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Connection & choices create a peaceful home

Connection & choices create a peaceful home

Do you feel a sense of harmony in your home? Creating a peaceful home with children can be challenging.  Often parent and child have opposing needs. Children have strong emotions without the ability to handle them.  Parents become tired and overwhelmed by the demands of daily life and the attention that children require. The parent and child struggle often looks like a chaotic whirlwind in which each is struggling with attention, control, emotions, exhaustion, and incompatibility. There are ways to calm the storm.  Two strategies can make your home more peaceful tomorrow: Firstly, by developing the relationship with your child ...

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Positive Parenting in the teen years & before

Positive Parenting in the teen years & before

The teen years are notoriously challenging for parents, but it is possible to have an adolescent who is responsible, considerate, and shows good judgment. Your teen is guaranteed to make some mistakes– after all, they aren’t a mature adult yet, and we adults make plenty of mistakes. But positive parenting can make the teen years more positive—for everyone! The teen years Teenage years are about making a transition into adulthood, so your child’s job is to find their sea legs as a person, to shape their own identity and to determine what’s important to them. If you have a warm, ...

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Are your thoughts & language directly affecting your child’s response to you?

Are your thoughts & language directly affecting your child’s response to you?

Parenting Law of Attraction Have you ever considered that…the language we use, the thoughts we have about our children and the action we take are a direct link to the behaviour we get back?  The Law of Attraction states that: ‘I attract to myself, whatever I give my focus, attention, or thoughts to; whether wanted or unwanted’ or the way Ilike to think of it: ‘What we give most thought to is what we get back’ So when it comes to your children, your relationships and your family…What are you giving most thought and attention to? Is it that: The ...

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