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Parenting Refelctions

Thoughts to support and inspire on this parenting journey

Selected quotes from Sarah and other thought leaders in the parenting space, with Sarah’s reflections on the meaning of each quote. 
Short and to the point, choose one to read and reflect on. Share any that resonate for you!

A Hug From Your Future

A Hug From Your Future

"Next time you find yourself in a standoff with your child, ask yourself, what would you do if you weren't afraid?" -Sarah Rosensweet I'm pretty...

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Your 3 Second Game Changer!

Your 3 Second Game Changer!

"Being a peaceful parent is letting your love for your child show on your face." -Sarah Rosensweet So often we mentally “check out” when we are...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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How To Be An Influencer

How To Be An Influencer

"Our strong relationship with our child is the most powerful way we can influence them" -Sarah Rosensweet A strong relationship and connection with...

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