This Week’s Tweets

For 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!

Did you catch me on the Great Parenting Show with @jacquelinegreen? It’s not too late:

TY! Will do! RT @DrAngelAdams: @Jenniferkolari just ordered your bk to help parents I work with. Pls let me know if you are ever in London.

Thank you for the mentions! @sallywits @DrAngelAdams

RT @BornMarvels: Each day of our lives we make deposits in the memory banks of our children. ~Charles R. Swindoll

TY! RT @BornMarvels: How we communicate with our children changes how their brains develop. Interview w @Jenniferkolari

RT @SueScheff: Ellen has had enough: A voice against #bullying <Kudos to @Ellen_DeGeneres

@workingmothers Thanks for RT!

@DrLynneKenney Thank you for all the RTs!

RT @DeborahMersino: Trans from 10.01 noon #gtchat on Emotional Intensity with @chrstinef {Scroll to 4pm for start} TY!

All about the neurobiology of connection:

Thank you! RT @DrLynneKenney: @JenniferKolari Listening to your GPS really gr8 interview, tips and brain-based parenting. Love it. U Get It

Thx @jacquelinegreen! I had such fun today! RT: I’m excited to be interviewing Jennifer Kolari of Connected Parenting

Funny! RT @HappyHealthyHip: An Ode to My iPhone

LOVED this post by @studentsgrow about overcoming perfectionism and learning from mistakes!

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