In my twenty-five years of experience working with parents all over the
world, I have learned that the key to understanding children lies in the
perception that your child's resistance or defiance means your child is
having a problem, not being a problem. Your child's behavior is your
clue to turn your anger into compassion and your child's resistance to
cooperation. Let me show you how.Learn more about Connective Parenting
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Eat Your Peas or No Dessert: Establishing Healthy Eating Habits Keeping our children healthy and well fed tops the list of any parentís job description. Every trick in the book seems fair game when a worried parent attempts to get food down a resistant childís throat. The problem is that with sleeping, toileting, and eating, children have ultimate control and they know it. Itís rare that a parent doesnít have a struggle in one of these areas. We have to learn to respect that control yet encourage healthy habits. First and foremost is the parentís perception of the problem.
A certain look, a defiant act, your child pushes your buttons and you react saying things you swore you never would. Sound familiar?
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