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Great advice to parents  #MindfulMondays -- Sometimes in our fear and frustration - we end up sending unintentional messages to our kids. We tell them what we think of them instead of how we feel about what's happened and what we need or what we would like to happen next.  Demanding or insisting does not make them receptive to learning but only builds walls. Sharing your needs and preferences increases cooperation.

Want to Change Your Child's Behavior? Share Your Needs.

This Mom Grows Up!: Move Forward: Build Habits for the Future

Mindful Mondays: Help kids calm by staying close.

How to Talk to Kids

Yes to connecting words

https://www.pinterest.com/teachthrulove/compassionate-communication-tips/

5 Secrets to Building More Influence With Kids

Mindful Mondays: Combative energy gets in the way.

Parent gently in spite of outside pressures and in spite of Selfish Parenting enthusiasts.

I love this. A beautiful piece on listening to your child. I will listen anyway. I will not demand.

Parenting tips! Create enforceable limits by chaining what you say. Less complaining and more cooperation from your kids. This is a great parenting technique based on Love and Logic.

How to Get Your Kids to Behave Without Yelling: Enforceable Limits

Parenting tips! Create enforceable limits by chaining what you say. Less complaining and more cooperation from your kids. This is a great parenting technique based on Love and Logic.

Find clarity and peace with these tools for wiping out the worries and creating habits that help kids thrive.

Chart to help parents decide what kind of help is appropriate on a school project. Free printable version too!

Parents: Please Don't Do Your Kids' Projects

Chart to help parents decide what kind of help is appropriate on a school project. Free printable version too! This would be great to add to a parent newsletter from the school or on the school website!

TEACH through Love: Helping Kids Heal from Traumatic Events

Helping Kids Heal from Traumatic Events

Does your child have persistent thoughts of scary memories? Re-tell the story and change the ending.

#MindfulMondays Developing maturity is about repetition and relief.  Repetition happens when we practice moving through strong impulses and overwhelming emotions.  Relief happens when we feel that we have the support and/or the tools to move through a situation.

Development Takes Time, Repetition & Relief

TEACH through Love: Development Takes Time, Repetition & Relief

Handout from Love and Logic on How to Use #Choices to reduce power struggles and build a stronger relationship with your #child. #Parenting.

Handout from Love and Logic on How to use choices to reduce power struggles and build a stronger relationship with your child. I took love and logic class and loved it

#MindfulMondays http://www.teach-through-love.com/how-to-talk-to-kids.html

How to Talk to Kids

How to talk to kids using peaceful conflict resolution strategies to calm aggressive behavior in children.

TEACH through Love: No Rules for Conscious Parents

No Rules for Conscious Parents

Conscious Parenting is Not a Set of Rules - via Lori Petro of Teach Through Love

#MindfulMondays Noisy Car Trips http://http://www.teach-through-love.com/how-to-talk-to-kids.html

How to Talk to Kids

When we feel understood, we can hear and process NEW information. It's not about scripts, exact words, or all-or-nothing choices, nor should our goal be "making kids obey.

Mindful Mondays: Limits don't have to be punitive.

Helping you become the calm, confident parent you've always wanted to be - and the one your child deserves - through conscious parenting inspiration, education, and support.

#MindfulMondays Just listen, don't try and persuade your kids away from their feelings.

How to Talk to Kids

Connecting vs Disconnecting Words to use with your child

MINDFUL MONDAYS: When your child is having difficulty - there is not something to "fix" there is something to "know.

MINDFUL MONDAYS: When your child is having difficulty - there is not something to "fix" there is something to "know." - Lori Petro TEACH through Love.

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