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Confident Parenting

Confident Parenting – Why Bother?

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Diane and I talk — a lot 🙂 — about the importance of parenting from a place of calm and…

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Say Yes

Say Yes! A Parenting Approach The Experts Forgot to Mention

By Diane Dempster

Shifting to “Yes” It’s amazing how often we say the word “no.” Our kids probably hear it more often than…

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3 Tips to Increase Peace in Your Home

By Sabrina Marasovich

I have something really embarrassing to share: I tried countless times over the course of about 15 years to change…

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embarrassing conversations with your kids

5 Tips for Having Embarrassing Conversations with Your Kids

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

A few years back, after the stunning death of Cory Monteith (of “Glee” fame), US magazine quoted a source saying, “He…

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When Kids Don’t Want to Take Medication for ADHD, Anxiety or Depression

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus and Diane Dempster

Welcome to Tea & Tips, where we respond to burning questions from parents and educators — taking aim on one…

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5 Steps to Go from Stressed Mom to Happy Mom

By Linda Roggli

5 Steps to Go from Stressed Mom to Happy Mom. On any given day, as a mom of ADHD children, I alternately encourage, strategize, corral, advise, bite my tongue, worry, structure, monitor, reward, stifle,

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Use Code Words To Help ADHD Kids Cope with … Everything?

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

We use code words in our family to facilitate communication, ease emotionally intense situations, and aid in organization. When my…

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stop

Stop the Bickering — Stop, Freeze, Reframe!

By Diane Dempster

  Shifting Your Perspective It’s all in how you look at it. A client recently shared a negative interaction she…

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Managing Your Reactions – 3 Unusual Tips for Parents

By Lisa Kaplin

Parents tell me daily that they regret yelling at their children, or using a condescending tone, or maybe pushing in…

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