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Don’t Retire Too Soon: Parenting During The Adolescent YearsOctober 7, 2018 That day. Oh that day. The day you turned around and realized you had an adolescent. Not a baby, not a preschooler, not a middle years kid, but an actual adolescent. And you wonder if it should be terrifying >
Why Parents Need To Be In Charge: Feature in Offspring MagazineAugust 1, 2018“We all want to grow up happy, well-adjusted children who find their way in the world. The “parenting” world is meant to inspire our journey as big people in the shepherding of our littles along such a path. Yet, while >
Piloting The Modern Playdate: As Seen On EcoParentMay 30, 2018Teaching children to get along with others, resolve conflicts easily, pick up on social cues, and understand the complex dance of human interaction is important for many parents. Indeed, there has been an ever-increasing focus on socializing children at younger and >
In this easy-to-read, science-based book, parents, caregivers and big people of all kinds will discover how discipline affects children’s development, why intervention should reinforce connection not separation, and why the disciplinary strategies that may have been used on us as children are not the ones that children really need. As a practicing child and family psychologist and advisor to the British Columbia ministry of children and families, Dr. Vanessa Lapointe has seen it all and has she has navigated hundreds of tough situations with families. Drawing on scientific research and a wealth of clinical experience, she shows you how to put out the fire without dampening your child’s spirits; how to correct their behaviour while emphasizing connection; and how to discipline without damage.
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