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  1. Ask the Experts
    Too often, we tell our children what they can't do when they are mad! No hitting, no pushing your brother, and no swearing! However, children think in the "can do" creative stage, not the "can't do" of more non-tangible abstract thinking stage. We need to brainstorm with our families and put...
  2. Baby
    Chalk another benefit of gentle parenting up, as scientists recently discovered that even young babies can recognize anger in their mothers, and their brain's response is developed earlier than previously thought. There's a new reason for mothers to practice gentle parenting and focus on...
  3. Judy Arnall
    Hi Everyone: I can't find a forum for this, but would love to start one. Parenting With Patience - kids, partner and everyone else! Today, I spent a frustrating 3 hours on the phone with UPS whose website had a glitch that wouldn't allow me to send to a 5 digit zip code (!!!) It seems funny...
  4. The Childhood Years
    <p>Hello!  I'm looking for book recommendations--or even just some tips and techniques, if you have them!--regarding DS, 7, and learning to handle anger.  He's highly sensitive and very emotional, and we're looking for some guidance for helping him roll with disappointment, control his emotions...
  5. Green Goods
    Last week at Mothering Outside the Lines I resolved to improve my marriage. Part of having a happier marriage, I think, is learning how to express negative emotions to your spouse in a way that he or she can hear. If we yell and accuse (Exhibit A. That would be me) we just make our partners...
  6. Green Goods
      Though you may indulge in it often, pipe smoking is NOT good for your health either To kick off the New Year here at Mothering Outside the Lines, we've been talking about relationships and how to improve them. Ask a mom if things are going well in her marriage. Chances are, she'll...
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