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Dr. Laura Markham
Making the world a better place one family at a time by supporting parents.....Author of Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids & Peaceful Parent, Happy Siblings
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"A man never stands as tall as when he kneels to help a child." - Knights of Pythagoras
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Does Saying “Good Job!” Lead to Challenging Behavior? via
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Want to stop the fighting and raise friends for life?
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How (and When) To Apologize To Your Child
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This mother's description of her tween son's brain is a must-read for all parents. via
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I'm so happy you enjoyed it! Thank you for sharing!>: Great blog and insights on Fatherhood
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Nature Is the Best Teacher for Life's Hard Lessons via
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Thank you so much!>: Why do kids need routines? Because routines give them a sense of security and help them develop self-discipline.
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"We are continually faced with a series of great opportunities brilliantly disguised as insoluble problems." - John W. Gardner
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“A child whose cries have been answered and whose emotional needs have been met, and who has not been taxed by having to handle feelings of hurt, pain or fright when she is too young, grows up with a high level of self-esteem.” – Selma Fraiberg
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Becoming Brave: Help Your Child Move Past Fear via
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How (and When) To Apologize To Your Child -
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What makes a happy kid? Peaceful parenting!
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Playing with Your Child: Games for Connection and Emotional Intelligence
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I want to be a more present mama via
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Thank you so much!>: Why Kids Blame and Lash Out -- and How To Help Them
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Five Ways to Foster Self-Esteem in Kids via
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Thank you for sharing!!>: For some parents, bedtime is a nightly battle. Don’t give up hope. There are plenty of parents in the same boat. Here are some helpful techniques you can try.
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"Each generation has been an education for us in different ways. The first child-with-bloody- nose was rushed to the emergency room. The fifth child-with- bloody-nose was told to go to the yard immediately and stop bleeding on the carpet." -- Art Linkletter
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