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Run To You

Run To You

“One day your child will make a mistake or a bad choice and run to you instead of away from you and in that moment you will know the immense value of peaceful, positive, respectful, parenting.” – L.R. Knost I begin my private coaching sessions by...
The Messiness of Parenting

The Messiness of Parenting

“Treating children with respect teaches them, ‘You are seen and loved in all of your states of being: joyful, angry, chaotic, unsure.'” -Sarah Rosensweet As peaceful parents we try to always treat our children with respect.  We listen to them. We ask...
When They’re Really Difficult…

When They’re Really Difficult…

“Unconditional love matters most when children are not being easy to be with.” – Alfie Kohn  This is one of the hardest things we experience as parents: staying loving when our child is being really difficult.   It’s so important though! Not only...
Measure All Limit Setting Against This

Measure All Limit Setting Against This

“Before setting a limit or correcting, pause and think. Ask yourself, “Is this a health or safety concern? Does it harm people or property?” – Sarah Rosensweet   So many parents ask me, “How do I know which limits to set?”  This...
Permissive or Peaceful?

Permissive or Peaceful?

“Welcoming our child’s big feelings is crucial for healthy emotional development.” -Sarah Rosensweet  I was speaking with a client the other day who was needing some reminders about WHY she is choosing to parent peacefully.   During a vacation with some extended...
Your #1 Parenting Tool

Your #1 Parenting Tool

Empathy and validation don’t mean that we agree with the child or condone everything they do; it’s simply an effort to understand and accept the child’s perspective. Emotions don’t become entrenched when they’re validated. In fact, they tend to lighten” -WIlliam...

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