POSITIVE PARENTING

What’s Your Parenting Direction? May 2021

Many parents feel defeated throughout the course of their parenting career because they find themselves in situations that are the exact opposite of what they had hoped for. For example, Mrs. Cohen is raising her children with hopes that she is really teaching them to be nice to their siblings. A few years in, she Read More »

By Tammy Sasoon

POSITIVE PARENTING April 2021

Staying Connected with Your Children Oftentimes parents say that they feel they are doing everything for their children yet have such a hard time connecting with them when their children act ungrateful, unkind, or selfish. Parents ask, “How do I feel connected to my child when they are treating me this way?” The answer is Read More »

By Tammy Sassoon

Positive Parenting March 2021

Unlearning Anxiety With anxiety on the rise these days, it is no longer optional to have a healthy mindset and to possess techniques in our toolboxes that can help us to cope. It is quite fascinating to reach the rock bottom state of feeling like, “Help, before I drown!” because reaching that state causes people Read More »

By Tammy Sassoon

How Our Beliefs Affect Our children January 2021

Although there is so much more to parenting than how to get kids to cooperate, it is usually the first question people ask when they call to schedule a consultation. Discipline is just one piece if the parenting puzzle, but it is a very important piece, and every home needs it in order to function Read More »

By Tammy Sassoon

Positive Parenting December 2020

Hitting the Reset Button If I had to name a few new disorders that could have developed in 2020 here would be a small list... "Toothpaste Scarcity Anxiety" "Will There Be Food Fright?" "Children at Home Panic Disorder" "Will There Be Camp? Horror" "Will There Be School? Uncertainty Disorder" "Will Schools Ever Open? Dread" "Voter's Read More »

By Tammy Sassoon

Habitual Thinking November 2020

At some point in the past several weeks, we have all felt overwhelmed with everything that is going on. Having kids learning remotely indefinitely, the uncertainty of what this year will bring, or worries that you can't handle whatever is coming this year, can make us feel overloaded and untethered. Our Brain’s Default - Autopilot Read More »

By Tammy Sassoon

More Trust = More Cooperation October 2020

I’d like to share with you a great way to get more cooperation from children. This happens when we include our children in the rule making process. Now, don’t get scared. Even if we include them in the rule-making process, they do need to know that at the end of the day it’s the parents Read More »

By Tammy Sassoon

Emotional Fitness Amidst Uncertainty August 2020

Is it possible for a person to feel completely calm and serene while not knowing what to expect from one minute to the next? The answer is an enthusiastic yes! Strategic Thinking Over the past few months we have ALL been living in a state of not knowing what is to come. The underlying difference Read More »

By Tammy Sassoon

POSITIVE PARENTING June 2020

HEALTHY EMPATHY How can parents balance empathy with setting limits? In our quest to give our children what they need we often get confused about how to combine being kind and empathetic with setting limits. First let's take a look at what healthy empathy looks like, and then let's discuss how to balance both.   Read More »

By Tammy Sassoon

Raising Emotionally Healthy Children March 2020

What does it mean to be emotionally healthy? I don't know what the dictionary says about emotional health, but from all I've seen it seems to me that people who are emotionally healthy know that it is the most normal thing in the world to experience a full range of emotions. That includes feelings of Read More »

By Tammy Sassoon, M.S.Ed
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