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Nurturing Children for a Compassionate World

Nurturing Children for a Compassionate World
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Éducation bienveillante – Parentalité positive – Pour les parents – Pomme d’Api Parentalité positive, communication bienveillante… En ce moment, sur Internet et dans les rayons des librairies, ces termes ont la cote. Méthode efficace pour les uns, laxisme pour les autres… : la rédaction de Pomme d’Api fait le point sur “l’éducation bienveillante” dans le supplément pour les parents du magazine de février. Nous vous proposons de lire l’intégralité de l’article. Parents bienveillants, oui, mais… maladroits aussi ! Lors d’un dîner, un des invités renverse son verre. Bienveillants vis-à-vis de nos enfants, pourtant, nous le sommes tous. 6 règles d’or et 6 formulations à bannir de notre vocabulaire pour une éducation bienveillante Les recherches les plus récentes sur le cerveau humain ont prouvé qu’une éducation empathique et respectueuse permet au cerveau de se développer de façon optimale. Heureusement, nos maladresses quotidiennes peuvent se corriger, par petites touches et avec un peu d’entraînement. 1 – Distinguer l’enfant de ses actes. Jean a 4 ans. Faites le test.

Attachment Parenting Australia Baby Brain WHAT IS IT like to be a baby? For centuries, this question would have seemed absurd: behind that adorable facade was a mostly empty head. A baby, after all, is missing most of the capabilities that define the human mind, such as language and the ability to reason. Rene Descartes argued that the young child was entirely bound by sensation, hopelessly trapped in the confusing rush of the here and now. A newborn, in this sense, is just a lump of need, a bundle of reflexes that can only eat and cry. Modern science has largely agreed, spending decades outlining all the things that babies couldn't do because their brains had yet to develop. Now, however, scientists have begun to dramatically revise their concept of a baby's mind. This hyperawareness comes with several benefits. In fact, in some situations it might actually be better for adults to regress into a newborn state of mind. There's something slightly paradoxical about trying to study the inner life of babies.

Raising Our Children, Raising Ourselves | Naomi Aldort Sold in 13 languages worldwide The Ph.D. by the author's name in this book is an error. Naomi Aldort has no degree in psychology. Gold Award - Parenting Resources Winner Mom's Choice Award "Raising Our Children, Raising Ourselves operates on the radical premise that neither child nor parent must dominate. "...reading your book, It felt like I was 'remembering' something that deep down I knew all along but was clouded with years of being told differently. Every parent would happily give up ever scolding, punishing or threatening if she only knew how to ensure that her toddler/child/teen would thrive and act responsibly without such painful measures. After years of assisting hundreds of families to bring peace and joy into their lives, Naomi Aldort now offers in this book a way of parenting that allows the child’s natural competence and caring to unfold. "In this stunning insight into human nature, Naomi Aldort opens a window into harmonious family living. John Breeding, Ph.D.

Méthode Educative 3C - Une Education à la non violence Montessori Theory Montessori Theory In the Montessori Theory section of the Daily Montessori website we explain the foundation principles and concepts of Montessori theory that can be applied across all ages. Those principles are: Independence, Observation, Following the Child, Correcting the Child, Prepared Environment and Absorbent Mind. Independence "Never help a child with a task at which he feels he can succeed." – Maria Montessori. It is always a goal of Montessori education in the classrooms to make the child independent and be able to do things for himself. Observation Observation, or watching the child is for parents easy to do. Following the Child Follow the child, they will show you what they need to do, what they need to develop in themselves and what area they need to be challenged in. From what you have observed from the actions of the children, follow them in what they need to do. Correcting the Child Children make mistakes. Prepared Environment Absorbent Mind

Greene Movie Trailer Naomi Aldort - Parenting Advice, Attachment Parenting, Family Guidance L'école Joyeuse – Une école de la vie :-) Dare to Raise Your Kids Drug Free We teach our children about drugs - what they are, not to take them, how to avoid them, how they harm their bodies and distort their minds - but what about the drugs we as parents give to our children when they have a runny nose, fever, sore throat or the scheduled immunizations? Is there really any difference? Well, yes there is a difference, yet those over-the-counter and prescription drugs, like their illegal counter-parts, canand do ultimately cause harm to our children's bodies. But do we dare to raise our children without the use of drugs? Too often I see and hear of parents taking their children to the doctor for colds, coughs and flu, usually within the first day or two of symptoms. Antibiotics are one of the most over used drugs. Aspirin is another drug that is commonly overused and is usually the first choice when a child has a fever. When we have a fever it is telling us that a disease is present. So how can we raise our children drug-free?

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3 Steps that Transform Sibling Conflict into Sibling Camaraderie None of these have been as effective, efficient, and satisfying to me (or to them!) as the method described below, a family-friendly adaptation of Dominic Barter's award winning Restorative Circles, which go by many different names around the world and are called Micro-Circles in our family. What I love about the micro-circle method is that: (a) it is fast and present-oriented - usually 6-10 minutes (b) it is empowering for those involved - By engaging participants in hearing each other and creating their own solutions, you decrease both the sense of helplessness (we don't know how to solve this) - and powerlessness (we don't have choice in how things are gonna go) - which often result from having a third party (even a well-meaning one) be judge and jury to one's conflict. (d) it is another way to live what I now believe to be the Most Important Thing to Know About Conflict Your tools for this phase are: "What do you want Listener to know?" "Is that it?" Refusal to Speak or Reflect Meaning