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"When we acknowledge a child's feelings, we give him health and strength"
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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.

Lost Moments

This week I picked up my 2 year old grandson from daycare.   It's always a treat for me to spend time alone with Nate which is why I was  so disappointed and surprised by my actions.  As we were walking home from daycare my cellphone pinged, signalling a message received. ...
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Philip Seymour Hoffman RIP

I didn't think I would tackle the subject of drug addiction in this blog.  Yesterday I happened to watch a wonderful TED video, featuring writer Glennon Doyle Melton .  Ms. Melton has struggled with eating disorders and alcohol addiction and drug use.  Then I woke up this morning to the...
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Emotional Intelligence

I have been thinking a lot about emotional intelligence.  One positive reason is because I am speaking this week to a group of young marrieds about parenting.  I explain how important emotion coaching is when raising a child.  Unfortunately the negative  reason I am thinking about EQ (emotional intelligence) is...
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Thanks Gail, There is more to come. Stay tuned, Judy
Thursday, 30 January 2014 15:54
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Parenting Teens

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Talk show host Wendy Williams recently broke down in tears, on the air, saying "My 13 year old son doesn't like me anymore".   I think most parents have had this experience.  The time when you realize that your little child, the one that loved holding your hand, the child...
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Praising Children

This week different media outlets have been quoting a research study conducted jointly by Ohio State University and Utrecht University in The Netherlands.   When Being Called  "Incredibly Good" is Bad for Children is the title.  The interesting result is that children categorized as having low self esteem, do not do...
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