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Mirroring Monday: The annoying little sister

Sunday, December 12th, 2010 | 1 Comment
A parent has been experiencing lots of fighting between her two children; a boy,(Peter) age 6 and a girl, (Amy) age 3.  The boy who previously was fairly good natured and co-operative especially before his younger sister was born has become extremely moody and aggressive. He read more »

Mirroring Monday – I Don’t Want to Go to Camp Edition

Monday, July 19th, 2010 | 1 Comment
Start the week off right with examples of mirroring from the team at Connected Parenting and share your own favorite mirroring moment in the comments below. This week’s Mirroring Moment is from Barbara Miller. Enjoy! A boy of 10 years old was very anxious about starting a read more »

Mirroring Monday – Practicing Guitar Edition

Monday, May 31st, 2010 | 0 Comments
Start the week off right with examples of mirroring from the team at Connected Parenting and share your own favorite mirroring moment in the comments below. This week’s Mirroring Moment is from Barbara Miller. Enjoy! A client was describing a situation with her 10 year old read more »

Mirroring Monday – Twin Sibling Rivalry Edition

Monday, March 29th, 2010 | 0 Comments
Start the week off right with examples of mirroring from the team at Connected Parenting. If you’re new to Connected Parenting and want to find out more about mirroring and the CALM method, check out this podcast by Jennifer Kolari (courtesy of Penguin Group USA). This read more »

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