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  • Parenting Support (127)
  • Emotion Coaching (108)
  • Learning & Development (103)
  • Positive Parenting Core (101)
  • Character & Behavior (96)
  • Kids & Stress (93)
  • Positive Discipline (84)
  • Tricky Topics (64)
  • Motherhood (59)
  • Self Esteem & Confidence (51)
  • Playful Parenting (31)
  • Safety (27)
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Thrivers: 3 Key Reasons Parents Need Dr. Michele Borba's Wisdom Right This Second

In Thrivers, The Surprising Reasons Why Some Kids Struggle and Others Shine (available here), Michele Borba, ED, internationally renowned educational psychologist and bestselling author of Unselfie (here), explains the seven character traits that will safeguard children against adversity in this uncertain world. Dr. Borba encourages parents with common sense advice -- specifically, seven essential life […]
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This Is What Secure Attachment Looks Like

Although I'd heard this day was coming, today was the first time my daughter said, “I don’t love you, Mommy. In fact, I don’t even like you.”   She’s eight. I knew this moment was inevitable. In an odd way, I craved it, if only for the sake of wanting to get it over with. It’s […]
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Best Christmas Gifts for Kids 2021

If you're looking for the best Christmas gifts for kids 2021, here's your list! I've keep it simple and practical, and organized the ideas by type. Note that not all of these gifts were just released this year. In fact, by design, I've chosen gifts that have stood the test of time. I'm not "into" […]
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After-School Restraint Collapse: 6 Ways to Help Your Child Manage BIG Feelings

After-school restraint collapse is a fancy way to say after-school meltdowns. And I want you to know this: they're normal. In fact, they're downright common and can happen to all kids. More on that in a moment. Here's what the reality feels like, though: it's messy. You may be eagerly and happily awaiting the arrival […]
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Holding Space: 3 Ways to Help Your Child Process Big Feelings

Holding space for our children's big feelings is no easy task -- and there's good reason for that. According to research in the field of interpersonal neurobiology, we're "wired" to pick up each other's feelings. That's right -- emotions are actually proving to be contagious.  Ever wondered why you start to tear up when someone […]
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Differently Wired: How to Support the Child in Front of You

Below is a partial transcript from Part 1 of my interview with Debbie Reber, author of Differently Wired (afflinks).  Watch the full interview here: Sarah of Dandelion Seeds Positive Parenting: Welcome and Intro Hello. I am Sarah with Dandelion Seeds Positive Parenting and today I am so excited to talk to Debbie Reber, author of […]
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How to Support The Explosive Child: Expert Interview Part 1

This is an excerpt from an interview with Dr. Ross Greene, author of The Explosive Child and other phenomenal books for parents and caregivers. If you'd like to watch our full interview about parenting the explosive child and collaborative parenting, you can do that here: Sarah of Dandelion Seeds Positive Parenting Hello. I am Sarah […]
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Best Books for Kids 2020: Self-Esteem and Confidence

I've thought long and hard about the best books for kids 2020. It's been an odd year; so odd, in fact, that my child said I might as well go ahead and give her all her Christmas gifts early. (Nice try.) Not that things were necessarily easy when we were little--the playground could be a […]
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3 Ways to Correct the Sensitive Child without Crushing their Spirit

It can feel tough to correct a sensitive child for fear that our correction will hurt them more than what they're already experiencing. Here are three ways to intervene in a way that feel peaceful and non-threatening to the child, while still helping you get your point across.
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Helping a Sensitive Child Adjust to School

Whether your child is struggling with transitions, worrying about making friends, dealing with separation anxiety, or melting down after school, this session gives you tools to help navigate these and other common scenarios. This course approaches them from the standpoint of the highly sensitive child (HSC), but the tips are applicable even if you're child isn't normally sensitive.

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