Positive Parenting Blog

Positive Parenting Blog

Jacky & Raff and the Language of YES: Read Aloud

I had such an amazing time reading Jacky & Raff and the Language of YES with Dr. Joanette, and I’m sure your children will love it, too!  Jacky & Raff and the Language of YES is the perfect book for preschoolers and young readers to encourage positive thinking, positive communication, inclusion,

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Fearless, Guiltless, Shameless – Parenting Beyond Coercion

The parenting sphere is overflowing with advice, most of it conflicting, so you go along with what the majority suggest, hope for the best and keep winging it. But when nothing changes, we soon realize that we cannot get a different result by continuing to repeat the same actions. Fear-less,

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5 Things NOT to Say to your Child

Saying the right thing to your children ALL THE TIME is impossible, but knowing what you shouldn’t say to your children in certain situations is key to building a long-lasting relationship that empowers the future without damaging the present.  As a Positive Parenting consultant and as a parent myself, I

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FACT: Most Parents Aren’t Happy

Most parents aren’t happy; and it’s a fact. But this being the present, doesn’t mean it’s necessarily the future. It definitely wasn’t so in the past. But everything changed some seven thousand years ago.  Nomad life, the naturally flexible social structure governed by connection and equality to aid human survival

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How to Use Storytelling to Help Calm those TANTRUMS

How to Use Storytelling to Help Calm those TANTRUMS

As positive parents, we don’t want to yell, lecture, force apologies, shame, guilt, or generate fear-driven actions.  We want to teach our young human beings to process their feelings, understand where they are coming from, and inspire them to find empowering coping strategies from within their hearts and souls.   One

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