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Thank You for the Parenting Work You Do

Happy Labor Day! We commemorate the American labor movement every year on the first Monday of September. On this day, we acknowledge and celebrate workers across all industries.  Whether you work outside the house or you stay at home to care for your children, you deserve recognition for doing the hardest job in the world: […]
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Dear Katherine: My toddler won’t stop bugging his older brother!

How to Create Boundaries Between Siblings Hello, Conscious Parent! Welcome to “Dear Katherine,” a monthly Q&A with real-life parents/caregivers. If you’d like to submit a question of your own, email me at katherine@consciousparentingrevolution.com. Dear Katherine, I’m a mother of two sweet boys, a 6-year-old and a 3-year-old.  Recently, my husband and I have noticed more fighting […]
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Is Rewarding Your Child Actually Bad For Them

Is Rewarding Your Child Actually Bad for Them?

Imagine having a remote control to manage and direct your kid’s behavior.   Clean your room. Done. Do your homework. Done. Go to bed. Done. Wouldn’t life be a breeze? No more nagging. No more heated arguments. No more talking back. It’s a joke of course—or is it?  Life would certainly be easier if our kids always did […]
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Show Your Children That Reading Books Can Be Fun

Show your children that reading books can be fun!

Hello, Conscious Parent! Welcome to “Dear Katherine,” a monthly Q&A with real-life parents/caregivers. If you’d like to submit a question of your own, email me at katherine@consciousparentingrevolution.com.     Dear Katherine, I have two rambunctious boys, aged 7 and 9, who love the outdoors and staying active. They spend hours each day biking or playing basketball. The […]
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Is Your Teen Rebelling Resisting And Retaliating

Is Your Teen Rebelling, Resisting, and Retaliating?

Is your teenager’s defiant behavior ruling your family life? The teenage years are challenging, leaving many parents and caregivers at a loss. But in fact, there’s a perfectly legitimate explanation for their behavior. During adolescence, humans begin developing their prefrontal cortex—the part of the brain responsible for making judgments, weighing pros and cons, and managing […]
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