Stop spanking and build a healthy discipline strategy both you and your child will feel good about. With Robbyn Peters Bennet, founder of StopSpanking,org, and Patty Wipfler, founder of Hand in Hand Parenting.
Q. I’m afraid my middle-school-aged daughter is going to turn into an “angry teenager.” Things seem to be going well for her right now but she can be unhappy, aggressive and moody, and she sometimes gets physical. She had a … Continue reading
Hand in Hand’s approach, Parenting by Connection, is based on supporting solid connections between parent and child and using Listening Tools to help children work through off-track behavior. Core principles of our mission include support for both parent and child, … Continue reading
Q. For a while now my son has been stuck in a theme of building “cages” or “prisons” to put bad guys in. He’s focused on all the places in the house where he could potentially lock someone in or out…While … Continue reading
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Our alliances with other parents are very important to us. Other parents understand, care deeply, and are fighting the same battles we are. Join Certified Instructors Anna Cole and Stephanie Parker as we think about moving away from isolation and … Continue reading
Join this free parenting call with Certified Parenting by Connection instructors Angela Jernigan and Otilia Mantelers as they discuss how spending a little of your energy on yourself and your own feelings can transform the relationship you have with your … Continue reading
Learn the causes of your child’s aggressive impulses and understand what is happening for them when the impulse to hurt others takes over. Join Certified Parenting by Connection instructors Kathy Gordon and Kirsten Volk for a new way to look … Continue reading
Parents of elementary-school-aged children, join Amy MacClain, Soul Shoppe Bullying Prevention facilitator, and Patty Wipfler, Founder of Hand in Hand Parenting, for a practical discussion of what bullying is (and isn’t), why young people act out in hurtful ways, and … Continue reading
Does your toddler suddenly haul back and hit you in the midst of a sweet and playful time together? Or does he impulsively smack other children, even his own siblings? If so, let me reassure you that you haven’t failed … Continue reading