In my twenty-five years of experience working with parents all over the
world, I have learned that the key to understanding children lies in the
perception that your child's resistance or defiance means your child is
having a problem, not being a problem. Your child's behavior is your
clue to turn your anger into compassion and your child's resistance to
cooperation. Let me show you how.Learn more about Connective Parenting
Featured Articles — The Art of Connective Parenting
Over the river and through the woods to grandmother's house you go! So many parents are working hard at finding a new way to parent—one that feels right to them and one that is quite different from the way they were parented. But something happens when the generations get together. Holidays can be fraught with anxiety when a look or a comment from a parent or in-law triggers self-doubt, and you cave under their authority and treat your child how you assume your parent or in-law thinks you should rather than the way you know your child needs.
A certain look, a defiant act, your child pushes your buttons and you react saying things you swore you never would. Sound familiar?
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