Month: September 2018

Toddler Hitting

Join Certified Instructor, Shelley Macy, MA, to discuss toddler hitting. She shares how the Hand in Hand tools work with |aggression. Connect with Shelley – h…

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Hand in Hand Parenting Tools Helped My Child Face MRI Without Anesthesia

A Guest Post by Elena Bonel Yesterday Bianca, my 3-year-old daughter, had a brain MRI, without anesthesia. She has already had several operations, and I had become aware of recent FDA warnings and several other studies about the potential for brain damage that anesthesia can cause in children under three. Hers was a non-essential procedure, but

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When Your Toddler Bites

Certified Instructor, Shelley Macy, MA, and Hand in Hand Founder Patty Wipfler discuss why children bite and how to help. Connect with Shelley – https://bit….

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How to Deal With Sibling Rivalry: 3 Phrases That Can Help

Guest Post By Alissa Marquess When my three kids are getting along, helping each other and playing nicely together, I feel a sense of peace. Usually, not long after this, I hear screaming from the other room and then one of them shows up at my side demanding that I dispense justice! There goes my

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An Entirely New Spin on Kids and Sharing

To share, or not to share, is that the question? So many parents in our parent groups and The Parent Club come to us with questions about sharing, it’s a subject that we knew we had to cover! Why is sharing such a hot-topic conversation? Well, sharing brings on big feelings for parents and children and

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How Do Hand in Hand Parenting’s Programs Support Families in Vulnerable Communities?

Hand in Hand Parenting’s Programs Supports Families Facing the Toughest Circumstances Where does respectful parenting fit in when you have no house and no money for groceries? When you are desperately searching for a life free of domestic violence? For one shelter in San Francisco’s Bay Area, parent support programs are scheduled alongside legal services,

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How to help a child work through fears

Stephanie Parker describes the time her young child was scared of a visitor, and how she used gentle parenting tools to help her work through those hard moments. If your child gets scared, try some of these ideas to reach a breakthrough.  

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