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"When we acknowledge a child's feelings, we give him health and strength"
Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlich


Judy's Parenting Blog

Judy’s blog is filled with practical advice, parenting musings, and Judy’s thoughtful experiences. She aims to encourage parents to embrace relationship based, positive parenting.

Impulsive Parenting

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"Parenting cannot be impulsive," writes Tracey Shipley in the Jerusalem Post. As a therapist who counsels teens, young adults, and parents, Tracey wrote an informative article on the importance of building self-esteem in our children. This idea that parenting cannot be impulsive, resonated deeply within me. For years I have been telling parent...
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Positive Parenting

Positive Parenting
The average parent does not wake up in the morning and say to him/herself "Today is the day I am going to yell at my kids.  I will put my child in time out 3 times.  I will take away TV time to punish my child."  No.  The average parent...
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The Eyes Have It

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The other day a friend told me her teenage son has a difficult time talking to her face to face. She said their best conversations are in the car when they are sitting side by side. I'm always happy to hear about good communication between a parent and a child...
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