Welcome! You’ve come to the right place if you want to create a strong, loving relationship with your kids. You don’t have time to read all the books about brain science, child development and psychology. You’ve heard that studies show punishments and rewards are not effective in the long term. You feel lost when your kids melt down or when they don’t “play nicely”

Peace cannot be kept by force; it can only be achieved by understanding.

~ Albert Einstein

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Compassion or Competition – Which is Stronger?

As a compassionate parent do you feel like you have to justify or defend your parenting practices to others? Do other people, even family members and friends, watch with disapproval while you talk to your kids? Do people think your view of children is “too soft” or...

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4 Words to Create Connection (Even During Anger)

In our house, there are craft supplies covering the table, presents waiting to be wrapped, a tree that needs to be decorated and cards that need to be written. There is a heightened sense of gratitude, thinking of others, excitement and anticipation for time with...

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Being Present with Family in Tough Times

A couple of weeks ago I emailed a group of parents and asked what they did with their family to get centered in times of uncertainty. I heard back from so many of them, with heartfelt replies of extraordinary wisdom and courage, that I have to share! I heard from a...

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