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Disruptive Parenting

The Magic of Holding Space

In our fast-paced, busy lives, it’s easy to overlook the simple things. I believe that one of the greatest gifts we can give our kids is to hold space for them in all their shapes and forms. The good, the bad and the ugly.  This practice can be so simple, and simple rarely equals easy, that the process can become […]


The Thing Most Peeps Don’t Know About Crying

Many of the desirable traits we want for our children include: learning from their mistakes respecting boundaries  being resourceful being able to process anger and not lash out resilience being generous and kind to others (to share)  These and other characteristics we want for our children, evolve from what Dr. Gordon Neufeld calls the, adaptive process. This process involves your […]


10 Ways to Connect With Your Child at Bedtime

Our most important need as human mammals, (not just children) is attachment. This instinct to feel connected is stronger than anything else we experience. You know those super cute, and kinda confusing calendars with pictures of “unlikely animal friends”? Ya know – the tiger and the duck, the cat and the bird, the dog and the deer… these unnatural relationships […]


Light at the End of the Tunnel

Some women are “ok” after childbirth – most are not. How did you feel the first weeks or months after the arrival of your child? Several years into the game and still feel like a hot mess? I feel ya – I hold a first class ticket to this hot mess express. There is a biological, undeniable reason for the […]


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