Do You Want To Feel Good About Your Parenting?

Train yourself to feel worthy, then you will be able to see worthiness in your child. 
How? 
By learning to feel good about yourself, your parenting, and your child!
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Why AHA!Parent ?

AHA! Process for Parents
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Turn your pushed buttons off! Children are your spiritual teachers. When they push your buttons they remind you that there is something you should work on. When you want to improve your child the best result comes from your own work on your own attitudes toward yourself, toward your child, toward the world. Using the […]

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AHA! Process – Turn Your Pushed Buttons Off!

AHA! Process for Parents
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Does your three year old throw a tantrum kicking her legs and screaming? Does your eight year old tease her little brother and make him cry even though you told her not to? Does your teenager turn his music up so loud that you cannot hear yourself think? If this sounds familiar to you then […]

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Self-Liberating Preschooler

Child Development
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Child development is a process of a child liberating from dependencies and fears toward freedom. On her way to independence a child goes through the infant, toddler, preschooler, school-age, and teenage stages. A preschooler continues to be introduced and learns to communicate with the world. The new ability to talk expands her freedom to explore […]

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Self-Liberating Toddler

Child Development
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Human development is a process of self-liberation from dependencies of any kind toward freedom. This process starts at birth, and ideally, it never ends. During the first exciting year of life an infant liberates himself from dependence on adults toward independence. From what he has learned already the most visible is his new ability to […]

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Self-Liberating Infant?

Child Development
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Self-liberation is a process of human development, where one liberates oneself from dependencies of any sort toward freedom. While this concept is generally implied to an adult, it is worth to observe, how self-liberation applies to a child’s development. The author of Parenting For Everyone, Simon Soloveychik, states that each child obtains freedom by his […]

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Dignity

It's All About Dignity
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Dignity is a two-faceted concept. On the one hand, it is used as an infinite concept, the highest human value, which suggests that both infant and adult have equal values. On the other hand, it is finite, always changing value (my dignity is always either increasing or decreasing), which we call “human price.” Dignity and […]

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Child Development: Seven Stages on the Way to Freedom

Child Development
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Independence is the main quality of a grown up person. What should parents know about their child’s development from a completely dependent infant into a fully responsible, independent adult? How and when do parents need to give up their supervision in order to let their child learn about freedom? There are seven stages of this […]

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Role of a Parent – Remember One Thing

Articles for parents
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All parents strive to play the best role for their children. Whatever good role parents may choose to play, they may appear to be bad actors, unfortunately.

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I Ain’t Gonna Pee Pee My Bed Tonight

How To Feel Good
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We started collecting the best ideas and advice in improving their parent-child communication. In his The Pee Pee song the Kelly family‘s youngest son, Angelo, hilariously performing a solution to the common childhood problem of bed-wetting . This song can be a wonderful addition to every child’s repertoire for its energizing spirit, fun and simplicity. There is only one line in the […]

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Parenting – Dignity vs. Self-esteem

It's All About Dignity
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The word dignity became more popular recently. Yet, there is no precise and simple definition to it. Many experts though mention its closest neighbor – self-esteem. What is the relation between these two terms? How does knowing the difference impact parenting skills?

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