Tag: keeping connections strong

My Own Sweet Success Story with Respectful Parenting

“When I first started my Hand in Hand Parenting journey, I used to wish for success stories. Fast-forward 4.5 years, and here I am to share my own. I hope this helps someone know that Hand in Hand really does work!  For the second time in as many weeks, my 8-year-old son has shown some off-track

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A Simple Strategy To Help Kids Face Their Challenges

As little as five or 10 minutes following a child in play can transform many of the big challenges parents face raising little ones today. If you want to set a limit on behavior, transition smoothly to a new routine or situation, or guide your child through hurdles including homework, tidy up, or taking medication,

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6 Ways to Do Special Time When You Have More Than One Child

On Special Time Go figure! Kids love attention. And they love parent’s attention better than most. That’s probably because giving them regular undivided attention can be really beneficial for them. Feeling Connected Means Feeling Better When a parent pours in their attention a child feels really seen. Even if they haven’t been openly signalling, through whining, tantrums or

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