This Week's Tweets

kolari thumbnailFor those of you who aren’t on Twitter (or just didn’t have the time this week), here are @Jenniferkolari’s tweets, including lots of great links and useful resources. Enjoy!

RT @ruralmoms: RT @babyfacts: 10 tips for successful fam vacation from Jennifer Kolari author of Connected #Parenting.http://bit.ly/al7jIj

RT @DeborahMersino: Transcript from 03.05 #gtchaton “Disciplining the #Gifted Child: Fallacies & Facts:http://bit.ly/9vjrGL

RT @DeborahMersino: Trans from noon/EST #gtchat “Creating Healthy Environment/Balance for #Gifted” http://bit.ly/c6LlWQ{scroll to 5pm/GMT}

RT @HappyHealthyHipTeens appreci8 parents who focus more on what they experience/learn/feel than achievement/performance via @americannanny

Thanks for the mentions! @ToughAct @baronwhite @bfscribner

TY! RT @Hip_M0M: My #FF recommendation: Author of Connected Parenting and Child & Family Therapist, @JenniferKolari (Plus, she’s Canadian!)

It absolutely will! RT @laughingatchaos: @Jenniferkolari Thx for the RT hon. No, it’s NOT easy. But it will pay off in the end. I hope.

Gr8 topics!! RT @DeborahMersino: The votes are in: “Disciplining the #Gifted Child: Fallacies & Facts” will be 7pm/EST#gtchat topic on Fri.

Congratulations @Stimeyhttp://www.stimeyland.com/2010/03/im-all-over-internet-but-mention-in.html

Congrats @DeborahMersino! And thank you for all the work you are doing!!! http://bit.ly/cyNZXx5 hours ago

Sensory Processing Disorder and the DSM http://bit.ly/cCRKyg via Twice-Exceptional Newsletter http://bit.ly/3Rf615

“Trying harder is impossible when you’re already trying as hard as you can. But you can always try different.” – Seth Godin

It’s not easy! RT @DeborahMersino: A tender, raw slice of liFe w/ #gifted#OE via @laughingatchaos |http://bit.ly/9luoJh #gtchat

Become a fan of Connected Parenting on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/Connected-Parenting/85667477170?ref=nf

Thx so much for the mentions! @PinkySparky @Triciadycka@Reward_Mall@denyseduhaime @bfscribner

@Heatmizer_626 Thanks for the shout out!

@projecthappy Thanks for the mention!

Thx for the mention! RT @ParentLearning: Jennifer Kolari Discusses Tantrums | Connected Parenting: http://bit.ly/bMYZTB via @addthis

Many thanks for the Beautiful Blogger Award Single Soccer Mom! http://mythirties.net/2010/03/02/beautiful-blogger-award/

RT @DeborahMersino: Parenting tweeps & educators: Vote for this week’s #gtchat topics.http://twtpoll.com/4duejr Please RT.

@jeliez Thanks!

@rijakk Thanks for the mention!

TY! RT @MADconsulting: Sending ENDLESS hugs to MANY @bfscribner @dahara@SoccerFan18 @Jenniferkolari @rijakk @jeliez @chem_w3 @denyseduhaime

Resources for my US tweeps who have kids with LDs http://nyti.ms/9zPO2C

Thx! RT @projecthappy: RT @happyhealthyhip: From Connected Parenting – Mirroring Monday “It’s Boring” Edition: http://ow.ly/16GJzc

Thx for the RT @MADconsulting: New Post: Seth Godin on Genius and Failure http://ow.ly/16HjND via @Jenniferkolari

Thanks for the mention! RT @HappyHealthyHip: This week, @JenniferKolari Discusses Tantrums: http://ow.ly/16GDkd #parenting

Thx for the RT @happyhealthyhip: From Connected Parenting – Mirroring Monday “It’s Boring” Edition: http://ow.ly/16GJzc

The Middle School Parenting Telesummit is coming soon! http://bit.ly/aZvNqi

@life_act Thanks for the RT!

More support for the power of a growth mindset http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/02/070207090949.htm

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