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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 Mastery Classes” for coaching and teaching the courses they offer.  I”m busy working on […]

By |February 12th, 2014|Ages 0-3, Ages 13-18, Ages 4-7, Ages 8-12, Big Kids, Blog, Boys, Consequences, FAPQ, Fighting, Girls, Listening, Positive Parenting|Comments Off on What I Learned About Tone of Voice and Parenting

“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. As all parents often do, I find myself wondering where the all the time […]

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

Parental Involvement in School Projects: Too Much of a Good Thing

Some parents do their kids' projects and homework for them because they want to help, but it's actually hindering their kids' learning. How much help is too much?

By |February 28th, 2013|Blog, Positive Parenting, School|Comments Off on Parental Involvement in School Projects: Too Much of a Good Thing

5 Keys to Successful Co-Parenting

Co-parenting is the situation when after divorce or separation, two parents share responsibility for the child(ren)'s upbringing. As you can well imagine, this can be complicated and difficult. It’s hard enough for married couples to agree on how to raise a child. How much more when both parties live apart and possibly do not get along? Pamela Layug Laney outlines how she made co-parenting work for her and her ex-husband.

By |October 19th, 2012|Blog, Positive Parenting|Comments Off on 5 Keys to Successful Co-Parenting

Susie Walton on Mutual Respect

When it comes to respect, you get what you give! Susie Walton speaks about how she was able to achieve mutual respect with each of her four children-- and she shares how other parents can do the same!

By |October 16th, 2012|Big Kids, Blog, Little Kids, Positive Parenting|Comments Off on Susie Walton on Mutual Respect

True Parenting Goals

Often we get bogged down by our everyday parenting challenges (bedtime, homework, chores, curfew, etc.) that we forget that the bigger picture is actually of our kids as ADULTS! How is what we do as parents today really helping to shape our children's tomorrows? Jeff Everage talks about what he wants for his kids, and how he plans on delivering.

By |October 12th, 2012|Big Kids, Blog, Little Kids, Positive Parenting|Comments Off on True Parenting Goals

Sanando heridas familiares a través de la visualización

hay una gran cantidad de energía en la visualización. Si puede ver algo mentalmente, puede convertirse en una realidad. Nuestro curso le invita a visualizar la familia de sus sueños para que pueda empezar a trabajar para él. La instructora de Peace In Your Home, Carmen Adame, comparte una historia personal sobre cómo el curso, reorientando la conducta de niños, la ayudo a ella y a sus hijos a sanar viejas heridas y a construir nuevos puentes de comunicación.

By |October 2nd, 2012|Blog, Positive Parenting|Comments Off on Sanando heridas familiares a través de la visualización

Acknowledging the Step Parent

Blended families and stepfamilies are about as complicated as families can get. But when things go smoothly, it has everything to do with wonderful, nurturing, open stepmothers and stepfathers. Our writer shares how her family chooses to celebrate the Step Parent.

By |October 2nd, 2012|Blog, Positive Parenting|Comments Off on Acknowledging the Step Parent

Healing Family Wounds through Visualization

There is so much power in visualization. If you can see something you want in your mind’s eye, it can become a reality. Our parenting course encourages you to visualize the family of your dreams so you can begin to work towards it. Peace In Your Home Instructor Carmen Adame shares a personal story about how Redirecting Children’s Behavior has helped her and her children heal old wounds and build new bridges.

By |October 1st, 2012|Blog, Kids' Environment, Positive Parenting|Comments Off on Healing Family Wounds through Visualization

My Mom Took a Parenting Course: The Impact of Redirecting Children’s Behavior on a Teen’s Life

Every day we hear from parents whose lives have been transformed by taking a live or online parenting course. What do the kids have to say about it? Do the children see any improvements in their lives? We talk to Redirecting Children's Behavior Instructor Carmen Adame and her teenaged daughter to find out!

By |September 26th, 2012|Big Kids, Blog, Positive Parenting|Comments Off on My Mom Took a Parenting Course: The Impact of Redirecting Children’s Behavior on a Teen’s Life