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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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The Best Peaceful Parenting “One-Liners”

The Best Peaceful Parenting “One-Liners”

I knew early on with our kids, that I didn’t want to rely on punishments and rewards. But this created a problem in my parenting. Knowing what you DON’T want to do is NOT the same as knowing what TO do. I still had to learn–or relearn–how to remove the threats and...

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Good Parenting During Stressful Holidays – Dayna Abraham

Good Parenting During Stressful Holidays – Dayna Abraham

I was talking to another mom this morning. She was stressed. Her work hours doubled in the past month. She’s juggling work and also homeschooling both her young children. Her oldest child is transgender and is transitioning to different pronouns, way of dressing and...

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Parenting without perfectionism – Mercedes Samudio

Parenting without perfectionism – Mercedes Samudio

Recently we talked with Mercedes Samudio, an LCSW, parent coach, speaker, and bestselling author who started the #EndParentShaming movement and coined the term Shame-Proof Parenting. We talked about parenting without shame and how to create a family vision with our...

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Avoid over-helping 2E kids – Dr. Tina Payne Bryson

Avoid over-helping 2E kids – Dr. Tina Payne Bryson

We had the pleasure of sitting down with Dr. Tina Bryson recently. She has co-authored several books with Dr. Dan Siegel including the Whole-Brain Child. We asked Tina about something that is on a lot of parent’s minds... How can parents find the right balance between...

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How to comfort an upset child – Dr. Dan Siegel

How to comfort an upset child – Dr. Dan Siegel

As I sat down to write to you, I got a text message from a mom. “I am struggling with my daughter’s temper and even more, my own temper.” Recently we sat down with Dr. Daniel Siegel. We asked him... How do we help kids tune in to what they feel and RECOVER from their...

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