I hear how attuned you are to trying to meet your son’s needs. It can be helpful to remember that kiddos sometimes need to offload, even when their parents are very attuned to them. So, if there are loving limits that he is pushing up against, he may end up offloading big feelings about that. And that is okay. You can stay lovingly present while h…Read More
I am sorry for your loss. Even though he hadn’t been well and it was not completely unexpected, it is still tremendously sad to lose someone we love.
Although I don’t have secular resources to share, I want to share something that helped my boys with losses when they were young, and that is to make a book. We found photos (drawing pictures wou…Read More
Hi everyone! I just noticed that my intro on here is 6 years old, so I just wanted to do a quick re-introduction. I’m still living in Arizona, USA, with my husband and two boys (and our animals – the birds have changed but the dog and tortoise remain). My boys are now 18 and 14, and I am now about 9 years into my peaceful parenting journey. It is…Read More
Welcome, Cassady. I am glad to read that the Covid situation had a silver lining with your increased time with your kiddos and that you learned so much about yourself and your goals. I am in Arizona and am a PT working in early intervention and agree that there is a lack of awareness and knowledge of peaceful parenting techniques. I am fortunate…Read More