Three Parenting Principles I Learned from Navy SEAL Training

a few Navy SEAL principles that have stuck with me in my parenting. Watch the video below to learn the the three Navy SEAL fundamentals that can help you become refine your own parenting

By |March 14th, 2014|Categories: Blog|Comments Off on Three Parenting Principles I Learned from Navy SEAL Training

What I Learned About Tone of Voice and Parenting

Tone of Voice: A parent's key to knowing the meaning behind the words. Last weekend I took a coaching certification class offered at www.yourinfinitelylifeonline.com called Power/Empathy/Tone of Voice Concepts.  This is one of their “Advanced [...]

Using Screen Time to Teach Self-Management!

Peace In Your Home Co-Founder Susie Walton shares how to teach kids to manage their own screen time now, so they won't have to struggle with it when they're on their own in college! Using Screen [...]

By |January 17th, 2014|Categories: Ages 13-18, Ages 8-12, Blog|Tags: , |Comments Off on Using Screen Time to Teach Self-Management!

Tone – The Verbal Expression of Our Feelings

Pam Dunn writes in her soon-to-be published book that your tone of voice reveals how you are really feeling. Enjoy this excerpt from "It's Time to Look Inside- to see yourself and everyone through the lens of magnificence" and consider how your tone affects your children and parenting.

By |January 16th, 2014|Categories: Blog, Parenting Support|Comments Off on Tone – The Verbal Expression of Our Feelings

How to Handle Temper Tantrums

Handling Temper Tantrums Having a child throw a temper tantrum doesn't mean that he is "bad" or that you are a “bad” parent.  It’s just another way that your child is communicating to you.  Some [...]

By |October 3rd, 2013|Categories: Blog, Handling Misbehaviors|Comments Off on How to Handle Temper Tantrums

Peek Inside the Secret World of Boys: Masterminds & Wingmen, by Rosalind Wiseman

The New Rules of Boy World When I found out I was having a baby boy, I remember having very mixed emotions. On the one hand, I was disappointed. No ribbons, no ballet tutus, no [...]

By |September 26th, 2013|Categories: Blog, Boys|Comments Off on Peek Inside the Secret World of Boys: Masterminds & Wingmen, by Rosalind Wiseman

“My Favorite Age”: Loving Your Kids Where They’re At

Another summer vacation comes to a close, and in a few short days, my son Kevin begins a brand new school year.  He’ll be starting fifth grade this September, his last year in elementary school. [...]

By |August 26th, 2013|Categories: Big Kids, Blog, Courses, Featured, Little Kids, Positive Parenting|Comments Off on “My Favorite Age”: Loving Your Kids Where They’re At

How Prepared Is Your Family? 5 Must-Have Things for Emergency Preparedness

What are the odds of an emergency or a natural disaster happening??  Do you have the skills & knowledge to perform C.P.R and administer 1stAid should you be called upon? Are you prepared for an [...]

By |April 18th, 2013|Categories: Blog, Courses, Kids' Environment|Comments Off on How Prepared Is Your Family? 5 Must-Have Things for Emergency Preparedness

Food as Medicine: Handling Seizures with Nutrition

Peace In Your Home Co-Founder Jeff Everage shares his personal journey as a parent trying to find the answer to his son's medical condition. The answer didn't lie with medications, but with nutrition. Read on to see how he learned how to use food as medicine.

By |March 29th, 2013|Categories: Blog, Courses, Kids' Health|Comments Off on Food as Medicine: Handling Seizures with Nutrition