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self-esteem

3 Important Ways Teaching Manners Can Limit Your Child

November 17, 2012

I had my 2-year-old granddaughter Madison yesterday morning, and she must have said “Thank you” to me at least 5 times in the short time I had her. In fact, “Thank you” were some of her very first words, and it always delights me to hear her say it. Especially since no one has ever […]

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Tip #5 ~ The Importance of Being Adventurous with Your Child

August 13, 2012

Today is the first day of my book giveaway and I have a new video for you. You can read about both below. “Joyous Child Joyous Parent” Book Giveaway From now until midnight, Friday, August 24, I am giving all of my printed books away for F.REE. And you are welcome to get additional copies […]

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Are You and Your Child Loving Your Emotional Connection?

August 6, 2012

Last week I promised I have a gift for you. Here it is!! Beginning next Monday, August 13 until Friday, August 24, you can get a copy of my book “Joyous Child Joyous Parent” for FREE. Plus you can get copies for your family and friends! All I ask is that you cover the low […]

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The Most Important Parenting Question

July 11, 2012

I have a new video for you today that has the power to “rock your world” as my friend Isabel likes to say and in a profoundly positive way. Do you ever feel overwhelmed with all the things you need to pay attention to as a parent? Do you ever wonder if you are on […]

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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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