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- The “YES” List
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- Problem-Solving: When Time-outs, Grounding and Consequences Don’t Work
- Calm-Down Tools: 70 Ways to Calm Down and Reclaim Patience in the Heat of Anger
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- Non-Punitive Screen-Time Family Contract
- The Playgroup Altercation: Your child is the victim
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- Giving Kids Their Own Personal Space
- Teaching Sex Education By Age
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- Top 10 Ways to Get Baby to Sleep
- Socialization: It’s More Than Just Having Friends
- Gift Giving from the Heart and Hands (instead of the wallet)
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- 8 Parenting Myths Not Grounded in Research
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- Advice from New Parents to New Parents
- Preparing for Parenthood
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- 10 Ways Kids Can Say “No!” to Peers
- Easy Grocery Shopping with Each Age and Stage
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- The Stages of Play and Friendship
- Ways To Learn Math Without A Workbook
- Celebrate Your Toddler’s “NO!”
- Alternatives To Saying “No!” and Avoiding the Meltdown
- Breastfeeding Benefits
- Toddlers and Picky Eating Issues
- Managing Toddler Sleep Problems
- Leaving Baby for the First Time
- Letting Go of Tweens
- The Last Day of Parenting (After 29 Busy Years)
- Clever Comebacks for Bullying
- Why Do Toddlers Hit? Is it Genes or Environment?
- Screen Time Research – Who to Believe?
- How To Get Kids To Do Chores and At What Age?
- Combining a Business and Parenting
- The Science of Attachment Parenting
- Childhood Assault Must Be Made Illegal
- Video Games Gives Kids A Bigger Academic Edge Than Homework
- The Power of Positive Reinforcement
- Preschool: Nice But Not Necessary For Your Child’s Educational Success
- When Do Children Understand “Consequences?”
- Are Consequences Punitive?
- Respectful Cell/Mobile Phone Contract
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- Screen Time Mitigates Summer Learning Loss
- Canadian Pediatric Society Announces a New Position Statement on Screen Time for Young Children
- You Don’t Have to Be Like Your Parents
- To Register for Kindergarten or Not
- How to Raise A Respectful Teen
- Baby Playtime: How Much is Enough?
- How to Handle a Bad Report Card
- Education Options for Preschool Children Ages 3-5
- Liberals favour appealing Section 43 – the spanking law
- Is It A Discipline Issue or Development Issue? Part 2 Problem-solving with Young Children
- 10 Common Worries of Prospective Homeschoolers and Unschoolers
- Is It a Discipline Issue or a Development Issue? Part 1 Young Children
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- Sibling Rivalry Remedies
- Parenting With Patience
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- Worried about Summer Learning Loss? Isn’t Minecraft Educational?
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- Help! It’s Spring Break! Ideas for Family Fun
- Date Night: Stoking the Hearth of the Home
- Should Parents Argue in Front of the Kids?
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Tag Archives: attachment parenting
Problem-Solving: When Time-outs, Grounding and Consequences Don’t Work
Posted on January 28, 2021 by Judy Arnall, BA, DTM, CCFE
When you look at your child now and imagine the teenage years ahead, does the image fill your heart with dread or joy and anticipation? Do you see your relationship as a warm, loving, close one that has open communication, … Continue reading →
Posted in Democratic Education, Emerging Adult Children 19-25, General Parenting, Preschoolers 3-5, School-Aged 6-12, Teenagers 13-19, Unschooling/Self-Directed Education | Tagged attachment parenting, consequences, Discipline, how to problem-solve, non-punishment, problem-solving, teaching | 2 Comments
The Science of Attachment Parenting
Posted on August 6, 2019 by Judy Arnall, BA, DTM, CCFE
What is the scientific purpose of attachment parenting? In short, attachment parenting provides the child stress relief. Every child experiences stress and it impacts the body by triggering a stress response. Emotions such as fear, loneliness, sadness, frustration and unhappiness … Continue reading →
Screen Time Mitigates Summer Learning Loss
Posted on June 11, 2017 by Judy Arnall, BA, DTM, CCFE
This meme has been floating around my groups and I have to say that I totally disagree with it. First, I am the worst model of this. Email comes first in the morning with my cup of tea. Every person … Continue reading →
Posted in Babies 0-1, Democratic Education, Emerging Adult Children 19-25, General Parenting, Preschoolers 3-5, School-Aged 6-12, Teenagers 13-19, Toddlers 1-2, Unschooling/Self-Directed Education | Tagged attachment parenting, authoritarion parenting, brain, development, electronics, good, screen time, summer learning loss, video games educational | Leave a comment
123 Time-Out – Know the Risks!
Posted on October 26, 2011 by Judy Arnall, BA, DTM, CCFE
123 Time-Out Advantages and Disadvantages Time-out seems to be a popular discipline/punishment method. Parents need to be aware that it has risks for their child and their relationship. Although many parents claim it has “worked” they often mean that it … Continue reading →