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What is your child’s biggest struggle?

Getting dressed in the morning. Winding down for bed time. Separating from you. Getting along with their siblings. Finishing homework.  There are so many areas of day to day life that can be a struggle for families. Sometimes there are so many little struggles that it feels like life with your child is a constant …

Sensitivity in the Classroom

It’s that time of year again. The kids are getting settled into the new school year. They’re getting to know their teachers and classmates, and the transitions to and from school are starting to smooth out. It’s also the time of year that teachers start noticing that there’s something different about our sensitive kids. If …

“I just want them to be happy.”

How often have you heard this? Better yet, how often have you thought it? We dream of giving our children the best possible childhood, and our hopes for their happiness are so well-intentioned. And when we have good intentions, when we know our actions are coming from a good place, we tend to set aside …

You Are in Control.

This is not standard parenting advice. But you’re not the standard parent, right? I mean, you’re here, you’re thinking about how you can improve your relationship with your child, how you can better support their sensitivity. This one is huge: Shift your thinking. We all have patterns of thinking that influence the way we feel …

Sharing Our Sleep Journey

A couple of months ago, I shared our family’s journey with sleep to date on a facebook live. I shared it publicly because I wanted to be really clear in my belief that sleep patterns look different for every child, what works for one family may not work for another, AND there’s so much to …

Mindset Matters

Our mindset makes such a difference in how we show up as parents. In this video, I share a couple of mindset shifts that really pave the way to a smoother, deeper relationship with our children. I’d love to hear more about your journey in the comments. Have you done any work on your mindset …

When do children develop empathy?

One of the questions I hear a lot from parents is about the development of empathy. We strive to raise compassionate human beings, and we want to know what we can expect at different stages. Many of us are quite eager to encourage our children to consider how other people feel. It’s what we remember …

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