The Diana Myth And The Need To Stop Idealizing A Parent Teach Your Child Early The Critical Skill of Consent 10 Parenting Behaviors That Harm A Child’s Developing Brain

10 Parental Behaviors That Harm A Child’s Developing Brain Parenting is all about neuroplasticity, how we relate to our kids wires their brain

A child’s brain and body are not fully developed at birth. Besides, food, water, and shelter, a child needs attuned relational care of another human being. Unfortunately, many parents are still clueless as to what [Read More]

Unconditional Positive Regard: Accepting Kids As They Are Untruths From Our Childhood We Need To Stop Believing

Untruths From Our Childhood We Need To Stop Believing Truly growing up requires relinquishing the many untruths and faulty beliefs that were handed down to us

We are programmed and groomed since childhood to believe things that are not really true or are inherently false. Our parents, caregivers, and the school system work at creating obedient and pliable humans who will [Read More]

The Crazy-Making Parenting Style of Double Binds

The Crazy-Making Parenting Style of Double Binds Contradictory parental communication is highly damaging to a child's psychological development

A child’s brain development is dependent on repetitive attuned communication. Yet many parents fail miserably in consistently relating to their child in an honest healthy manner. They confuse their kids with conflicting messages thus putting [Read More]

The Power of Touch: Creating Calm Regulated  Humans The Parental  Delusion of Doing What Is Best For A Child 5 Modern Things That Hamper A Child’s Proper Development Amy Coney Barrett and Her Carefully Curated Supermom Image

Why Amy Coney Barrett Need Not Be Every Women’s Role Model Success can mean different things, don't let the media influence your definition of success

Recently confirmed SCOTUS, Amy Coney Barrett is also supermom or so it seems.  Besides being a highly accomplished and successful career woman, she is also mother to 7 kids – aged 8 to 18.  What’s [Read More]

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