Thursday, April 26, 2018

Parenting Workshop: Oh Siblings!

July 10, 2011 by  
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“I secretly believed that sibling rivalry was something that happened to other people’s children. Somewhere in my brain lay the smug thought that I could outsmart the green-eyed monster by never doing any of the obvious things that all the other parents did to make their kids jealous of each other. I’d never compare, never take sides, never play favorites. If both boys knew they were loved equally, there might be a little squabble now and then, but what would they really have to fight about?

MASTER CLASS WITH RUTH BEAGLEHOLE: HUMAN SEXUALITY

June 22, 2011 by  
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MASTER CLASS WITH RUTH BEAGLEHOLE June 23rd, 2011 7:00pm—9:00pm SUPPORT THE HEALTHY DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN’S SENSUALITY $50 per person, $75 per couple REGARDLESS OF ABILITY TO PAY, Register online at: echoparenting.org by clicking on Registration Center or contact Azucena Ortiz at 213.484.6676 ext 311 or aortiz@echoparenting.org **Scholarships available. Support healthy sexuality, body image, and self […]

Hey, Guess What?? You Already ARE the Perfect Parent!!!

July 12, 2010 by  
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If you’re like me, you are your own worst critic. And there is no badge of honor in that, even though we have been brought up to believe it is so. You deserve the same “break” you are wanting your child to be given.

As Joseph Chilton Pearce says, “Your must be what you want your children to become.” Isn’t it a breathe of fresh air to know that being your authentic self is perfect?!!

10 Reasons to Seek Alternives to Public School for Your Child

March 30, 2010 by  
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by Jerry Mintz Many parents don’t realize that the education world has changed drastically since they were in school. Schools and class sizes used to be smaller, dropout rates lower, in-school violence almost unheard of, and teachers weren’t terrified of showing affection to their students, or of discussing moral values. Of course, even then, school […]