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 @MarjieKnudsen: “It’s not what happens to you, but how you react to it that matters.”~Epictetus #quote

RT @alysonschafer: Parent Tip: Which child is likely to de-rail your outting today? Be proactive: start lovin them up, be engaged with them.

RT @sallywits: RT @Jenniferkolari: New Post: The Difference Between “Helicopter Parenting” & Attachment Parenting

Thanks for the mention @HappyMothering!

Thanks so much for the RT @RelevantMom!

RT @DeborahMersino: Complete Transcript from 03.12 #gtchat on Perfectionism: #gifted

The #Parenting Telesummit starts next Friday and runs from March 19-26. I’ll be on at 12EST on March 26. Sign up here!

RT @DeborahMersino: Partial Transcript from 03.12 #gtchat on Perfectionism {feed crashed at end/simply perfect!}

RT @DeborahMersino: Transcript from 03.12 #gtchat “Instilling Hope & Confidence in #Gifted Kids Today” {starts at 5:00}

Thanks for the mention @iClippy!

RT @iClippy Did you know that parents, yes PARENTS, can cause their own kids to get stressed out too? Unbelievable, right?!

Gr8 overview of Connected Parenting CALM method in this interview by Jennifer Kolari: Minimizing Tantrums by Mirroring

Thx! RT @happyhealthyhip: Connected Parenting offers support for your challenging child – @Hip_M0M

Congrats! RT @OhBabymagazine: Our new site is live!!!!

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