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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.


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Symphony or Rock Opera? A Look at Temperament and How It Shapes Our Personalities

A big part of my mission is to increase awareness of Highly Sensitive Children and temperament in general, as well as promote temperament-sensitive parenting strategies.
In that vein, I’ve written a two part series on temperament. Part one of two examines the way temperament, our inherent hardwiring, shapes our personalities.

How Do You Respond to Critiques of Your Parenting?

Whether it’s a woman at the grocery store or someone within your own family or circle of friends calling your parenting into question, these kinds of interaction can leave you feeling shaken. They can even cause you to question how you are parenting your child.

For strangers, having a quick, canned response and just moving on can be helpful, but when it’s someone you’re actually close to, it gets a bit more complicated.


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About Me

Hi! I’m Julia. As a certified Leading Edge Parenting Coach, I pay particular attention to the challenges of parenting Highly Sensitive Children. I’m a Highly Sensitive Person myself, so I can see both the beauty and the challenges of raising a child who feels things deeply, notices everything, and commits to their plans with unmatched persistence. I also have a Master’s Degree in Human Development and Education from the University of Colorado at Denver.

My first priority is giving parents the tools they need to understand their child’s most challenging behaviors. I work collaboratively with my clients to help them move beyond punishment. I lead parents to non-violent, nourishing, and effective ways of meeting their children’s needs. I believe in empowering parents with the knowledge they need to be their child’s most powerful advocate as they move through school and into adulthood.

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