Developing Win/Win/Win Outcomes

Developing Win/Win/Win Outcomes

Whenever there is a conflict or disagreement, the natural inclination of both parties is to fight for their way. Humans are wired to win. Our need for power must be satisfied somehow, and we learn very early how to power over other people to get what we want....
Empowerment Parenting for Mandated Parents

Empowerment Parenting for Mandated Parents

I have finally finished my parenting curriculum, Empowerment Parenting. This is a 25-hour parenting program for people mandated to attend parenting classes. It teaches parenting skills based on our five basic needs and emphasizes the difference between discipline and...

Parenting Q & A

Q: When I was growing up, my parents were really strict and I didn’t DARE go against their wishes. I knew it just wouldn’t be worth it. They definitely controlled my behavior and that is exactly the way I intend to raise my daughter. How can you say that my parents...

Book Review: Raising Happy Kids

Raising Happy Kids by Elizabeth Hartley-Brewer Raising Happy Kids is a book that espouses conventional wisdom about democratic parenting. It measures whether or not something is effective with kids by whether it will increase self-esteem, self-confidence and...

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