Principles

Children communicate their needs through behavior…what is your child communicating?

January 30, 2017
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API Reads Monthly Top 5 for January

January 27, 2017

“API Reads Monthly Top 5,” is a new series from the API Reads program, where Attachment Parenting International will post our top 5 quotes from a compilation of resources currently being reviewed by the team. Editor’s Note: Even though these quotes have stood out to the reviewers, the resource is still under review. Please use your […]

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Attachment matters, but how exactly?

January 23, 2017

Attachment parenting is often — to those unfamiliar with the term — viewed as simply a fad, but in truth, every parent is involved in a form of parenting that is associated with attachment, whether healthy or not. Read more about how insecure attachment affects us from childhood through adulthood, and how it may be […]

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API Leader Wisdom: How to respond to other parents punishing their children in public?

January 20, 2017

Q: My family went to a restaurant the other night, and there was another family there with a toddler who was crying. The father roughly took the boy outside and came back a few minutes later. I assume the boy was punished in some way, as he was very upset and crying loudly that he […]

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Parenting with the brain in mind

January 18, 2017

Through this webinar from PBS’s This Emotional Life — featuring Daniel J. Siegel, MD, of the Mindsight Institute, moderated by Kathryn Power, M.Ed, of SAMSHA — we learn how the quality of parent-child attachment impacts your child’s: Brain development Ability to form healthy relationships Resiliency throughout life. We also learn how the incredible importance that […]

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When we do the inner work, our children can thrive

January 16, 2017
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