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Interviews with Parenting & Child Development Experts

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We’ve hand-selected some of the best parenting and child development experts in the industry to bring YOU helpful guidance for your parenting journey. These interviews are free for our subscribers. More are on the way!

Laura Markham

Dr. Laura Markham

Founder of Aha! Parenting, Clinical Psychologist, and Best Selling Author

In this interview, Dr. Laura Markham, best selling author and founder of Aha! Parenting, discusses siblings with Dandelion Seeds Positive Parenting. She addresses all stages of the sibling relationship, including how to

  • Foster a strong sibling bond with the new baby before baby even arrives
  • Introduce the older sibling to the new arrival in a way that fosters connection rather than competition
  • Support our children’s big feelings as they work through living together
  • Avoid the “label trap” as our children’s personalities emerge
  • Minimize sibling rivalry
  • Stay peaceful even when we’re struggling to do so
  • Encourage our children to have a peaceful and lifelong relationship with each other, as well

Dr. Markham’s tips encourage and inspire us to be our best selves as parents, thereby creating a peaceful existence for our children.

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Dr. Laura Markham is the author of Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids: How To Stop Yelling and Start Connecting, Peaceful ParentHappy Siblings: How To Stop the Fighting and Raise Friends for Life, and now her latest book, The Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids Workbook: Using mindfulness and connection to raise resilient, joyful children and rediscover your love of parenting.

Dr. Laura Markham earned her PhD in clinical psychology at Columbia University and has worked as a parenting coach with countless families across the world. Over 150,000 moms and dads enjoy Dr. Laura’s free weekly coaching posts via email. You can sign up on any page of her website, AhaParenting.com, which serves up Aha! Moments for parents of babies through teens. Dr. Laura’s aspiration is to change the world, one child at a time, by supporting parents. The proud mother of two thriving young adults who were raised with her peaceful parenting approach, she lives with her husband in New York.

Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D.

New York Times best-selling author

In this interview, Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D. and Sarah R. Moore of Dandelion Seeds Positive Parenting discuss Tina’s incredible new book, as well as several game-changing topics for both new and experienced parents. They discuss

  • The differences between attachment science and attachment parenting
  • How to foster healthy, secure attachment in our children
  • Discipline and what it really means
  • Self-soothing vs. co-regulation
  • Whether our kids will remember their early life experiences

They cover these and other topics you won’t want to miss. You can watch the video in its entirety or as stand-alone sections. Either way, you’ll see why Tina is truly an expert in her field – while you feel supported, encouraged, and empowered to parent well.

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From her website: Tina is a psychotherapist and the Founder/Executive Director of The Center for Connection in Pasadena, California. An LCSW, she graduated from Baylor University and earned her Ph.D. from the University of Southern California, where her research explored attachment science, childrearing theory, and the emerging field of interpersonal neurobiology. Dr. Bryson has an unusual knack for taking research and theory from various fields of science, and offering it in a way that’s clear, realistic, humorous, and immediately helpful. Learn more here.

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Sarah R. Moore

Sarah R. Moore

Sarah R. Moore is an internationally published writer and the founder of Dandelion Seeds Positive Parenting. You can follow her on FacebookPinterest, and Instagram. She’s currently worldschooling her family. Her glass is half full.

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