Parenting

Parents Awake to Your Children’s Voices an Thoughts

Parents Awake to Your Children’s Voices an Thoughts

Few would disagree that parenting is a difficult job. It does not come with instructions or how-to manuals, nor is there something innate that takes over, above all else, to insure children will develop into emotionally healthy, stable adults. In her new book, ‘PARENTS Awake to Your Children’s Voices and Thoughts,’ Marti Eicholz presents her(…)

Beat Cabin Fever with These Unique Gifts

Beat Cabin Fever with These Unique Gifts

The cold and rainy weather is coming up quickly, which means lots of hot cocoa and long stuffy days indoors. Being stuck inside can be boring and uneventful, making your little ones cranky and hard to entertain! But, what if we made it easy for you! Let me introduce to you some creative solutions to(…)

Stand by Shannon Perry #BookReview

Stand by Shannon Perry #BookReview

With Stand: Staying Balanced with Answers for Real Teen Life, author, speaker and TV show host, Shannon Perry speaks the raw, but real truth to teen/tween girls, offering practical and spiritual advice to help them make the best decisions for their lives. Though Shannon holds a Master’s Degree in Education and Counseling and is a(…)

Love and Logic Parenting

Love and Logic Parenting – Success with Strong-Willed, Stubborn or Downright Defiant Kids Webinar From the Love and Logic website (http://www.loveandlogic.com) – “Trusted for over 30 years, Love and Logic is a philosophy founded in 1977 by Jim Fay and Foster W. Cline, M.D. It is the approach of choice among leading educators, parents, and other(…)

What’s Up Doc?

What’s Up Doc?

Guest blog post by Sandra Goode, mother of twins While I always look forward to the arrival of Spring, this year seems to have brought with it a much needed surge of happy that the long, cold winter had slowly leeched from my psyche. Right about the time I was contemplating the multitude of ways my(…)

Guilt-Free Parenting: Is it Possible?

Guilt-Free Parenting: Is it Possible?

All parents feel guilt at one time or another. Whether it’s how much time we spend with our kids or the French fries we fed them at age two to get them to stop crying, guilt just goes along with the natural parenting emotions. Working parents tend to have double the guilt! We agonize and(…)