Respond with Sensitivity

Smartphones and parenting

May 2, 2017

Editor’s note: This week, May 1-7, is Screen-Free Week — an annual observance founded by the Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood. Plan to unplug from digital entertainment this week and instead connect with your family. Need more inspiration? This post was originally published by Attachment Parenting International in 2015, and it is as thought-provoking today as ever: Instinct […]

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Core beliefs and parenting

April 30, 2017

Editor’s note: Today, April 30, is SpankOut Day — an annual observance founded by the Center for Effective Discipline, working to eliminate physical punishment of children and to promote nonviolent discipline. This can be a different change in perspective for parents accustomed to spanking their children. It can be tempting to shift from hitting to […]

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It is a gift to receive one another

April 25, 2017
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Get outside and get into nature

April 21, 2017

Tomorrow, April 22, we celebrate Earth Day. As you renew your commitment to care for our planet, keep in mind that the absolutely greatest contribution we can make toward Earth’s stewardship is to raise children who care. Children raised in a caring family environments have greater capacity for empathy not only toward themselves and others […]

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What is positive discipline?

April 18, 2017

Learn more about Attached at the Heart, coauthored by the cofounders of Attachment Parenting International

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What NOT to do

April 14, 2017
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What you teach by apologizing to your children

April 10, 2017
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Understanding sensory processing difficulties in our children

April 7, 2017

Many families discover Attachment Parenting in their quest for how to raise their “spirited” children. All children, evident from birth on, have their own unique temperament. For some children, their temperament traits may be challenging for their parents or teachers. Common among these possible traits are sensory processing difficulties. Children with difficulty in processing sensory […]

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