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FAMILY & PARENTING
What is Family & Parenting? Welcome to the Family & Parenting section of All Things Healing. In this section you will find a collection of articles and videos themed around raising children, and, specifically, raising children who are conscious, compassionate and confident. Each month, we will feature a variety of postings that we feel support these ideals and that may help us to become better parents and caregivers.  Family & Parenting is All Things Healing’s online resource of natural and healthy parenting and natural and healthy families. For more information, visit us online today!

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(Asst. Editors: Carol Lawrence & Stacy Toten) Sherri Carter, MS, days are filled with the laughter of children, the cackling of chickens and a never ending pile of laundry. She&rsqu...
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Sherri Carter, MS
We are currently seeking a Co-Editor and/or Assistant Editor for this section. For more information please contact Sherri Carter at sherricarter@allthingshealing.com

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by Signe Whitson, LSW

What do the phrases “Nice job,” “Very funny,” and “That was clever” all have in common? Each statement in its literal form reads as socially appropriate praise, but in spoken word may more closely resemble caustic, verbal aggression...


Editor's Note: I wasn't quite sure how to talk to my husband about how sarcasm affects young people and then I read this great article on the topic. Whew! Now I'll just have him read this and then we can discuss how we can support each other and our family by removing the sarcasm from our daily lives.

 

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Editor's Note from Carol Lawrence and Stacy Toten: This is one of our top five most profound videos we have shared with our All Things Healing parenting audience, narrated by Oprah Winfrey. Watch as many times as you want and allow it to soak in.
Kahlil Gibran camptures how interconnected we are with our children and yet how individual they truly are. They are their own free thinking growing evolving spirits.

 

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“If I had my child to raise over again:
I’d build self-esteem first and the house later
I’d finger paint more and point the finger less..."

 

~ Diane Loomans

 

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by Cheryl Tallman

The original name of Thailand was Sukhothai, which means "Dawn of Happiness.” Without a doubt, sharing a Thai meal will bring this attitude of pleasure to your table. Preparing Thai food is quick and easy. Most recipes are cooked on a stovetop for a short period of time making Thai food ideal for weeknight dinners. Plus soups and curries can be made ahead of time, frozen and reheated for serving. Cooking a Thai meal will introduce your family to a new culture through a variety of flavors...

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by Kristina Chew
Cross-posted from www.Care2.com

Whether you’re honoring your dad in a waste-free way, cooking him something fresh and healthy to eat or just sitting down together to reminisce, here are some very cool dads — please note anyone else!...

 

Editor's Note: Great look at some very inspiring fathers who will amaze you!

 

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Editor's Note from Carol Lawrence and Stacy Toten: "When you teach children how to cook you feed them for a lifetime." ~ Kids Culinary Arts

Teaching children how to cook comes with many golden lifetime tools. They learn how to take care of themselves nutritionally, the importance of hygiene, math skills, social skills, science, the list could go on and on. Someday they will be cooking for their families.  By you teaching your children how to cook healthy at a young age they will have received the rock solid foundation on the benefits of "healthy" cooking and eating.

 

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Editor's Note from Carol Lawrence and Stacy Toten: Grab the kids and let's see if you can sit through this fun kids video without tapping your foot and smiling.

 

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by Genevieve Simperingham

Most parents of young children struggle to varying degrees with their child’s huge, and what can seem insatiable, need for their attention.  When our children are little, the demands on our time, energy and patience can feel so overwhelming...

 

Editor's Note: The importance of spending one on one time with our children is huge. Genevieve Simperingham reminds us of the incredible lessons our children learn when they see how important they are to us and that we find the time to fully engage in their lives. These moments will not only strengthen the parent/child bond but also lay the groundwork for them as they become adults and have their own families.

 

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by Traci McGrath

Last weekend, the boys went away with daddy for a trip to the park and I finally got our little rhythm chart done. It was so easy (it had to be, I am not crafty.) It’s made of watercolor paper, mod-podged onto an art canvas...

 

Editor's Note: Traci presents a great idea on creating a family rhythm chart. Let it inspire you and spark your creativity in developing your own families chart.

 

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by Genevieve Simperingham

A little melt my heart moment the other day that I thought I’d share. We sat at the dinner table to eat. My 16 year old son looking sad and disappointed apologized for burning the bottom of the omelette. His eleven year old sister quickly responded “it’s okay Osh we all learn from our mistakes all the time, I think the food looks great and I really appreciated you making it”...

 

Editor's Note: We all have moments of not being at peace. Reminders of centering ourselves and being conscious of where our minds are and what we are projecting are certainly helpful in making sure we get back to that peaceful state we all want to operate from.

 

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by Leslie Freeman

Tonight as we were putting the kids in bed, I was struggling with Koa, (2) who was not feeling well. He was fussy and having trouble calming down. Scott began reading stories in the bedroom and I was walking with Koa in the living room. Unfortunately Jude attached himself to my leg...

 

Editor's Note from Shelly Phillips:  Leslie Freeman writes about her real life experiences with her four young boys. I love her real and personal writing style and I think you'll enjoy getting a glimpse into her world as much as I do. My favorite part of this article is a quote from four year old Jude to his mom, "I wanted to hit you, but I did self control." Wow. I'm impressed.

 

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A Missing Key to Building Childrens Self-Esteem

by Sylvia Poareo

A client asks, “How can I help my child have good self esteem, when I don’t?”

The fact that she can recognize that this is a problem is the first step!  So often, parents, particularly those that have personal histories to heal, focus intensely on helping their children to have the confidence they don’t.  However, we cannot teach self-esteem.
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