This is not about being a mother or father to a bunch of freshly cooked dumplings, nor about how to educate dumplings on how to behave once they arrive in the stomach. This is simply me dumping a bunch of useful parenting articles.

10 Emotion-Coaching Phrases to Use When Your Child is Upset^

Setting Limits Without Using Threats to Enforce Them^

How To Change Your Child’s Behavior – Without Punishment^

When a Parent’s ‘I Love You’ Means ‘Do as I Say’^

What Happens to a Woman’s Brain When She Becomes a Mother^

I recommended this one some years ago, but it’s so good I just had to include it on this list as well.

The Birth of a Mother^

And here’s a bunch of articles from Janet Lansbury, a popular writer covering respectful parenting. Reading her is an eye opener and her teachings helped us defuse many arguments with our toddler and then child.

Truths About Consequences^

No Bad Kids – Toddler Discipline Without Shame (9 Guidelines)^

The Key To Your Child’s Heart (7 Ways It Works)^

Setting Limits That Make Mealtimes Enjoyable^

4 Best Ways To Raise Children With Social Intelligence^

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  1. Ryan McClelland


    A lot of these articles were written by people that have never had a 2-3 sigma difficult child.

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