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  1. Toddler & Child
    World peace... We may best know this as every beauty pageant contestant's pet answer to her interview question. The thought of a time when there will be no more war, prejudice, terrorism, and hate between peoples seems so far-fetched. But as much as we discount the attainability of the concept...
  2. Toddler & Child
    We say it all the time - it's important that we raise kind and caring children. But what does that look like? How can we do that? What steps can we take to make sure that our children live their lives caring for others as fellow humans? Here are some peaceful parenting tips that can help make...
  3. Toddler & Child
    Conflict is a part of life, and knowing how to resolve it peacefully an acquired skill. As children begin to have conflict within their friend groups, it's important to have tips for them to resolve conflict peacefully. My son is in first grade. It's still a grade where almost everyone is...
  4. Toddler & Child
    Peaceful parenting and gentle discipline may seem like a challenge, especially if you have a child that seems to stretch every boundary. Here are some important things to remember when parenting your argumentative child. I have an argumentative seven-year-old. He is bright; his logic astounds...
  5. Toddler & Child
    Parenting Hero is a new app that offers parents effective and respectful solutions to a variety of parenting challenges right at their fingertips. Created by tech startup Mythic Owl, with input from the authors of "How to Talk so Little Kids Will Listen: A Survival Guide to Life with Children...
  6. Toddler & Child
    Being a mother can be one of the most purposeful and rewarding roles in our lifetime. Although it brings us much joy and fulfillment, it also has its fair share of challenges. As parents we have so much responsibility, both in and outside of our home. Throughout the day we are pushed and...
  7. Family Life
    We've all been there - our little one has a meltdown of epic proportions and we look around, wondering who's judging us. One dad shared some wisdom worth remembering as he told the world that parenting shouldn't be based on what others think. When dad, Justin Baldoni, was out with his family...
  8. Family Life
    When you join your life to someone else's, you learn all their quirks. As time goes on, both of you grow and influence each other, and new traits emerge. Parenthood is a catalyst for all kinds of transformations. My husband and I met at eighteen years old. I was drawn to him because he balanced...
  9. Other
    For most parents, finding the right balance between setting appropriate limits while still allowing children to explore and learn is a work of art. New research suggests that harsh parenting can cause children to become overly reliant on their peers and ultimately drop out of school...
  10. Toddler & Child
    We want to teach our children how to survive and thrive as independent adults. We want our children to set goals and achieve success. Yet sometimes our children fail. Worry not - there is enormous value in failure. As adults, some degree of failure is inevitable and teaching children how to do...
  11. Family Life
    We all want to be good parents who raise good kids, but knowing where to begin can be tough. Breaking the cycle of harsh parenting can be even tougher. These 10 tips can help you stay on the path to peaceful parenting: 1. Nurture your newborn. Don't let anyone tell you that babies will be...
  12. Toddler & Child
    Though we all have it, children are especially gifted with an inner-knowing that guides them. Whether you call this intuition, energy, vibes, spirit, gut-feelings, inner-guide, or simply wisdom, the ability to feel and use it can be cultivated. Here are some ways to help your children trust...
  13. Green Goods
    As science increasingly demonstrates a link between emotional health and physical health, a study by the University of Florida - published in the journal PLOS ONE - found that some people are especially susceptible to the effects of discrimination based on their DNA. Researchers collected data...
  14. New Member Introductions
    Hello, I am a work from home mama to the most wonderful little 1 and half year old. I have spent most of the last 10 years, as an activist and counseling parents in peaceful/positive parenting. I am new, but love the community that is here already! I look forward to learning from you all and...
  15. Co-sleeping and the Family Bed
    Seeking more safety and security for your sleeping baby??? VISIT bedhugger.com. Product is made in America!
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