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Parenting Toddlers, Tweens, and Teens Using Time-Ins

Crystal is a mama with a household of toddlers, tweens, and teens where uncontrollable sobbing and outbursts were a daily occurrence, and not just from her three-year-old. Crystal shares how learning basic social emotional skills helped her family of six bridge the gap that was growing between family members, improving...

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This Twist on a Classic Teaches Children Loving Limits and Boundaries

While some may say that The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein is a tale of selfless love, others find the story actually sends a much different message --- one of co-dependency. Author Topher Payne offers a free printable rewrite to set things straight, teaching children and adults alike that healthy relationships do,...

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Social-Emotional Learning Starts At Home

Students who are self-aware and able to understand their emotions have a greater ability to relate to others, make decisions, and excel academically. And while schools play a large role in teaching, modeling, and creating opportunities for these skills, social-emotional learning starts in the home. 

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Framing And Hanging Your Time-In-ToolKit

With three questions in mind, we set off to frame and hang our ToolKit posters. Which frames will work best? Where could I find the deals? And how do I attach the frames to our wall? The process ended up being pretty easy, budget-friendly and, the biggest bonus, we had fun...

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Peaceful Parenting Tips: How To Do Time-Ins

This video is for anyone who has ever struggled with parenting (all of us), for those who are working to respond to their children instead of reacting to their behaviors, and anyone who wants to raise emotionally healthy humans but isn't sure where to start.

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My Child Is Clingy. Am I Doing It Wrong?

When it comes to playing independently or being away from your side for more than a second, and yes, sometimes it feels like an actual second before she is tugging and pulling or following behind you in tears, your child struggles. The reality is, your “to do” list is growing,...

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How Mindfulness Helped Me Focus My ADHD

I was diagnosed with ADHD at six-years-old. My parents were actually relieved because they finally had a reason to point to that explained some of my behaviors. I didn’t know how to feel, process, or regulate emotions, so I simply tried to numb them all. 

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Move Your Body, Move Your Emotions 

Quarantine day number not-sure-anymore and there is no longer room for a coffee table in our family room. Our accent chair has been scooted to the corner and our couch is pushed up against the wall. We needed space. Space to move our bodies, and burn off some energy that...

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