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When you react to something, you teach your children that it's more powerful than you are.
Acting like you know your children can get in the way of seeing how they've changed.
Our children feel loved when we demonstrate that we know Who They Are.
You get to choose what you think about your child -- or anything.
How to practice the Art of Unconditionality in the face of "bad" conditions.
Discover one of the fastest ways to eliminate stress.
How it works in a typical parenting situation.
Your emotions can guide you toward greater spiritual well-being.
(Don't worry, I'm alive and well!)
When you ask this question, you might be unconsciously giving your power away.
Are you sacrificing the good for the right?
It's nice to know that you and your children are worthy of your heart's desires.
Would you rather be "nice" or authentic?
Correcting your child may have unintended consequences.
If what you're thinking about your child feels bad, don't buy it.
Maybe what you want for your kids is what you want for yourself, too.
The death of the old year makes the birth of a New Year possible.
Are you 'should-ing' on yourself?
It takes time for inner changes to be reflected in outer conditions.
The way to end the unwanted behavior of a child (without resorting to violence) is to stop trying to end it!