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Listening Practices: Tips and Traps by Sherri Boles-Rogers

Are You Listening? One of the greatest tools in a parent’s toolbox is… ears. Yup. Didn’t hear that one coming did you? (Did you ever notice that the word hear has the word ear in it?) It is amazing to me how little we listen and how much we talk to our children. Listening could […]

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The Post Institute’s Indeigogo Campaign Hit 50% on Day 1

16 Week A-Z Parenting Pilot Online Training program for parents and professionals with adopted, foster, diagnosed and challenging children Palmyra, VA – May 4, 2016 – The Post Institute, provider of educational materials for foster and adoptive parents, crowdfunds the next generation of their curriculum on popular site The Post Institute’s new e-learning platform launched […]

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Looking for 111 Families, Therapists, Agencies and Educators for Pilot Parenting Program

We are looking for 111 Families, Therapists, Agencies & Educators for a Post Institute Pilot 16 Week A-Z Parenting Program – Starting June 1st, 2016 – Pre-Registration This Week – We hope this is an offer you cannot refuse! Details Here

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Calming Your Child with Television or iPad May Backfire

The Post Parenting Toolbox Series #75 Television not only distracts a child from whatever may have caused the tantrum in the first place, but one hour of screen time  hinders the communication between parent and child, decreasing the likelihood the child will listen to their parent the next time an incident occurs. Pacifying difficult children […]

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How to Change a Life: Your’s, Your Childs, Anyone’s, Easily: Brain Science 101

Neuroplasticity shows us that our mental tracks that get laid down in our brain can lead to habits, good or bad. If we develop poor posture for example, it becomes hard to correct. If we develop good habits, they also become solidified. Is it possible, once “tracks” or neural pathways have been laid down, to […]

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How Do You Handle Anger? How Does Your Child?

One of the most effective tools in a parent’s toolbox is anger. “Don’t make me get angry with you”! (As if they could make us…). We don’t like it when our children get angry, we don’t like it when our spouse or boss gets angry, and if you are like me, you don’t even like […]

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In-depth 4 Week Small Group Coaching Program Now Forming…

Affordable Professional Support —  Adoption Parenting I want to help you create healing for your adopted child. If you are the parent of a teen or twenty something, Parenting Teens and Twenty-somethings Indepth  4 Week Small Group Coaching Program Only 10 Families 5 spaces remaining read below for details Kristi, thank you for putting this […]

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How To Never Get Angry: Secrets From Neuroscience

How to Not React with Anger Toward Your Child or Anyone Ever Again…  How To Never Get Angry: 3 New Secrets From Neuroscience One of the most effective tools in a parent’s toolbox is anger. “Don’t make me get angry with you”! (As if they could make us…). We don’t like it when our children […]

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There Is a Better Way to Parent

Where in the World is Waldo is a Better Way? A big problem is that we parents think we know how to parent. That it is a no-brainer. I mean, people have been doing this stuff for centuries. What is the big deal? True, but that does not mean there isn’t a better way… The […]

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Mirror Mirror on the Wall, Who is the Lovingest of Us All?

Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, “who you are speaks so loudly I can’t hear what you are saying.” The practical current scientific thought reflected here is the concept of Mirror Neurons.  “Many scientists have come to believe that we understand others not by thinking, but by feeling. For mirror neurons appear to let us “simulate” […]

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