarian parenting, and want more ideas for doing things differently?
Do you have questions about your child’s behavior, is it normal, is it expected?
Are you struggling with wanting to control your child and want to find out new, more peaceful ways to interact, build family and connect?
Do you wonder how to get your spouse or other family members on board with peaceful parenting?
When I started my peaceful parenting journey many years ago, one of my go-to resources was Dr. Laura Markham AND I’m very excited to share with you that Dr. Laura Markham will be a guest here at the Positive Parenting Connection blog answering YOUR questions!!
What’s more, Dr. Laura has recently published a new book Peaceful Parents – Happy Kids How to Stop Yelling and Start Connecting and one lucky Positive Parenting Connection community member will receive a courtesy copy of the book!
Dr. Laura Markham trained as a Clinical Psychologist at Columbia University, but she’s also a mom, so she understands kids — and parents! She is the creator of AHA!Parenting a website full of fantastic articles, blog posts, questions and answers for parents that are looking for support with peaceful parenting.
So, do you have a question for Dr. Laura? Leave your question in the comments section – a few questions will be randomly selected from the comments section and the facebook community page and answered by Dr. Laura Markham right here on the blog on December 5th.
Looking forward to seeing your questions and Dr. Laura’s answers!!
Peace & Be Well,
***Questions for Dr. Laura are now closed. Be sure to check this POST for answers to a selection of the questions that were asked here and on our community facebook page!***
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