THE BLOG

I’ve Tried Connected Parenting but It’s Getting Worse Mar 21, 2023

 

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If you’ve recently started trying connected parenting you may have the same question many of my clients have and that is “why is it getting...

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A New Parenting Mindset Mar 16, 2023

 

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One of the first things we need to do in order to implement a connected parenting style is to change our mindset. But making this shift is extremely difficult...

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Why Does Our Childs Behavior Anger Us Mar 14, 2023

 

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Have you ever yelled at your child for leaving their clothes on the floor or not hanging their school bag up when they walk in the door? Today I want to unpack why...

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Connection Is About the Quality of Time Not the Quantity Mar 09, 2023

 

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If you were born in the ’80s or ‘90’s you were more than likely raised using shame and threats and punishments. This is no fault of our parents...

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How I Use Tantrums to Connect Mar 07, 2023

 

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Today I want to give you some ways to use those moments when your child is having a tantrum or big feelings as a way to connect with them. If we can use these...

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Connection Is Better Than Correction Mar 02, 2023

 

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Many of us grew up with our parents teaching us lessons through correction, we would make a mistake or do something wrong and our parents would come in with...

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Why We Shouldn’t Say “You Hurt My Feelings” to Our Kids Feb 28, 2023

 

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I recently made a post on Instagram where I told parents they should not say to their kids “You hurt my feelings” whenever they say something mean or...

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Can Connective Parenting Be Manipulative Feb 23, 2023

 

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I have had parents suggest that connective parenting can be construed as distracting or manipulative, I think there are times when this could be true, so today I...

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How to Reduce Sibling Rivalry Feb 21, 2023

As parents, we often think that we need to step in between sibling arguments and rescue the child who is the victim of this aggressive behavior from their sibling, Today on the show I want to talk...

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Parenting Is an Endeavor in Changing Our Behavior Not Our Kids Feb 16, 2023

We might think that it’s our role as parents to modify and correct the behavior of our kids, and we often do that by using rewards and punishments. But this is an archaic principle developed...

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How Special Time Builds Connection With Your Child Feb 14, 2023

If you’ve been listening to Peace and Parenting for a while you’ll have heard Michelle talk about “Special Time”. Today she unpacks the benefit it has for both your kids...

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When Our Kids Make Mistakes Feb 09, 2023

As parents, we naturally resort to correction, yelling, punishments, and even shame when our kids make mistakes. But these actions often convey that our love for them depends on their behavior....

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