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Inspiring innovation in our Children

“The world will be saved by the western woman” ­ The Dalai Lama   By Elly Molina In 2009, standing at the Vancouver Peace Summit, the Dalai Lama s aid, “ The world will be saved by the western woman. For this to happen, let’s quicken the tempo of educating and encouraging our kids to […]

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Back to School Tips! by Riana Milne

Now that the kids are back to school, or your college adult child has moved out to attend college, parents are becoming anxious as schedules become disorganized and routines disrupted. In my Delray counseling office, Therapy by the Sea, parents often ask, “What is the most effective way to help my kids get their heads […]

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Sharing is Caring??? – Angela Mosley

Are you teaching your Toddler to share? Why I don’t tell my kids to share.   As Moms, we want to raise our children to be respectful of others. But there’s something we do frequently that shows disrespect to our children. That thing is telling them to share.   Let’s think about it for a […]

Calm Mama, Calm Baby

Betsy Chasse interviews parenting expert Jennifer Waldburger, MSW, co-founder of Sleepy Planet Parenting. About staying cool and collected while raising our kids. Q: Who Is Jennifer Waldburger and how did you end up helping moms stay calm? A: I grew up with a single mom, and I think my kid self saw how hard itwas for […]

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A free Thinking Child? By Betsy Chasse

Remember when children should be seen and not heard?! By Betsy Chasse Visit Betsy’s Patreon page for more inspiring, insightful and empowering tips on being a Mom-prenuer! Yea, that just doesn’t fly in my house. Sometimes, like when I’m at the receiving end of a whole-lotta-sass, I wonder, did I make a mistake in allowing my children […]

7 Principles of Parenting for Peace by Marcy Axness, PhD

Is it me?? Is our world is tilting toward the brink, or are we merely witnessing normal global growing pains? Oh how I wish the premise of my book Parenting for Peace had become obsolete in the four years since its publication, but alas, it could not be more relevant: If we really want change, […]

A Mother’s Evolution Nina Sidell, M.A.

By Nina Sidell For as long as I can remember, specifically since the age of seven, I wanted to become a mommy. I felt love for my future unborn children and was excited to know and love them. I recall telling my parents that this was my dream, along with being a teacher, helper (I […]