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emotional upsets

That Annoying ‘Taken for Granted’ Feeling

November 27, 2012

For those of you in the U.S., I hope your Thanksgiving was joyous and that you shared many warm, precious moments with your family. For me, it felt even more wonderful that usual. Here is what I’ve discovered. For me, a joyous Thanksgiving means… Feeling lovingly connected and relaxed with my family Preparing, enjoying, and […]

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How to Connect with your Child After a Hard Day of Work

September 4, 2012

In Today’s Newsletter ~ Personal note from Connie ~ Do you have a copy of my book Joyous Child Joyous Parent? Attend my F.REE Question and Answer Webinar ~ New video: How to Connect with your Child After a Hard Day at Work ~ Personal note from Connie So nice to be connecting with you […]

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August 16, 2012

I’m having so much fun giving my books away! I love giving parents the insights and tools I discovered that have made such a powerful, positive impact in my life, in my son’s life, my grandchildren’s lives, my clients’ lives, the lives of the young people I taught. As part of my book giveaway, which […]

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Your Child Needs Structure!

July 18, 2012

Do you have repetitive struggles with your child, in which one or both of you get upset? This frequently happens when parents are unclear how to set limits in a way that empowers their child and brings out his best. Last week I shared a powerful question with you that will assist you in reducing […]

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Secret to Being More Patient with Your Child

June 11, 2012

I hope you and your family are enjoying the start of summer! My husband and I are deeply into a remodel of our home – the offices and bedroom – all of which have closets with lots of stuff. It’s expanded into a bigger project than we anticipated — doesn’t it often? — and we […]

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Parents’ Most Common Misunderstanding

May 29, 2012

When are the times you struggle to understand why your child is acting the way she is? When you wonder why your child repeats a behavior that you’ve frequently told him not to do? Your child’s repetitive behavior challenges occur when you unknowingly misunderstand what matters most to your child, what she most needs from […]

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