Dr. Laura Markham
How to Be an Emotionally Intelligent Parent
How to Get Your Kids to Cooperate
What to Do When Your Child Does NOT Want to Do the "Right" Thing
Jessica Joelle Alexander
How to Raise Resilient Kids Using The Danish Way of Parenting
5 Easy-to-Remember Non-Verbal Communication Skills That Will Make You a More Mindful Parent
How to Help Your Child Be More Assertive
How to Use a "Time In" Instead of the Traditional "Time Out" (and Why)
3 Crucial Perspective Shifts That Will Help You Stop Yelling at Kids
Staylistening: One Simple Tool to Handle Tantrums, Emotional Meltdowns and More
School Stress: How to Cope With It Calmly and Effectively
How to Leave "Mom Guilt" Behind Once and For All
5 Simple Coping Skills To Help Anxious Kids Calm Down
Dr. Eileen Kennedy-Moore
How to Deal with Bullying (Whether Your Child is Bullied or Is the Bully)
How to Offer Positive Encouragement (Sorry, “Good Job!” Doesn’t Cut It)
Say What You See: A Simple Script for Calm Communication When You Are Ready to Explode
How to Respond to Tears to Raise Strong Kids
This one's for you, multi-taskers! Take the talks with you wherever you go. Listen while you commute, exercise, cook...
These include time stamps from the video! Perfect for quick lookups, ready notes or jotting down your thoughts...
Because let's face it... Parenting is HARD!
There are not scripts. There is no manual. And there sure are no guarantees of any sort.
And to make matters even more difficult, no two kids are alike. Heck, even the same child will behave differently in different situations.
What is a parent to do?
Even before my daughter was 3, I found that we were already stuck in daily power struggles. Yelling and drama were the norm. I couldn't get through a single day without feeling stressed or guilty. I dreaded the thought of her teen years.
And then I stumbled upon an alternate way of parenting...
A school of thought that there is no need to ever punish a child. A belief that you can raise a child with respect and they will cooperate voluntarily. A conviction that you can form a relationship with your child so strong that it will withstand anything.
I decided to give it a shot.
My daughter is now almost 9 and while I can't tell you what her teen years will be like, I can tell you this without any hesitation -- I am no longer afraid.
We no longer have those monster power struggles. We respect each other and treat each other well. When we do get upset, we make things right. And no matter what storms life throws at us, I know our relationship will weather it. And weather it well.
We're happy in each other's presence. Parenting feels like a privilege. And it brings me a soul-deep sense of rightness and fulfillment.
That is the confidence I want to bring to you. That is the joy I hope you feel when you are with your kids. That is the sense of fulfillment I hope you experience.
These talks will bring it to you. Whether you are hearing about Positive Parenting for the first time, or you've been at this for a while now, these talks will be your life-long companion.
Something to learn from. Something to come back to. Something to inspire you. Something to help you stay on track.
Because yes, parenting is HARD. But nobody has to suffer for it.
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Hi, My name is Sumitha and I am a regular parent like most of you.
Before I had my daughter, I honestly didn't give much of a thought to parenting. After all, parents have done this for ages... how hard can it be, right?
Oh, how naive I was!
My daughter challenges me every step of the way. She is my joy one minute and a source of abject exasperation the next. Raising her has made me come face to face with the depth of my character and the shallowness of it. I revel in my strengths one moment and the next, I am moved to tears by my weaknesses.
In 2013 I started AFineParent.Com to make sense of it all. Its been a fascinating and fulfilling few years since! This conference is in some sense a culmination of everything I set out to do then -- be curious, learn, keep an open mind and find a way to really enjoy the journey while finding a sense of purpose and fulfillment.
I hope you find as much value in participating in this conference, as I did in putting it together!