Is Your Child Overstimulated?

An overloaded nervous system is the root cause of so many challenges that come along with parenting a Highly Sensitive Child. This quick guide is designed to help you know what to look for and understand how to help. It includes a checklist of signs to look for, and detailed steps you can take to support your child in developing the skills they need to manage their experience independently.

Five Phrases That Will Change the Way You Relate to Your Child

“The way we talk to our children becomes their inner voice.”
– Peggy O-Mara               
What we say matters, but our language choices are often so deeply ingrained. It can be hard to see how we could improve on our patterns.
That’s why I’ve created this free cheat sheet. These five phrases are an awesome starting point for anyone wanting to upgrade the way they communicate with their children.

Five Reflective Writing Prompts for Parents

Having a daily writing practice can help take your parenting to the next level. It’s a powerful tool for reflection, cultivating compassion, and gaining traction on your own personal growth journey. But actually starting a writing practice can feel overwhelming. Partnered Path’s free writing prompts can help jump-start the process.

Partnered Path Publications

The PATH Process
The PATH Process
The PATH Process is a method developed by Partnered Path Parenting to help transform everyday parenting challenges into opportunities to support your child's development, all while reducing power struggles and yelling. This eGuide provides an introduction to the PATH Process, plus simple suggestions for integrating the PATH Process into the way you respond to your child.

Resources We Love

These are tools that I use with my family and clients. The links are affiliate links, which means if you decide to invest in one of these programs or products, I will get a percentage of the sale for referring you.

The Big Life Journal

I used to do goal setting work with school-aged kids. The kids who got the most out of it were always the kids who internalized the process and made it their own. The Big Life Journal is awesome because it supports kids in doing just that. Their website is a treasure-trove of resources for all stages of development, starting with preschool.

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