"...As with most things, what you choose to do...can lead to either greater connection or further disconnection. I'm happy to report that there is a peaceful solution!"Read More
...and I can now offer local call-in numbers for more than 55 countries!!! So, if you are wanting to take the class and you live in, for instance, Argentina, I've got an Argentinian number you can use to call in. How cool is that?!
And, I have (as I just said) four new class times/dates. There's a:
- Saturday morning class (starting June 27th).
- Monday evening class (starting June 29th).
- Tuesday morning class (starting June 30th).
- Wednesday evening class (starting July 1st).
Click one of those links, above, to learn more about the class and to get registered.
As always, parenting partners attend for one tuition, not two. And, if the classes you see don't fit your scheduling needs, let me know what your scheduling needs are, and we'll see what we can work out. Just send me an email using this link.
It's a WordPress blog, and folks send in questions and I answer 'em. It's that simple, really.
In the heat of an extremely tense moment...when you are feeling stressed out, at your wit’s end, like you’re just about to explode… When you feel like you have No More Capacity for patience…
...Asking this important question and remaining alert for a good answer...and taking the steps it takes to create a durable plan (and, recognizing when it needs to be refined and being willing to go back to the drawing board), that's how you turn an ideal into a workable reality.Read More
This is germane to peaceful parenting and preventing child abuse because we hold and made decisions based on the stories we believe about what we have to do, which could prevent and interfere with much of the spontaneous joy our children wish to bring to us!Read More
...expectations can be major friction points in any relationship. In a parent-child relationship, friction points can cause an all-out firestorm. This kind of firestorm is actually quite preventable...Read More
This approach may take extra effort and patience on a parent's part, but it is time well spent in that it builds connection and defuses potentially volatile situations. The connection this approach builds is cumulative and things just get better and better and better.Read More