Joseph Newman, author of Raising Lions, challenges us to re-examine our interactions and relationships with children, re-think the root causes of behavior problems and find new ways to support healthy, happy development. In this session, he will provide specific, non-punitive ways for parents to help their kids, and to improve a parent-child relationship.
Posts Tagged ‘discipline’
Dr. Robin Berman, author of “Persmission to Parent,” talks with The Mother Company about creating boundaries, self compassion and managing anxiety during a time of chaos.
What do you do when you’re at your wit’s end as a parent? TMC President, Sam Kurtzman-Counter, offers some tips to help you reconnect with your kids and regain the positive in parenting.
What does it mean when your child prefers one parent over the other? The Good Cop/Bad Cop phase can be a challenging one for families. We spoke to Eileen Kennedy-Moore PhD about how to work through it and avoid this parenting trap!
No-nonsense discipline tips from a British nanny to make the hard work of parenting a whole lot easier.
How’s the time-out working for ya? If your experience is like lots of parents, you might be seeking alternatives to what often ends up in a battle of wills. Noel Janis-Norton shares how “earning privileges” is another good alternative to the much-debated Time-Out.
Can it be?! Three steps to transform our kids’ behavior from defiant to cooperative? We’re there! Come join us for incredibly useful information on getting our kids to cooperate the first time we ask with renowned early childhood development expert Noël Janis-Norton.
Searching for a discipline toolbox filled with tidy tips powered up and ready to adjust any discipline technique? Read on valiant parent, and reach in. Your tools are waiting….
Mothering of the women’s lib era compared to mothering today holds big differences. Hear from scholar and mother, Michelle Janning about how things have changed.
You’re at a play date, and the next thing you know your child has launched a fist into the back of his pal. What now? Author and Parent Educator, Elizabeth Pantley, is here with answers on what to do to help curb childhood aggression.