Month: February 2016

Finding Support in an Information Overloaded World – Replay

Being a parent is the most important job you will ever do. It’s a job that constantly calls on you to think, respond, juggle different needs, come up with new ideas, negotiate, listen, and heal past hurts. And much more! It’s also a job that doesn’t come with any training, little support, and no clear way to sift through the barrage of advice and information we get when we have a family. Here’s help.

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Setting Limits and Building Family Cooperation – Replay

Consequences? Time Out? A more conscious, peaceful approach? What really works to set the limits kids need and build cooperation at home? Join us for this free parenting call led by Certified Instructor, Kathy Gordon, and Hand in Hand Trainer, Julianne Idleman to hear about a practical new way of setting limits that you and

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育儿中的夫妻合作

在有孩子需要抚育的夫妻双方之间产生的紧张情绪来自很多原因。说来也怪,没有人告诉我们该做什么准备或帮助我们来处理这些情绪。虽然它们是可预测的,也许甚至是不可避免的,我们事先却几乎没有得到过警告,在应对它们时能得到的帮助更是微乎其微。

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如何处理自己孩子之间的敌对

在我们这样的快节奏和以成人为中心的社会里抚养一个孩子是一种挑战。抚养一个以上的孩子会带来更多的乐趣,然而也经常会首先给大孩子带来不快,最后也会影响到小孩子。
如果能够尽早和经常应用几个重要的方法的话,就能够消除掉这些不快的感觉,在孩子们之间发展丰富的、快活的和亲近的关系。因为这些方法不同于典型的人们常用的那类:“别那样,否则我会让你回自己屋里去”,所以,要应用它们颇具挑战性。但是应用一段时间之后,会非常有成效。

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Helping My Toddler with Her Fear of Dogs

After the incident, my daughter refused to go out of the house for the next couple of days. She would start screaming as soon as I would open the door. I took her gently in my arms and showed her out the window that the dog was in the kennel now and then we went outside. She wouldn’t let go, she stayed in my arms. The next day again we went back outside, and I called the dog to let her see that the dog couldn’t get out of the run.

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Medical Home e-Learning Course

What, Why and How to Engage Using “Listening with Connection” Medical Home: What, Why and How to Engage Using “Listening with Connection” is a highly interactive, e-learning course developed to empower healthcare providers, consumers, and/or caregivers to: Learn the definition and benefits of a medical home Learn how “Listening with Connection” can help to build

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当其他孩子欺负你的孩子时

想象一下,你正在公园休息。你的孩子正开心地变着花样荡着秋千。这时一个你不认识的孩子走近
她大声说:“那是我的秋千!”你的孩子吓呆了,只是看着,僵在那里。那个强势的孩子走过去,踢了你的孩子的腿。没人预料到会发生这样的事。你的孩子哇哇大哭起来,而你感到恐惧!

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Assisting Children in Your Office or Hospital Setting – Replay

Listen in now and learn how Dr. Pam Oatis, and Pediatric Registered Nurse Brooke Batchelor use practical, and powerful listening tools in their work with children and families. These tools help them gain patient cooperation more easily, work more efficiently, and bring greater happiness and calm to the work they do. Check your email for more tips

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The Benefits of Laughter at Bedtime

Contrary to popular belief we should actually wind our children up before sleep! Roughhousing, and lots of giggles, can help children release any stress or remaining tension from the day. It also helps to build the connection that children need to feel safe to separate from us and fall asleep.

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Playing During the Morning Rush…

When you approach your child in a warm and playful manner, said Patty Wipfler, he often can use your attention to laugh his way back in contact with you, then into flexible play again.

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Is Your Child Hitting, Kicking, Biting? You are not alone! Replay

Has your child ever lashed out and hurt someone?  Have you had to deal with biting, hitting, pulling hair?  Has another aggressive child ever bothered your child? If your answer is yes then join the crowd!  It’s a shock to us when our little daughters and sons suddenly pinch someone, or hit their new baby

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20 playful ways to handle a child's aggression

20 Playful Ways To Heal Aggression

Aggression is common in toddlers, but that doesn’t mean it’s inevitable. The Hand in Hand Parenting philosophy is based on the fact that all children are naturally, good, loving and co-operative. Sometimes hurt feelings overwhelm their limbic system – the emotional part of the brain, and when this happens, their pre-frontal cortex – the part

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Why Your Child Acts up on Vacation

When a child displays off track and unreasonable behavior, they are often asking for us to bring a limit to help them stop. Bringing a limit to off track behavior can provide the emotional release children need and return them to their balanced, fun loving selves.

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