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Parenting is About How We Respond

Parenting is About How We Respond

“Parenting isn’t about what our child does, but about how we respond. “- Dr. Laura Markham Sometimes all we can control is how we respond, this often more true than not with parenting! Trying times, lack of energy, and stress can really affect how we...
Focus on Repairing Not Apologizing

Focus on Repairing Not Apologizing

“Don’t force an apology, help your child make a repair.” – Sarah Rosensweet When we try to make our child apologize, we have to ask ourselves why. Is it so our child will learn a lesson? Is it because we are embarrassed? Either of those reasons for...
Unconditional Parents Strive to Avoid Battles

Unconditional Parents Strive to Avoid Battles

“Unconditional parents want to know how to do something other than threaten and punish. They don’t see their relationship with their children as adversarial so their goal is to avoid battles, not win them.” – Alfie Kohn What does it look like to have...
Misbehaviour is a Cry for Help

Misbehaviour is a Cry for Help

“All misbehaviour is a cry for help or connection. Respond to the need and the behaviour will change. “- Dr. Laura Markham As humans, our natural state is to be in harmonious connection with our loved ones. It’s how we ensure our survival as children. If...
Forced Sharing Creates Resentment

Forced Sharing Creates Resentment

“Forced sharing teaches your child to hold on tightly to things for at any moment they could be snatched away. “- Sarah Rosensweet In peaceful parenting, we suggest that children never have to share things that belong just to them. If a child is using...
When Your Child Pushes Your Buttons

When Your Child Pushes Your Buttons

“Any time your child pushes your buttons they’re showing you an unresolved issue from your own childhood. “- Dr. Laura Markham Wow, right? After helping thousands of parents, I see this over and over again.  One mom could hear, “You’re the meanest mom ever...