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Parents have told me that their AHA moment began when they learned about the traits of temperament. It explained so much of their children's behavior and was the tipping point for learning how to respond to their parenting challenges. Is anyone out there interested in learning this stuff? I promise that it will 'rock your parenting world!'

Parents have told me that their AHA moment began when they learned about the traits of temperament. It explained so much of their children's behavior and was the tipping point for learning how to respond to their parenting challenges. Is anyone out there interested in learning this stuff? I promise that it will 'rock your parenting world!'

Successful parents are willing~  Willing to look inward…willing to wonder… willing to try new approaches…. willing to think new thoughts… willing to take things less personally… willing to forgive… willing to let go… willing to shift limiting beliefs…

Successful parents are willing~ Willing to look inward…willing to wonder… willing to try new approaches…. willing to think new thoughts… willing to take things less personally… willing to forgive… willing to let go… willing to shift limiting beliefs…

1. Become aware of when you are triggered by your child's behavior.   2. Remind yourself that you can respond consciously.   *THIS IS YOUR MOMENT OF POWER*  3. Take a cleansing breath and then lovingly respond to your child.  You may have to do this many times each day!   Keep practicing~ you will tap into your Authentic Parenting Power in these pivotal moments.

Become aware of when you are triggered by your child's behavior. Remind yourself that you can respond consciously.

It seems to me that it is time for a revolution.   We are ready for a dramatic change in the way we interact with our children and with each other.

It seems to me that it is time for a revolution. We are ready for a dramatic change in the way we interact with our children and with each other.

Words do not teach. Children learn from what they experience.

Children learn from what they experience.

Using fear based discipline with our children stimulates a region of their brain called the amygdala which releases cortisol, a hormone that triggers a "fight or flight" response.  Normally when the threat disappears the hormone levels return to balance. However living in prolonged or frequent periods of elevated cortisol levels will inhibit a child's proper brain function and development.

Using fear based discipline with our children stimulates a region of their brain called the amygdala which releases cortisol, a hormone that triggers a "fight or flight" response. Normally when the threat disappears the hormone levels return to balance. However living in prolonged or frequent periods of elevated cortisol levels will inhibit a child's proper brain function and development.

This brand new download explores how effective this discipline practice really is and will:Take you inside your children’s inner world when they are in a time-out.Describe what an emotionally healthy time-out looks like.Help you understand why after having a time-out the child often repeats the unwanted behavior or has a bigger melt down.Explain how parent-child power struggles develop and how to prevent them.Give you specific language to separate feelings from behavior.

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When you are a parent, It is crucial to realize you aren't raising a "mini me" But a Spirit throbbing with its own signature.

Every child needs attention from the adults in their lives.   Some children need more attention than others.   This doesn't make them bad!  Think about yourself and your friends or your mate... don't you need their attention? The fact that you need their attention doesn't make you 'needy' unless it's off the charts to an extreme.

Every child needs attention from the adults in their lives. Some children need more attention than others. This doesn't make them bad! Think about yourself and your friends or your mate... don't you need their attention? The fact that you need their attention doesn't make you 'needy' unless it's off the charts to an extreme.

"Many parents want an easy fix for complicated issues. They want to know how to get their children to listen or how to stop them from displaying poor behavior. However, effective parenting isn’t about a quick fix. This is because parental responses to children’s behavior must meet short-term needs as well as long-term goals. For this reason parenting can never be about clever techniques and tricks designed to control a child. Instead, it begins with connecting." From "Authentic Parenting…

"Many parents want an easy fix for complicated issues. They want to know how to get their children to listen or how to stop them from displaying poor behavior. However, effective parenting isn’t about a quick fix. This is because parental responses to children’s behavior must meet short-term needs as well as long-term goals. For this reason parenting can never be about clever techniques and tricks designed to control a child. Instead, it begins with connecting." From "Authentic Parenting…

Energy is the unspoken communication between people.   When a parent handles a situation from a disconnected place both the parent and the child feel bad.   It is up to the adult to recognize this disconnection and be willing to do something about it.   Willingness is the key that unlocks miracles~

Energy is the unspoken communication between people. When a parent handles a situation from a disconnected place both the parent and the child feel bad. It is up to the adult to recognize this disconnection and be willing to do something about it. Willingness is the key that unlocks miracles~

Getting to the root of WHY a child behaves the way they do is the key to being an empowered parent.

Getting to the root of WHY a child behaves the way they do is the key to being an empowered parent.

“Authentic love does not devalue another human being. Authentic love does not silence, shame or abuse. If you're in a relationship with someone who does not honor or respect you, I want you to know you are worthy of love. Please reach out for help.” Activist Brooke Axtell – spoken at the Grammys  When we use shame, guilt, psychological or physical punishment with a child we teach them they are not worthy of honor, respect or authentic love.

“Authentic love does not devalue another human being. Authentic love does not silence, shame or abuse. If you're in a relationship with someone who does.

FREE~ Download "Authentic Parenting Power" for free, today only!   Please share with other parents who will benefit~   http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HY0CRTQ

FREE~ Download "Authentic Parenting Power" for free, today only! Please share with other parents who will benefit~ http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HY0CRTQ

Parent: My 3 year old swears all the time. His 5 year old brother laughs at him and it gets out of control and embarrassing in front of people. I feel like we have tried everything. Would love your expertise Sandi.

Parent: My 3 year old swears all the time. His 5 year old brother laughs at him and it gets out of control and embarrassing in front of people. Would love your expertise Sandi.

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