ABC For Living, Values, Character education, Truth
ABCs For Living, Children, values, making a difference, emotional stability
addictions, the unborn child, infants,
alone time for parents, home environments, independent play,
Benig Present, connecting with children, family time,
blogging, free teleclass, free consultation
children as teachers of peace
Children, feelings, healing, emotions, parenting
children, gifts, holidays, parenting
children, kindness, giving
children, values, homeless, Joshua's Heart Foundation,
Connecting with children, holidays with children, values based parenting
Declaration of Independence for Families
domestic violence, being safe,
emotions, Power vs Force, David Hawkins,
family harmony, values-based parenting, computer 'gaming",
fun environments for children
infinite possibilities, inspiring possibilities, new day, next step, change,
inner peace, family harmony, living in peace
Kids for Peace, Peace Pledge,
know yourself, seeing the bigger picture, think globally, act locally,
Larry Kiser, hidden unconscious programs, releasing old programming,
listening to children
listening to children, parenting solutions, helping children shift
listening to infants, communicating with infants, heart communications,
Living Life On Purpose, Parenting, Voice of Change, Awakening
Living Values, Teaching Values, Classroom, Character Education, Values Education,
lliving in peace, signs of peace
meditation, quiet time, inner silence
Meghan Don, The New Divine Feminine, feminine energy,
parenting, children, values-based parenting, values,
parenting, gratitude, focusing on the good, Thanksgiving,
parenting, healing, feelings,
PARENTING, PEACE, SELF-LOVE, SELF-ESTEEM,
PARENTS, teachers, peaceful communications, peace
peace in nature
pictures of peace
Plan of Action,
Plan of Action, Raising Peaceful Chidlren
principles for raising children
Raising Peaceful Children, Action plan
Seeing the positive
setting intentions, expectations of children,
Sharon Ann Wikoff, Kathleen McTeigue, troubled times, spirituality, Journey Inward, meditation,
solutions to children fighting
Thansgiving, children as teachers of peace, peace education,
The Parenting Passageway
values, raising peaceful children, growing together
values-based parenting, sibling fighting, values,
Voice For Truth, making a difference, Time For A Change, caring for our lands,
Voice For Truth, Sharon Ann Wikoff, Sheila Ramsey, Personal Leadership, vision, intention, qualities
ways to connect with kids
What is Right? Focusing on the positive
young people, homeless, joshua's heart foundation,
Living Life On Purpose
Declaration of Independence for Families
Why did I title my blog, Raising Peaceful Children?
For 28 days now, I’ve been writing a daily blog on Raising Peaceful Children. When I received Lesa Townsend’s newsletter about the 31 DAY BLOG CHALLENGE, I thought I would write on the key topic of my work's focus, namely Listening to Children. Since this has been the focus of my work for many years I knew I could use all of my past experiences as a basis for writing on the subject. Without hesitation I decided to jump in and sent Lesa “Listening to Children” as the title of the blog that I would write each day during the month of July.
As I was looking through my old newspaper articles, from the Sonoma County Gazette in Forestville, California aboutListening 2 Children,for ideas for the blog, I came across a list of Principles to Live By. As I read through them, I realized their importance for both children and adults. Today I will cover various aspects of how such principles play a role in the life of an adult; tomorrow I will do the same with respect to children.
As I revise this list now, and as I ponder it, I think that each person could come up with their own unique list; a list that one may want to add to over a period of time.
This Blog is all about Having Courage to Parent – Independent of Common Practices and…
…Independent of what the “neighbors” are doing!
…. Independent of what your children’s friends are doing!
…. Independent of your children’s begging and begging!
In today’s fast-paced world, you are asked to make many many decisions through-out the day. Often this can be over-whelming, especially when your children end up begging for something just at the moment when your mind is trying to figure out what to do about the five other things that have to be taken care of.