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  • System Restraint Collapse: It’s Why Your Child Comes Home a Different Person

    Does your child come home from school and seem like a completely different person? From the moment they step into the classroom to the final bell, our children navigate a complex world of expectations, relationships, and emotions. But what happens when the pressure becomes too much to bear? How do they cope when their systems are stretched to the limit?


    Today I want to explore the signs of system restraint collapse and share practical strategies to support your child during these vulnerable moments. Whether it's offering quiet space, engaging in playful activities, or simply providing a listening ear, I want to give you some practical ways to meet your child’s unique needs with empathy and understanding.


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    15m | Feb 22, 2024
  • Trust the Process: It Gets Worse Before It Gets Better

    Have you ever felt that no matter how much you try to connect with your child, it seems to get more challenging? As a parent, I understand how frustrating it can be to invest time and effort into connective parenting only to face unexpected hurdles. But don't worry, I'm here to tell you you're not alone. 


    Based on my extensive experience coaching parents and witnessing countless family dynamics, I understand why transitions to connective parenting can stir up resistance and intensify behavioral struggles. But setbacks and challenges are okay. Embrace the process, support your child and yourself, and stay committed to building authentic relationships to transform your family dynamic.


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    14m | Feb 20, 2024
  • Do You Have a Listening Partner Yet?

    Do you ever feel like you're on an emotional rollercoaster as a parent? It's normal to feel this way, but finding ways to keep your emotional balance is important. Today on Peace and Parenting, I discuss the importance of a listening partner. This means having someone you can talk to and share your feelings with when you're feeling overwhelmed.


    But listening partnerships are not just about venting. They're about finding ways to improve our emotional well-being and build a healthier relationship with our children. Whether we're dealing with life's challenges or simply trying to find inner peace amidst chaos, these partnerships can make a huge difference for every parent out there.


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    15m | Feb 15, 2024
  • 8 Phrases You Shouldn’t Say to an Upset Child

    Have you ever considered how your words might affect your child's emotional well-being during moments of distress? Today, we delve into eight phrases that might unintentionally escalate rather than alleviate their upset. From the seemingly innocent "use your words" to the dreaded "calm down," we'll uncover why these phrases can hinder rather than help our children in times of need.


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    15m | Feb 13, 2024
  • 7 Things Connected Parents DON’T Do

    Many parents often ask me for advice on how to help their children become more resilient and self-reliant. However, today, I am going to share a few things that parents should avoid doing to help their children thrive in the face of adversity. These include not rushing to their children's rescue when facing frustration and not dismissing their children's emotions. By adopting a nurturing approach that balances support and autonomy, connected parents can encourage their children's self-reliance and responsibility. In this way, we can help our children develop resilience from within.


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    20m | Feb 8, 2024
  • Preparing Our Children for the Real World

    Have you ever wondered if our loving and nurturing parenting style prepares our kids for the harsh realities of the real world? Well, let's dive into this important discussion today as I explore a fascinating question from a concerned dad: How does our parenting method equip our children to face a world that might not be as gentle as our homes?


    From the very first moments of life, our children start understanding the real world – from a hospital delivery room to preschool dramas and adolescent struggles. Our goal isn't to mirror the harshness of the outside world in our relationships with our children but rather to create a loving and sacred space where they feel safe to share their ups and downs. Join me as I unravel a key strategy for building resilience: empathy. Discover how providing a safe haven at home, where feelings are validated and understood, helps our children navigate life's challenges.


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    12m | Feb 6, 2024
  • Break Free from Rewards and Punishments

    Hello, parents! Have you ever found yourself stuck in a cycle of rewards and consequences, searching for a way out? Let's talk about it. Today, I'll answer a question from my Instagram community: How can we break free from the constraints of rewards and consequences in parenting?


    But before we dive into specific strategies, let's take a moment to consider what you want from your parenting journey. Do you want a quick fix to get your kids to do chores, or do you want to build a lifelong, harmonious connection with them? Join me as we explore the power of building relationships over control, setting long-term parenting goals, and unleashing the magic of genuine connection.


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    14m | Feb 1, 2024
  • How to Raise Resilient Kids

    What if the key to raising resilient children lies in our ability to navigate the delicate balance between mistakes and growth? Today we explore the profound impact of internal shame and guilt, which can guide us toward moral integrity. However, what about the external shame that is often unknowingly incorporated into traditional parenting practices? I will share personal insights challenging the norm by examining how corrections, lectures, and judgments may unintentionally erode our children's resilience.

    What if the key to raising resilient children lies in our ability to navigate the delicate balance between mistakes and growth? Today we explore the profound impact of internal shame and guilt, which can guide us toward moral integrity. However, what about the external shame that is often unknowingly incorporated into traditional parenting practices? I will share personal insights challenging the norm by examining how corrections, lectures, and judgments may unintentionally erode our children's resilience.


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    14m | Jan 30, 2024
  • You Can Trust Your Kids, Here’s Why

    Hey there, amazing parents! Ever wondered if you could truly trust your child's moral compass, especially when they seem to make those tiny, questionable decisions? Today we're diving into a profound exploration of why trusting our little ones is the key to unlocking a beautiful parent-child relationship.


    Many believe that children are too young to understand the difference between right and wrong. However, did you know that by the age of two, they have already learned a significant amount about morality from observing us? And here's the catch - what if the key to nurturing good behavior in our children isn't constant correction, but rather unwavering trust? If you've ever doubted your child's inherent goodness, this episode is an invitation to see them in the best possible light. Trust your child, and they will trust you in return.


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    14m | Jan 25, 2024
  • The Power of Being the Safe Parent

    Ever felt the pressure to have kids who always toe the line, never stepping out of bounds? Let's challenge that notion today as we unravel the beauty of raising children who make mistakes, who try on different behaviors, and who are authentically themselves.


    But here's the catch: creating a secure connection with your child doesn't always mean smooth sailing. Discover why moments of off-track behaviors are actually signs that your child feels safe expressing their true feelings. We'll navigate the delicate balance between connection and consequences, uncovering the magic that happens when children feel secure enough to call us out on our mistakes.


    Join me on this heartfelt journey of parenting that goes beyond perfection, embracing the messy, beautiful reality of raising resilient, authentic souls. Because, my friends, it's in those imperfect moments that the true essence of connection and growth unfolds.


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    14m | Jan 23, 2024
  • Navigating Your Child's Unkindness with Grace

    Are you a parent who struggles with how to respond when your child says hurtful things? Do you feel caught between wanting to discipline them and wanting to maintain a strong bond? What if I told you there's another approach to help you build a closer connection with your child while teaching them important life lessons?


    In a world where punishment and consequences are the norm, it can be hard to imagine a different way of parenting. But by using affection and play, you can turn your child's unkindness into an opportunity for growth. Today I’ll share a personal experience I had with my daughter and how I handled the situation that didn't involve apologies or reprimands. By giving your child the space to navigate their feelings of remorse on their own, you can help them learn to take responsibility for their actions and foster a deeper sense of unconditional love.


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    13m | Jan 18, 2024
  • The Power of Limits and Boundaries Instead of Punishments and Rewards

    Imagine that you have just asked your child to clean their room, but instead of cooperating, you are met with resistance. Frustration builds up, and you think, "How can I make them listen?" Today, we will explore the essence of discipline and understand the significant difference between limits and consequences.


    In a world where traditional approaches often rely on punishments and rewards, I want to introduce you to a more empathetic path. The aim is to unravel the misconception that limits and boundaries require consequences and understand how curiosity can be a powerful tool in understanding your child's actions.


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    12m | Jan 16, 2024
  • Breaking the 'Punching Bag' Parenting Myth

    Have you ever experienced your child's unkind comments that made you feel like their emotional punching bag? In today's episode, we will delve into this common belief that we, as parents, often feel victimized by our children's behavior. Let's explore why we tend to assume this role and challenge this perception. We will examine the power dynamics between us and our little ones and see if there is a more empowering way to handle such situations.


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    13m | Jan 11, 2024
  • What Is Connection and How Do I Use It in My Parenting

    Let me share a secret with you about connection, it's not about more time; it's about making every moment count. Today on the Peace and Parenting podcast I delve into the magic of connection. What is it, really? It's not about sacrificing every second or dodging boundaries. It's about building a holistic relationship with room for mess-ups and repair. It's about creating a safe space where mistakes are part of the journey, not the end of it. 


    Plus, I have an exciting invitation for you! Join my 30-day challenge starting soon, where we'll navigate the nuances of connected parenting together. Let's make 2024 the year we embrace a lifestyle steeped in genuine connection.


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    12m | Jan 9, 2024
  • The College Conundrum: Unveiling the Myths Around College and Success

    Do you feel society’s pressure pushing our kids to go to college? Well, today on the Peace and Parenting Podcast I want to break free from the college-or-bust narrative! In this episode, I dive deep into the pressures our children face to go to college, not just in the U.S., but across the globe. My daughter, Esme, recently faced the daunting decision of leaving for college, sparking a candid conversation at our dinner table. From alternative paths like community college to challenging the link between grades and success, we explore the liberating notion that success isn't one-size-fits-all. So, are we overloading our children with expectations, or are we nurturing their individuality?


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    10m | Jan 4, 2024
  • Replacing “Good Mom” Syndrome for Good Enough

    Imagine this: you're at the grocery store, your child throws an unexpected tantrum, and suddenly, you feel the judgmental eyes of society on you. I get it; I've been there. In this episode I unravel the myth of the "good mom" and the relentless pressure we put on ourselves. Together, we'll explore the historical roots of this pressure, the need for control, and the generational traumas we unknowingly carry. Let's break free from the cycle of judgment and embrace the imperfect, beautiful journey of parenthood. It's time to be the "good enough" parent for our kids and ourselves.


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    15m | Jan 2, 2024
  • The D-Word: When and How to Navigate a Divorce (With Kate Anthony)

    Are you currently in a toxic relationship, but you're staying in it for the sake of your children? Today, I am joined by Kate Anthony, the author of "The D-Word," as we explore the topic of divorce, co-parenting, and the difficult decision-making process that many women have to go through when considering divorce. Kate shares her insights on toxic marriages, societal roles, and how they can affect children. As a divorced parent myself, we both share our personal experiences, discussing our challenges and victories. Kate shares the biggest mistake she made when going through her divorce. If you are considering the D-Word, our conversation might help you understand the complexities of divorce and offer you some guidance and a deeper understanding of this life-changing decision.


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    34m | Dec 28, 2023
  • My 30-Day Connected Parenting Challenge for You

    Many parents often come to me and say "I don't have enough time to be more connected with my kids." They feel that connecting with their children requires a lot of time and effort. However, my answer to that is that the more connected you are to your children, the more time you will eventually have. You can find small moments in your everyday routine to connect with your kids and you will notice a significant difference in your relationship with them.


    Today, I am thrilled to announce the launch of my 30-Day Challenge that will help you revolutionize your parenting style. This challenge includes daily reminders and weekly group coaching sessions that are tailored to your parenting needs. It's like a personalized journey to better parenting! And that's not all - you will also have access to my treasure trove of resources that will help you on your parenting journey.


    No more feeling alone in your parenting journey - our community is here to support and encourage you every step of the way. So, are you ready for a parenting reboot? Join the 30-Day Challenge today and make 2024 the year of connected parenting! Just follow the link below to sign up.


    🔗  The 30-Day Parenting Connection Challenge is out now, join now for a special price!

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    9m | Dec 26, 2023
  • How to Play With Your Tweens and Teens (with Mary Van Geffen)

    Are you struggling to bridge the gap with your older kids through play? Today I am joined by parenting coach Mary Van Geffen in a beautiful conversation that explores the magic of play, especially with the often misunderstood tweens and teens. Mary unveils the secrets of connecting with "spicy" children through play, emphasizing its role as their love language. From penguin wrestling to dance parties, Mary and I share practical tips, creative play ideas, and some unconventional approaches that can turn everyday moments into opportunities for connection.


    🔗 Check out Mary’s Tweens & Teens Class or her other classes on offer at her website www.maryvangeffen.com


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    29m | Dec 21, 2023
  • Why I Don’t Use Rewards-Based Systems When Parenting

    Are you using star charts or food rewards to motivate your kids? Do you think it's making a difference in how they respond? Today I want to take you on a reflective journey into the world of parenting strategies. Drawing from my teaching experience, I question the effectiveness of these methods and explore the individual responses our children have to them. I’ll share the long-term effects of relying on external motivators and uncover the transformative power of connected parenting. It’s time to rethink praise language and engage in conversations that go beyond the surface, delving into the heart of our children's feelings, processes, and learning experiences. Get ready for a thought-provoking exploration that could redefine your parenting approach! 


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    16m | Dec 19, 2023
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