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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.

Rewards and Punishment

​Parents are tired.  That's my conclusion.  They are so tired and want quick fixes when it comes to dealing with children.  That's why they think if they promise their child a treat, the child will do as they say.  It may work quickly at times but in the long run it is not the smartest way to raise a child.  It teaches the ...
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Gifts are an important way of communicating love. Threatening to take away gifts for poor behavior is a negative parenting actio... Read More
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Parenting and Me

Comments are welcome "And thanks for sending your lively, tightly crafted blog.  We both were grinning, ear-to-ear, as we read it.  Specifically, Adele expressed how  wonderful it is for her to know there is a kindred spirit in another part of the world who really "gets it" and is spreading the word to a new generation of parents.&nb...
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Bringing Baby Home

​I have been blessed with the birth of my third grandchild, a precious girl named Avigayil Victoria!!  Big sister Molly, age 2 1/2 is definitely feeling that something different is going on in her family.  It is the first time I am able to observe the experience of bringing home a new baby from the distance of being a grandparent.  A...
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Time Outs

Time outs are one of the most popular disciplines in the Western world.  We are probably all familiar with this form of child behavior modification..."Hit your sister one more time and you will get a time out".  Psychologists who recommend time outs also recommend a specific time out chair or place to be.  I once stumbled on the (tha...
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Helicopter Parenting

Helicopter Parenting
The term "helicopter parenting" was first used by Dr. Haim Ginott in the 1969 book Parents and Teenagers.   It was used by teens who said their parents hovered over them like a helicopter.  When I think of helicopters I think of a lot of noise, wind, and instability.  But...
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The term "helicopter parenting" was first used by Dr. Haim Ginott in the 1969 book Parents and Teenagers.  It was used by teens who said their parents hovered over them like a helicopter.  W...
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​I have been blessed with the birth of my third grandchild, a precious girl named Avigayil Victoria!!  Big sister Molly, age 2 1/2 is definitely feeling that something differe...
Time outs are one of the most popular disciplines in the Western world.  We are probably all familiar with this form of child behavior modification..."Hit your sister one more...