Joline, a Singaporean mom who advocates for respectful parenting, shares some compassionate truths from her personal experience as a single mom for the past 2 years.
By Melissa Xuereb, Parent Coach at Parenting Takes Courage At the invitation of Sherry Yuan Hunter here at Sandwich Parenting, I will be writing a semi-regular blog about Empowered Parenting. This morning as the rain poured, Charlie, Olivia and I were leaving the house. Our car undercover was mostly surrounded by (attractive) puddles. The kidsContinue reading “Repairing Ruptures in Parent-Child Relationships”
Our remote control had been missing for over a week. Yup. It’s not an easy thing to live without I must admit and it was gone.
What should a parent think when their kids don’t need or want their approval anymore?
Do you remember as a kid when you watched the acrobats who would swing high in the air? How did they get so good!?
I believe that most of us have been parenting unconsciously. We think we are doings rationally and logically, but a lot of our interactions with our children are completely based on how we feel at the moment.
Dan Siegel explains why teenagers behave the way they do, why it’s okay, more importantly, how we can behave as parents!
Playful Parenting is a surprisingly powerful approach to creating better relationships and cooperation.
Starting and ending on hope, this parenting book explains the why and how of showing up is the only thing a parent needs to do.
Parenting from the Inside Out: How a Deeper Self-Understanding Can Help You Raise Children Who Thrive by Daniel J. Siegel and Mary Hartzell is a handbook for all parents, a must read!