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Sarah Rosensweet May 6
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Sarah Rosensweet Apr 16
If you are like most parents, you respond to aggression by saying (or yelling!) “Stop hitting me!” or “No kicking!” or “I can listen to you when you stop screaming in my face.” Understandable responses- but you might actually be perpetuating the...
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Sarah Rosensweet Apr 15
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Sarah Rosensweet Apr 14
Due to the prolific and intense nature of brain growth in the early years, toddlers face lots of emotional and behavioral challenges – all of which require extra support.
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Sarah Rosensweet Apr 13
New baby? Great tips!
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Sarah Rosensweet Apr 12
Recently my oldest teenage son spent a good chunk of his weekend shovelling and moving earth by the wheelbarrow-fulls for a landscaping project. A neighbour with a similar aged son took me aside to ask how we got our son to do that- did...
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Sarah Rosensweet Apr 11
Parents are often advised to ignore mild eye rolling but to crack down on real disrespect. But how do you know the difference? What does cracking down look like and is that effective? Should you really strategically ignore mouthy behavior, from a...
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Sarah Rosensweet Apr 9
This article has so many great points in it. Almost most interesting though is that the author seems unaware of the connection between anxiety and perfectionism. (and unaware of her own anxiety!)...
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Sarah Rosensweet Apr 8
This pause, this reflection, this opportunity to respond in a different way- this is the beginning of healing our broken places. Want more support? Check out my free Stop Yelling At Your Kids course.
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Sarah Rosensweet Apr 7
or, how to prevent anxiety! :)
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Sarah Rosensweet Apr 7
Helpful article about the stages of brain development. When we know more about what’s going on with our kids, it’s a lot easier to deal with!
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Sarah Rosensweet Apr 5
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Sarah Rosensweet Apr 4
Every time our child ‘pushes our buttons’ it’s an opportunity to look at an old wound/hurt/issue. What is it about “you’re the meanest mommy in the world!” that makes you feel like ACTUALLY being the...
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Sarah Rosensweet Apr 3
“Some days, parenting a toddler feels a bit like navigating a field of landmines, while balancing a tray of full champagne glasses on one hand and wearing boots three sizes too big…with your eyes closed.” :)
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Sarah Rosensweet Apr 3
Easy parenting tip if you have a new baby, or your child has been particularly needy (or both!)
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Sarah Rosensweet Apr 1
When I discovered love languages, I realized that my husband and I showed and felt love in different ways. Paying attention to our love languages made a huge difference. This is a fantastic article that will help you understand any relationship you...
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Sarah Rosensweet Mar 31
“If we let the goal of having happy kids shape our parenting decisions, we get into all sorts of hot water. Trying to make your kids happy is not only unrealistic, but it can get in the way of the development of resilience and...
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Sarah Rosensweet Mar 30
“Do you know that the one thing that most protects our teens from smoking and drug use, violence and pregnancy, and dropping out of school? It’s connection.”
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Sarah Rosensweet Mar 29
This is something I’ve always wondered about!
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Sarah Rosensweet Mar 28
For those of us who feel a little “play challenged.”
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