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When Kids Play Favourites

Monday, October 19th, 2009 | 1 Comment
A recent essay by “Neanderdad” on Lisa Belkin’s Motherlode explores what happens when a child favours one parent over the other. In Neanderdad’s case, his daughter suddenly insisted that Mommy do bedtime duty, even though it was the household practice to alternate nights read more »

Today’s Parent on Connected Parenting

Tuesday, October 6th, 2009 | 0 Comments
The November issue of Today’s Parent includes a fabulous article about the Connected Parenting book by Dafna Izenberg. In her Q&A with Jennifer Kolari, Izenberg explores key Connected Parenting concepts such as mirroring, keeping the right amount of tension in the rope read more »

Marsha Jacobson Reviews the Connected Parenting Book

Thursday, September 24th, 2009 | 0 Comments
Marsha Jacobson of mychildfeels.com posted a rave review of Connected Parenting: “Kolari exudes ‘realness’ both as a person and as a parent. … She shows us in clear and often touching ways that loving your child in ways that they feel lovable is empowering to read more »

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"Connected Parenting advises us not just how to parent, but—far more important—who to be as parents. The therapeutic methods suggested by Jennifer Kolari are based not on simple-minded behavioural solutions, but on building warm, nurturing relationships with our children, with insight and compassion not only for their little flaws, but also for our own larger ones."
—Gabor Maté, M.D.

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